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Mentoring program boosts Furman students

David Ellison '72 has helped many Furman students find internships. (Photo courtesy of Greenville Business Magazine)

David Ellison, a 1972 Furman graduate and a longtime member of the Furman Board of Trustees, speaks with Greenville Business Magazine about how the university is striving to provide an array of experiential learning opportunities to every student. “A liberal arts education is evolving at Furman,” Ellison said. “The Furman Advantage allows students to graduate with a broad education: they can collaborate, they can communicate well, and are broad in their thinking and ability to grow in their profession.”

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