The Arts & Humanities in the 21st Century Workplace advocacy initiative is launching a new Volunteer Program. If you are interested in becoming an Advocate Volunteer and adding your voice to the international conversation on the applicability of the Arts and Humanities to any professional field, consider applying for this opportunity.
To participate and contribute at least three pieces a year toward this project through the writing of blogs, the conducting of interviews, the creation of videos or podcasts, or the sharing of extracts or quotes, send along an email outlining your interest in becoming a Volunteer!
All individuals and ideas are welcome.
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The Arts and Humanities in the 21st Century Workplace is directed by Christine Henseler of Union College, NY. The featured blogs, extracts, and quotes are meant to provide concrete examples and further dialogue about the applicability of the Arts and Humanities in all professional fields.
On these pages you will discover that deep and thoughtful learning in literature, art, classics, history, philosophy, languages, music, theatre, and more, has lasting and positive effects on a person’s professional future as well as on global economic competitiveness, civic engagement, ethical responsibility, innovation, exploration, knowledge building and understanding.
This site is meant to further an open dialogue in support of the Arts and Humanities, and it is our hope that you will add your voice to this collaborative work and place a link of this site on your own websites.
With special thanks to Miriam Frost Jungwirth for her vision and knowledge in building the website, to Matt Frost for the thoughtful and attractive logo design, and to Susan Frost for her collaboration, public relations expertise and belief in the project since its inception. With deep gratitude to Union College for its financial support of this project.
Want to contribute? Please contact Christine Henseler at firstname.lastname@example.org