|Featured Media Post: Why 30 Is Not the New 20
There are 15 million 20-somethings in the United States. That's 15% of the US population! According to clinical psychologist Meg Jay, the 20s are not a developmental downtime, but a developmental "sweet spot." The "benign neglect" of this formative phase in life, by some, is a real problem with real consequences. In this engaging TEDtalk, Dr. Jay explains why the 20s is the "defining decade" and what steps young adults can take to "claim their adulthood."
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|Featured Expert Interview
Help Students Transition to College by Hosting a Panel Discussion
This past weekend I presented the College Transition Seminar for the Black Rock Church in Fairfield, CT. Over lunch, the seminar featured a panel discussion with current college students. The conversation was rich. It got me thinking... a college student panel is a simple thing to do and it can make a big difference in the lives of soon-to-be college students...
Read the rest of Derek's post here.
Other blog posts from Derek:
One Life: Gap Year Program Interview
Dallas Willard and the Kingdom of God: A Tribute
Finding Christian Community: 5 Ways to Help Students Connect
Admission: 3-D Movie Review
The Slow Fade: Why You Matter in the Story of 20-Somethings