Youth Work Certificate Program
Posted by on September 03, 2012
It’s not too late to enroll in the Community College of Philadelphia’s Youth Work Certificate Program! Individuals: It just takes three classes to become proficient in basic concepts of positive youth development. Classes draw from both theory and practice and build on students’ current knowledge. People who are interested in working in youth-serving agencies like YMCAs, Boys and Girls Clubs, or group homes; or people who want to brush up on their knowledge should take these classes. Agencies: Consider this professional development opportunity for staff of all kinds (front-line, coordinators, teaching artists, etc.). Classes cover key topics related to positive youth development and family and community engagement. Click here to review the program and student learning outcomes. Contact Rebecca Fabiano, Coordinator at Rfabiano@ccp.edu for more information.
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