EF

Everette Fortner

Lecturer
Unit: Student Affairs
Department: Office of University Career Services
Office location and address
1815 Stadium Rd
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
Peace Corps Professional Campus Recruitment Services 8.1.21 ¿ 7.31.26
Source: The Department of the Interior, Interior Business
August 01, 2021 – July 31, 2022
Institutional Readiness: Internship and Work-Based Learning Title: The Next Level of Integrating Academic and Experiential Learning
Source: State Council Of Higher Education(Schev)
April 01, 2020 – September 30, 2021
2019 AmeriCorps VISTA Recruitment Support Application
Source: Corporation for National and Community Service
September 30, 2019 – June 30, 2021
ELA 1559: New Course in Engaging the Liberal Arts
Credits: 1–3
Courses on variable topics that will help students adjust and adapt to college and learn about the many resources and opportunities available to them as they pursue their liberal arts degree.
LPPL 2100: The Resilient Student: Transition, Thriving, and Leadership
Credits: 3
The adjustment from HS to college is filled with turbulent transitions and with opportunities for discovery, growth, and development of critical life skills. Course focuses on development of broad skills to create fulfilling lives and successful careers after college, especially in 4 areas: (1) development of emotional resilience skills, (2) development of life management skills, (3) intro to leadership concepts, and (4) establishment of small communities of students.
GBUS 8500: Special Topics Seminar
Credits: 2–3
Each seminar is a course of study for students with special interests in business administration topics not currently included in the normal course offerings of the MBA Program. The seminar topics should be consistent with the objectives of the Second Year Program.