Viewing stories about students
The Walt Disney Company selected two King’s students for the Spring 2014 Disney College Program, a work study opportunity described as a “living, learning, and earning” college experience.
Houses are student-led and mission-driven communities that support, encourage, and develop the student body.
PPE major Carly Hoilman (class of 2015) discusses her career goals and current internship.
Incorporating a theology of work into the King’s experience will ensure that the college isn’t just a place where students learn great ideas, but also a place where they start to learn about the calling God has for them and clear Biblical principles relating to work and leadership.
Over the past weeks, I’ve reflected much on the Fall 2013 semester. In my estimation, it was one of the most successful since our refounding in 1999.
Class of ’14 student Maddie Whitlock discusses her internship at Brooks Brothers and future career goals.
Class of ’13 student Elizabeth Ferguson discusses her work as a copy editor at The New York Post.
Class of ’14 student Allyson Philobos discusses her internship at 20th Century Fox and Indian Paintbrush and gives advice to current King’s students.
At The King’s College, we call students to confront. But if we confront in a judgmental spirit, we miss the boat. If kindness—mercy, love—is left out of the equation, we become a noisy gong, a clanging symbol.
One of the most anticipated events every school year is the Red and Green Affair, hosted the Houses of Lewis and Thatcher. This year, student leaders in both houses decided to “up the ante” for this year’s Affair on December 7.