Your Support Inspires Social Interest In Action
The Adler Graduate School is a 501(c)3 which prepares mental health professionals and leaders in helping people change their lives. We work within the dynamic communities of the Twin Cities, Minnesota, our country, and the world by addressing a wide range of needs related to the mental health and well-being of individuals, couples, families, and organizations.
The excellence of our students has been a great asset to the community. We hear from individuals and communities far and wide how much our alums impact the communities in which they live. Yet, the truth is, attending college is getting increasingly challenging and our future students need your help. With simple donations from our alumni, community partners, and friends, we can make a difference for the next generation of aspiring mental health professionals.
Founders Spirit Fund
The Founders Spirit Fund at Adler Graduate School is a tribute to the visionary founders who, in 1967, built the institution on the pillars of Adlerian psychology and social change. This fund not only symbolizes their lasting impact on counseling in Minnesota and beyond, but also champions the next wave of mental health professionals who reflect the Adlerian tenets of empathy, equality, and community. Actively supporting faculty growth, scholarships, and community outreach programs, the fund ensures Adler Graduate School’s stability, longevity, and continued relevance and service in the field and to the communities our graduates serve, ensuring the legacy of the founders thrives for years to come.
Social Interest in Action Fund
In a world constantly reshaped by cultural and societal shifts, the fund emphasizes innovative Adlerian-inspired solutions to address contemporary challenges. Supporting programming and community engagement projects that not only respond to the emerging cultural and societal shifts but also empower mental health professionals to adapt and thrive in this dynamic landscape. With AGS’s advanced online programs, we extend training to therapists who serve rural and remote areas, profoundly impacting these communities. By endorsing such forward-thinking projects, we prepare quality mental health professionals to serve all types of communities, anywhere, ensuring communities adapt, flourish, and prosper.
I.D.E.A. Diversity Scholarship Fund
The I.D.E.A. Diversity Scholarship Fund at Adler Graduate School underscores our dedication to inclusivity, diversity, equity, and accessibility. Aimed at aiding individuals from marginalized groups achieve their professional goals, it enriches learning while simultaneously enhancing diversity in mental health fields. Along with financial support, this fund champions those with firsthand experiences of marginalization, by supporting dedicated mentorship and fostering a community committed to societal justice. As we support these changemakers, we pave the way for a world anchored in understanding, empathy, and social justice.
Capital Improvement/Building Fund
The Capital Improvement/Building Fund supports ongoing capital improvements to Adler Graduate School’s physical facility and technology, and contributes to accelerating retiring the mortgage to our Minnetonka campus.
AGS continues to teach and embody Adler’s theory and its graduates provide services to populations that are often under-served or excluded from services all together. Help them continue their work through your financial support.
As a graduate of Adler Graduate School, I joined the AGS Alumni Association to participate in their professional development (Institute) training which provides CEU credits at reduced prices. The classes were excellent and were presented by knowledgeable instructors. This gave me an opportunity for productive networking, information about new research in my field and above all, a sense of community with other AGS graduates, students and staff.
MA, Clinical Psychology
As an Adler alum and practicing MFT, I am extremely grateful to AGS for sponsoring continuing education opportunities. The topics are timely, varied, and educational – and the credits are affordable. PLUS, Ev has already done the time-consuming job of obtaining the CEs from the various Boards. THANK YOU!!!
MA, Marriage and Family
If you have any questions or would like to designate an online donation to a specific program of choice, please contact our President, Solange Ribeiro at (612)-861-7554 or Solange.Ribeiro@alfredadler.edu.
Adler Graduate School is a 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.