Concord Monitor
| by Jordyn Haime

“Understanding the landscape that our students are going to be moving into, we knew that we needed to turbo-charge our efforts to ensure post-graduate success and really launch this initiative to make that happen,” Andy McGadney, vice president and dean of student advancement, said of Colby’s Pay it Northward initiative to the Concord Monitor for their story “In uncertain economy, colleges help students find jobs.” 

The article also asked if New Hampshire schools should initiate a similar program. “Every institution has a powerful network within their own right. They have alumni that have graduated and gone on and done great things. How can they create a real meaningful call to action to support their graduating seniors right now?” McGadney said.

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