All Kinds of News for January 12, 2022
Orem, UT: The Arise Society is excited to announce the restructuring of their administrative team, beginning with Steve Roth, who was hired as Program Director in June of 2021. Since taking over, Steve has re-energized the administrative team at The Arise Society by promoting long-time employees to positions that utilize their strengths and passions. Steve has worked in the therapeutic field for 8 years and has also earned his Master’s in Social Work from Tel-Aviv University in Israel.
Steve is excited by The Arise Society’s unique therapeutic model, which bridges the gap from the classic inpatient treatment that their clients have undergone, to individual independence and sustainable success in college life.
Zachary Pope, a long-time mentor, and tutor continues on as Academic Director of The Arise Society. Zachary has already drastically improved the academic success of the student body since taking over the position earlier this year. He provides one-on-one tutoring sessions and implements a study hall program that allows Arise students to receive the help and attention they need to be successful in college.
Brett Lowry, who has been with The Arise Society as a mentor and administrative intern, has been promoted to the position of Logistics Coordinator since completing his bachelor’s degree from Utah Valley University in Community Health Organization. Brett has already begun implementing an employee wellness program, designed to help all employees of The Arise Society achieve a balanced and healthy life outside of work.
Andrew Jones, who has served as a mentor and a lead mentor at The Arise Society, has been promoted to the position of Assistant Program Director. Andrew is the longest-tenured employee with the organization and is thrilled to help continue to coach both Arise employees and students to improve their communication and feedback skills.
About the Arise Society
The Arise Society helps young adults transition into independent college life by engaging them in a vibrant community where they receive individualized therapeutic, academic, and social support. The college experience is a real-life setting that brings relevance to and helps students move on from, social and emotional issues that they have struggled with in the past. The Arise Society empowers and coaches students on their journey toward independence. Visit www.thearisesociety.com or call admissions at (801) 300-9995.