Enrolling at the university’s Harrisburg campus is a great way to start your career as a Temple Owl. First-year Klein College students can enroll in a full-time schedule designed to meet Temple’s general education requirements while introducing you to fields of study in the areas of media and communication.
(Above from left to right - Temple Harrisburg campus director, Link Martin, Judge Glenda Hatchett, Temple University Vice Provost, Vicki Lewis McGarvey.)
More information coming soon on our new Online Certificate in Working with Veterans and Their Families!
Temple’s University College, Harrisburg Campus NEST is excited to offer an online, Certificate in Working with Veterans and Their Families.
Perfect for helping professionals who want to:
Develop a practice specialization with military populations
Increase their skills in meeting the public health challenge of returning service members
Here is a photo of Mike Genna, one of our Temple University School of Social Work foundation MSW students at Temple Harrisburg.
Thanks to everyone who visisted us at the Lancaster Business Expo 2017!
For more information on this expo, visit lancasterchamber.com
Photo credit: United Church of Christ
Check out Claudia Dewane's article, Environmental Social Work: A Call to Action, on socialworkhelper.com
Read the full article here
On October 1, 2017, a book co-authored by Instructor Lisa Zoll, LCSW was published and is available on Amazon.com. The book is entitled “Grief: The Event, The Work, The Forever – A self-help book brought to you by the letter ‘R’.” The book is co-authored by Lynn Shiner who is a frequent guest speaker in her Loss & Grief classes and has co-authored a book about the murders of her two children by her ex-husband entitled, “Stabbed in the Heart: Three Murdered Children, Two Resilient Mothers.” The book grew out of an article that she and Lynn wrote about the loss and grief process entit