Van Dusen, Donna
College for Professional Studies
School of Management
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
Manhattan Christian College (MCC) has been educating, equipping, and enriching Christian leaders for over 75 years. An important part of that training process has been the academic internship program, now titled the "Directed Field Experience" (DFE). The program has encountered a period of complacency, which has some participants questioning the effectiveness of the current internship program. This action research project used questionnaires, both online and in personal interviews and focus groups, with students and DFE supervisors to identify areas of potential improvement. Potential interventions include refined definitions, communicating earlier in the process with supervisors, and developing a DFE website.
Date of Award
© Jeffrey G. Davis
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Davis, Jeffrey G., "The Internship Program At Manhattan Christian College: The Problem Of Continued Improvement" (2005). All Regis University Theses. 760.