Springfield College Partners with CHD to Offer Employee Grants

Springfield College has partnered with the Center for Human Development (CHD) in providing employee grants to full and part-time employees of the CHD who are enrolled in either undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, or certificate of advanced graduate study programs at Springfield College. Employees of the CHD can receive an employee grant for each degree pursued at the College.

Springfield College has a history of partnering with the CHD in hosting community events on the campus.

 

Springfield College has partnered with the Center for Human Development (CHD) in providing employee grants to full and part-time employees of the CHD who are enrolled in either undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, or certificate of advanced graduate study programs at Springfield College. Employees of the CHD can receive an employee grant for each degree pursued at the College.

The employee grants have been established by Springfield College to support CHD employees being educated for leadership in service to others. Students must provide employment information to confirm their eligibility.

In addition to the employee grants, students may also be eligible to have prior learning evaluated for college credit. Credits may be awarded as transfer credits for completed and approved trainings and certifications or through a prior learning assessment portfolio process as outlined in the College’s experiential learning handbook.

Springfield College has a history of partnering with the CHD in hosting community events on the campus and for programs that have provided experiential learning opportunities for Springfield College students. In collaborating with the CHD and program participants, Springfield College students have gained career-focused experiences. Check out springfield.edu/chd for more information.

For decades, CHD has been fully committed to the health and wellness of the disabled population and the CHD staff is dedicated to providing creative thinking and personal service that helps their clients find individual success by emphasizing what they can do.

Founded in 1972, CHD is a nonprofit, CARF-accredited organization providing a broad range of high quality, community-oriented human services to 17,000 children, adolescents, adults, and families each year. The organization is dedicated to promoting, enhancing and protecting the dignity and welfare of people in need. www.chd.org

Springfield College is an independent, nonprofit, coeducational institution founded in 1885. Approximately 4,100 students, including 2,500 full-time undergraduate students, study at its main campus in Springfield, Mass., and at its regional campuses across the country. Springfield College inspires students through the guiding principles of its Humanics philosophy – educating in spirit, mind, and body for leadership in service to others.