The student MOA measures the factors that affect the “availability” of students to redirect their careers and join a Chi Alpha CMIT program after graduation.
Historically, Chi Alpha ministries have produced more interns per capita at colleges/universities with less rigorous academic cultures and a high level of residential housing. The MOA formula uses data from existing CMIT programs and their campuses (2010–2015). It demonstrates a strong relationship between the campus environment and overall numbers in an internship.
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