January 19, 2007
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Washington, DC. and Maryville, Tenn. –
Maryville College students, faculty and staff participated in the 2007 American Humanics Management Institute (AHMI), a nonprofit management educational symposium, January 3-6, in Washington, DC. Maryville College was well represented by the Campus’ American Humanics Program Director, Cole Piper, and the following student participants: Nathan Barrett ‘08, Catherine Culbertson ‘09, Keith Edmonds ‘07, Dallas Flint ‘09, Crystal Harper ‘08, Andrew Petelka ‘10, Thomas Russell ‘07, and RaeKenya Walker ‘09.
More than 580 American Humanics students and faculty, as well as more than 300 nonprofit and corporate leaders, took part in this unique opportunity to network, participate in simulated case studies and a national collegiate dialogue, and attend workshops led by local and national experts in nonprofit management.
The purpose of the annual Management Institute is to expose junior and senior students to experiences they will encounter as youth and human service agency professionals. This unique educational symposium is considered the capstone professional development experience for students enrolled in the American Humanics nonprofit management program. It is held annually during the first week in January and rotates to a different city each year.
Keynote speakers included David Eisner, CEO, the Corporation for National and Community Service; Diana Aviv, President and CEO, Independent Sector; and Ralph Smith, Executive Vice President, the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
American Humanics is a national alliance of colleges, universities, and nonprofit organizations that prepares and certifies college students for professional careers in youth and human service agencies. American Humanics is affiliated with more than 75 colleges and universities nationwide including Maryville College, and partners with more than 50 national nonprofit organizations including the YMCA, the March of Dimes, and Boy Scouts of America.
For more information on AHMI visit www.humanics.org.
Maryville College is ideally situated in Maryville, Tenn., between the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Knoxville, the state‘s third largest city. Founded in 1819, it is the 12th oldest institution of higher learning in the South and maintains an affiliation with the Presbyterian Church (USA). Known for its academic rigor and its focus on the liberal arts, Maryville is where students come to stretch their minds, stretch themselves and learn how to make a difference in the world. Total enrollment for the fall 2012 semester was 1,093.