ConsultingIncrease your program's effectiveness and efficiency.
- Program Review
- Compliance Audit
- Strategic Plan Development
- Athletics & Enrollment Management
AssessmentUnderstand your student-athletes' needs.
- Focus Groups
- Survey Services
- Outcomes-based Planning
NCAA MembershipNavigating the Division III membership process.
- Division III Application
- Provisional Process Support
- Self-study Facilitation / Review
Exceptional workshop facilitators take time to 'know' their audience and nuance the program content and format accordingly. I am extremely impressed with the time Mark put into preparing for the Midwest Conference Integration Workshop -- it definitely resulted in a quality day and a half experience for the members of our league.
I have attended many seminars over the years on many different topics. I tend to judge them on several different levels. These levels would include: content, delivery, and pace of the seminar. I believe that this Integration Seminar was successful on all three levels. My only wish is that it could have lasted longer. The topics were interesting and exciting, and we could have used additional time to get into them a little more deeply within our small groups. I would recommend this seminar to other institutions with no hesitation!
Mark is unquestionably an exceptional individual. Everything Mark does suggests he would enhance the goals and objectives of your organization. I highly recommend the engagement of Mark Majeski.
Mark is an individual of strong work ethic and personal conviction with unwavering values and unquestioned integrity. He is a firm believer in the significant role athletics plays on campus, and he helps institutions discover ways to maximize its value.
I would recommend this process to any program that cares about its student-athlete experience. Mark’s knowledge and background working with collegiate student-athletes produced feedback that will help us be successful moving forward.
This workshop is one of the best I have been to in terms of sharing/gathering information, brainstorming, and developing a plan to move forward. It doesn't send you home with a ton of new work to do, but rather challenges you to evaluate and improve things you already do on your campus to improve integration.
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