We're here to make waves in the education industry. For far too long, the standard of learning has been the lecture. The inherent trouble is that people learn in the silence, in the space in between the words. We learn through discovery. Collegiate Empowerment is a new kind of school where students, professionals, educators, campuses, and our own facilitators experience a new kind of education.
You see, empowerment doesn't happen during a lecture and it doesn't truly happen in a classroom. It happens when we experience significant emotional events that inspire us to break the mold and follow our vision. We value Higher Education and believe it can do even more for the future of the human race.
OUR VISION is a world in which college students get what they want and need so they graduate with a sense of purpose and live with a sense of meaning. Come on, jump in with us. Let's make some waves.
WHAT OTHERS LIKE YOU ARE SAYING...
"Thank you for today, it truly was empowering and energizing, as were the past almost three whole years with you as our leadership facilitator. Your seminars and workshops and help have made an incredible impact on my student life and personal life."
— Kaitlyn Maloney, student leader
"Being a Student Affairs professional requires so much more than planning events or attending meetings. Our true passion is for our students. Sometimes it feels like we are the only ones fighting for our students. As a professional, I now know what it feels like to have a team of people support me. Collegiate Empowerment is always rooting for the Student Affairs professionals. You have made it possible for my students to engage in an experience that I thought they almost lost. From the bottom of my heart, I thank you for your consideration, compassion, and dedication. Without you, their experience would not be possible. To the Collegiate Empowerment team, you guys are simply the best!"
— Karissa Merkel, Assistant Director of Student Leadership & Engagement
Georgian Court University
"Collegiate Empowerment was exactly what we needed to kick off our new structure for our student organization retreat. Our students were engaged and really connecting with what Joe had to say. They left the presentation with a rejuvenated passion for what they do and why they are doing it!"
— Daphney Alston, Assistant Director of Clubs & Organizations
Southern Connecticut State University
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- Sep 19, 2015 There Is No Free Time
- Jul 15, 2015 Why Motivational Speakers Are Outdated
- May 25, 2015 Childhood Miseducation
- May 20, 2015 What's Your Real GPA?
- May 20, 2015 You Can't Lead Others Until You First Lead Yourself
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- Aug 27, 2015 The (in)Glamorous Life Of An Edutainer
- Unstrategies 2
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