Dr. Jane Finn
Ready for Life is a program designed to provide opportunities for academic, social, and transitional experiences to students with developmental disabilities in higher education that otherwise might not be obtainable. A three-part research project has been initiated that discovers the perceptions of this unique program from the perspective of (a) Hope College student tutors, (b) Ready for Life participants, and (c) Hope College professors. This particular qualitative study reports on the Hope College volunteer tutors discernment of this program that focuses on responsibility of the Hope College tutors, time spent in the program, activities performed, and attitudes of these volunteers.
Repository citation: Cress, Kaitlin and Hillman, Alyssa, "Mentors' Perceptions of the Ready for Life Program: An Inclusion Program at Hope College" (2014). 13th Annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Performance (2014). Paper 57.
April 11, 2014. Copyright © 2014 Hope College, Holland, Michigan.