The Teaching English as a Second Language concentration is an exciting world offering many possibilities to explore. Do you have a heart for missions but don’t know where to start? TESL will get you there. Doors are open all over the world for ESL (English as a Second Language) teachers; even countries that are closed
Written by Davis College Men’s Basketball Coach Dan Rathmell 1. How you represent yourself and the team is the most important thing. At Davis College, we play mostly secular schools and our testimony is under the watchful eye of every opposing fan and opposing team. We look at it as an opportunity and a privilege
It’s undeniable that technology is becoming a bigger and bigger part of our everyday life. We’re on our smartphones, tablets and laptops during most of our waking time. Davis College tries hard to keep up with our changing times, and for this reason, we incorporate technology into our classrooms and our teaching methods. Watch the
There are many different pieces to a college application. Transcripts, courses taken, ACT/SAT scores, extra-curricular activities and even community involvement. Which of these are weighted most highly, though? Take a look at what admission counselors across the country say. Did anything surprise you? Did pieces stand out that you didn’t think would be so important?
Here’s a look at some events coming up in April that we are excited about: April 13th | JJ Heller and Audrey Assad in concert Time: 7:00 – 9:00 PM Doors Open: 6:30 PM Location: Lowe Hall in Chatlos-Davis Building on the campus of Davis College, 400 Riverside Drive, Johnson City, NY 13790 Tickets: $15