ADP gives $50,000 towards a Women’s Leadership Academy and education scholarships

ADP recently gave $50,000 to support a Women’s Leadership Academy and experiential education scholarships.

Women’s Leadership Academy

  • The Hull College Women’s Leadership Academy will empower a community of career-focused young women to learn, lead and achieve. Building upon the existing AU Leadership Certificate program for undergraduate students, the Hull College Women’s Leadership Academy will be available to all majors interested in business or entrepreneurship and will be composed of co-curricular programming. Since this is a new program, participation is projected to consist of 10-15 students with the expectation to grow the program each year by 5-10 students.
  • The program will consist of leadership assessments, experiential activities, assigned readings and reflections, company visits and networking opportunities. The program will also award scholarships to a select number of academy graduates to continue their leadership development through mentoring, additional training and service learning projects. ADP associates will be invited to participate in the development and implementation of the programs based on their availability and desire to participate.

Experiential Education Scholarships

  • Recognizing the importance of professional development and applied learning, scholarships will be provided to support Hull College students with completing experiential education activities. This will include undergraduate research, study abroad and unpaid internships.
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