Messitte in Metro: Graduates Need to Collaborate
In a recent article published by the online publication Metro Ripon College President Zach Messitte was asked to provide his input on the top things college graduates will need to take with them into the professional world.
Messitte, just concluding his first year as Ripon’s president, discussed the value of group projects and understanding teammates and co-workers of every variety.
To read the entire article click here: The Top Three Things Graduates Need to Know
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