Resources for the Washington DC area      
             
 
 

Universities and Colleges

District of Columbia

American University

The Catholic University of America

Gallaudet University

GW students did energy audits, working with Weatherize D.C.

George Washington University

Georgetown University

James Ward and his family were homeless. When Jessica Sutherland, a volunteer at a shelter learned James had been accepted to Howard University, she set up an online fundraising campaign. Now, together, they are raising funds to help others follow the same path, helping homeless and at-risk students escape poverty through education.

Howard University

Potomac College

Strayer University

Trinity College

University of the District of Columbia

Washington Theological Union

Wesley Theological Seminary

 

Maryland

Anne Arundel Community College

College of Southern Maryland

Johns Hopkins University

Loyola College in Maryland (Jesuit)

Montgomery College

Prince George's Community College

St. Mary's College

Tai Sophia Institute for the Healing Arts is now the Maryland University of Integrative Health

University of Maryland  The Maryland Transfer Advantage Program helps you transfer from one of four Maryland community colleges.

 

 

 

Virginia

The Arts Institute (Arlington campus)

DeVry University

ECPI College of Technology (Dulles campus)

Everest College (Arlington and Tysons campuses)

George Mason University (Mason Tops US News List of Schools to WatchNOVA and GMU have made transfering after 2 years as simple as possible.


The George Washington University Virginia Campus

Gibbs College

Marymount University

Northern Virginia Community College  NOVA and GMU have made transfering after 2 years as simple as possible.

Parks College (Arlington and Tysons Corner campuses)

Potomac College

Regent University

Strayer University

Stratford College

TESST College of Technology (Alexandria campus)

University of Northern Virginia

Virginia Commonwealth University Northern Virginia  Campus (The School of Social Work)

Virginia Tech's Northern Virginia Center

Virginia Theological Seminary

Washington-Alexandria Architecture Center (The College of Urban Studies, Virginia Tech)

 

 

 

   

 

 

Learn about veterinary technician programs in:

Maryland

Virginia

 

 


 




  

 

 

The Seven Intentions of Values-Centered Leadership from the Saltwater Institute founded by Tom Chappell of Tom's of Maine

image courtesy Tom's of Maine

1 Connect With Goodness
Learn to connect with goodness as a source of wisdom and strength and way to connect with each other.

2 Know Thyself, Be Thyself
Gain a greater understanding of your own values, beliefs, and gifts and how they can be used more effectively toward your purpose.

3Envision Your Destiny
See how your gifts, beliefs, and values correlate to a meaningful purpose in life.

4 Seek Counsel
Recognize the value in asking others for advice with intention, and practice listening and guiding.

5 Venture Out
Discover how your imagination is the source for creative and effective solutions, and understand that the courage to risk is essential to values-centered leadership.

6 Assess
Understand that you are accountable for your choices, and learn that assessment is an ongoing disciplined process.

7 Pass It On
Share your learning with others.

 







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