Project Based Learning in College

Posted by on April 14, 2014

TITLE: Project Based Learning in College- a Youth Worker’s experience.
EVENT: Students enrolled in Youth Work110 – Family and Community Engagement have utilized a Project-Based Learning (PBL) strategy throughout the spring semester examining the roles families, communities and youth workers play in the promotion of positive youth development for young people.

Come find out about the Youth Work Certificate program, too. Classes for Summer begin soon!

DATE: Thursday, May 1st
LOCATION: Community College of Philadelphia, NW Campus- 1300 W. Godfrey Ave. (19141) ROOM 216
TIME: 6:00-9:00

Student PBL topics include:
* How Best to Promote Positive Youth Development for Youth with Disabilities?
* How to Bring Unity to the Community – Reinforcing and Motivating Youth and the Community to Better Connect?
* What Key Ingredients Make a Super Youth Worker – Competencies for Youth Workers and Agencies Serving Youth?
* How Mentoring Youth Promotes Youth Self-Efficacy, Self-Esteem, a Sense of Purpose and Positive View of Education?
* How to Promote Resiliency in LGBTQ+ Youth?
* How Communities have Promoted Positive Youth Development over the last century?

for questions contact: Reggie Jones at or Rebecca Fabiano at (allow 48 hrs for response)

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