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Webinar: Using Volunteer and Work Experience Toward a College Degree

Wednesday, January 20, 2016   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Laura Kazanovicz
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AmeriCorps Programs and AmeriCorps Alums,


We are happy to announce our partnership with DePaul University’s School of New Learning (SNL) to offer trainings to you and your Members. We would like to invite your Members, volunteers, and you to learn more about how you can apply your volunteer training and experience toward credit for an undergraduate or graduate degree.


Free Webinar Invitation:

To learn more, please join us for: Getting Credit Where Credit is Due: Using Volunteer and Work Experience Toward a College Degree


Thursday, February 18

Noon – 1PM Central Time


Webinar registration link:


Please find below more information about SNL.


One of DePaul University’s 10 colleges, the School for New Learning is internationally acclaimed as a leader in educating adults. SNL offers innovative competence and course-based undergraduate and graduate degree programs designed to meet the needs of working adults, and to leverage their professional experience for college-level learning credit. SNL lets students combine the practical and the imaginative to satisfy their goals and dreams in an education that is self-directed.


With six undergraduate and three graduate programs from which to choose, you can find the right fit for you and accelerate your degree completion plans by combining your volunteer and/or other work experience with engaging on-site and online courses.


                    Accelerate time to degree and cut cost.

                    Career-focused learning.

                    Scholarships are available.

                    Flexible and customizable.

                    Learn from practicing professionals.

                    Supportive environment.


To learn more about the School for New Learning, visit  


If you would like to discuss how your volunteer, life and work experience can be applied toward your degree prior to the webinar, please contact:


                    Roni Buckley (Undergraduate Programs)

                    Sarah Hellstrom (Graduate Programs)

            •                    Or Call (312) 362-8001