New Website: Pan-African Studies Community Education Program
Posted by on July 14, 2008
Celebrating 33 Years of Excellence in Community Education, Service and Outreach!
The Temple University Pan-African Studies Community Education Program (PASCEP), a flagship grassroots organization, remains the most unique model of community education in the world! With over 80 volunteer faculty members, PASCEP offers a wealth of varied and practical classes, including: Introduction to Computers, Microsoft Applications, Spiritual Treasures, Housing Rehabilitation, GED Preparation, Pre-College English, Hypnotherapy, Underground Railroad 101, the Art of Numbers, Sahaja Yoga Meditation, Human Race Studies Certification, Boxing for Fitness, Pilates, Stress Elimination, Rites-of-Passage, Astrology, the Art of Rap, various Business and Finance courses, Etymology, Criminal Justice, Story-Quilting, Natural Hair Styling, Poetry and Creative Writing, Holistic Health, Hip Hop, Martial Arts, Swahili, Spanish and French and much more!
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