Offered online as a self-paced certificate program!
In this self-paced certificate program, offered completely online, professional helpers, such as social workers, counselors, pastoral counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, and first responders will gain the knowledge necessary to practice in settings with military service members, veterans and their families.
Temple University Harrisburg is offering a 20-hour certificate program in clinical supervision. The program will prepare participants to provide clinical supervision to graduate level clinicians seeking licensure or professional development. Through the use of lecture, case method discussion, interactive journaling and reading, participants will examine developmental and relational models of supervision, with an emphasis on the parallel process of supervision. The course concludes with two supervision groups in which supervisory vignettes brought in by participants will be utilized to illustrate the theoretical constructs.
Now offered online via Zoom!
CHW-trained staff are a valuable addition to agencies dedicated to improving individual and community health outcomes. Staff using CHW skills are often already connected to the community they plan to serve and may share important cultural bonds such as ethnicity, language, sexual orientation, gender identity, socioeconomic status or other life experiences with members.
This is a 10-week business plan development certificate program designed in collaboration with Temple University’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC to provide aspiring business and nonprofit entrepreneurs with the tools and information needed to create a professional business plan. The course covers all the basics you need to know to start a small business or nonprofit venture as well as grow an existing one.
Temple Harrisburg in partnership with Fundraising Master Trainer, Chad Barger, CFRE, is offering a 10-week certificate program to help you take your fundraising initiative to the next level. Learn the basics of fundraising with this immersive self-paced certificate course that utilizes two virtual sessions and 8 online modules to assess your knowledge on your journey to earning the FCP Certificate.
This certificate program will cover the basics of grant seeking and writing, enabling anyone with an interest in getting started on the grant writing process. It will also help experienced academic researchers, nonprofit organizations, and freelance writers to write grants more confidently and improve their grant-writing outcome. The Grant Writing Certificate Program will provide all individuals with an opportunity to learn and practice skills in developing successful proposals to obtain external funding. Our flexible schedule with a morning and an evening option allows you to choose what is best for your personal and professional schedule!
HOOT (Healing Ourselves Outdoors Together) is a great way for families to start exploring outdoor recreation in a safe, supported way. Join other families who are also new to the outdoors. We’ll meet once a month for three months, starting at home on Zoom and getting progressively more adventurous together!
This certificate program focuses on cultivating an understanding and development of interrelated skills that are fundamental to non-profit management. Through the program modules, you will develop knowledge of and practices for: Theoretical and practical applications of organizational and planning theories and models; inter-organizational relationships and functions of public, private and non-profit organization and human resources. Special emphasis is given to organizational vision, multitasking, and innovation in a dynamic environment.
Interested in learning about Politics and Government? Join Temple University Harrisburg OWLS in Government Summer Camp. During our two week camp, youth will explore and learn details about how state and local government functions. Students will also participate in mock debates and meet local and state representatives.
*This program is open to high school students, grades 9 - 12.
Individuals who are interested in becoming Personal Care Home Administrators in Pennsylvania can take the required 100 Hour program. According to statute PA 55 Section 2600.64 (a)(2) regarding administrator training and orientation: Prior to initial employment as an administrator a candidate shall successfully complete a 100 hour standardized Department approved administrator training course.
This course is designed to help prepare current high school students for college. Students will be provided with a syllabus for the course, and will learn strategies for managing the course load and completing assignments. Tips will be given for time management, study skills, college preparation and on how to set yourself up for a successful academic school year.
Temple University Harrisburg is a national leader in the field of strengths-based practice demonstrated through our Strengths-based Family Worker Training and Credentialing program and our popular Strengths-based Leadership Certificate programs. Credentialed Strengths-based Family Workers are an asset to the workforce and agencies who are committed to improving outcomes for families and communities. Through competency-based curriculum, workers will acquire the knowledge and skills that help to develop an empowerment mindset, which in turn increases their ability to empower their families and improve services to their communities.
This flexible certificate program provides supervisors, managers, directors and emerging leaders with an opportunity to learn and practice skills leading to a more empowered workplace. Leaders may choose to attend just the workshops that interest them or sign up for the complete certificate program. Participants who attend all five workshops, complete a final project, and present the project at a sixth meeting will receive Temple University Harrisburg’s Strengths-based Leadership Certificate.
Understanding and Battling the Disease of Addiction is a one-hour e-learning series and is comprised of three modules, each module is 20 minutes in length and will focus on and incorporate elements of disease education, stigma reduction, and motivational interviewing strategies.