Engaging College Men

 

Engaging College Men: Discovering What Works and Why (Edited by Gar Kellom and Miles Groth) is a ground-breaking collection of essays by mentors of college men and high school boys on what works to increase their engagement as citizens and participants in the common good. Sponsored by the Lilly Endowment, Engaging college Men presents a variety of programs at fourteen colleges and universities and select high schools and reports on their widely differing ways of guiding men to vocational discernment and a sense of purpose in life. As enrollments of men in college decline, this book is essential reading for college services administrators, teachers, and counselors who are committed to involving males in academic life and service to the community.

978-1-931342-28-5 (paperback) / 978-1-931342-29-2 (cloth) / 978-1-931342-30-8 (e-book)

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