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April 2014

Wednesday, 4/23/2014

Rehabilitation Counseling MA/CAGS Info Session
5:30 PM-6:30 PM Kennedy Memorial Hall/Public Safety, 108
Interested in a career focused on helping people? Join Program Director, Lee Pearson and Graduate Studies representatives to learn more about the program, the application process, and why it is recognized as one of the top 50 programs in the nation by U.S. News.

RSVP at http://graduate.assumption.edu/events/rehabilitation-counseling-ma-cags-information-session

What is a Rehabilitation Counselor?
Rehabilitation counselors assist individuals with physical, mental, developmental, cognitive, and emotional disabilities to Achieve their personal, career and independent living goals in the most integrated setting possible.

They engage in a counseling process which includes communication, goal setting, and beneficial growth or change through self-advocacy, psychological, vocational, social and behavioral interventions.

Utilize many different techniques and modalities, including assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning, counseling, case management, and advocacy to modify environmental and attitudinal barriers, placement-related services, and utilization of rehabilitation technology (CRCC).
For more information, e-mail graduate@assumption.edu or call 508-767-7387.

Saturday, 4/26/2014

Colleges of Worcester Consortium Joint Choral Concert
3:00 PM-5:00 PM Mechanics Hall, 321 Main Street, Worcester, MA - $15 Regular Admission, $10 Student and Senior Admission, available through Mechanics Hall and at the box office the day of the concert.
The choirs of the Colleges of Worcester Consortium present their triennial joint choral concert. Participating choruses are from Assumption College, Clark University, College of the Holy Cross, WPI, and Worcester State College. Every three years the college choruses join together to present a choral masterwork with a professional orchestra and soloists at Mechanics Hall, Worcester's most historic and acoustically perfect venue, This year's Masterwork is the Requiem by French composer Maurice Durufle.
This years conductor will be Dr. Christie Nigro, Professor of Music at Worcester State University. Soloists will be Erika Hennings, mezzo-soprano, and Rene de la Garza, bass. Featured organist will be Abraham Ross, organ scholar at the College of the Holy Cross.
The program is open to the public. Tickets are $15 regular admission, $10 students and seniors, available through Mechanics Hall and at the box office the day of the concert.
For more information, e-mail mgraveli@assumption.edu or call 508-767-7386.

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