Philadelphia schools get a lesson on identity thanks to the students in Temple’s University Community Collaborative.
February 6, 2017
Local 8th graders visit Lewis Katz School of Medicine to get an inside look at medical careers from doctors in training.
January 27, 2017
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, 36 people celebrated a milestone as they graduated from a community education and job-training program at Temple.
January 23, 2017
Hundreds of Temple Owls lent a hand during service projects around North Philadelphia on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Meet members of the Temple community who continue Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy year-round through their service work.
Seventh graders from local middle schools learned about the benefits of career and technical education at an event on Temple’s Main Campus.
Staff and students packed and delivered more than 100 food baskets for local churches, nonprofits and community members for the Thanksgiving holiday.
On Veterans Day, Temple Law hosted Wills for Heroes, a program that provides wills free of charges to veterans and first responders.
Students in the history department take an in-depth look at the concept of “plunder.”
Teach for America finds that Temple students are a great fit for North Philadelphia schools.
Hundreds of kids celebrated Halloween with their families—and Temple student volunteers—on Cecil B. Moore Avenue.
The broken instruments on display at Temple Contemporary will be used to create an original composition performed by artists from around Philadelphia.
The North Philadelphia Health Enterprise Zone, of which Temple is a part, focuses on coordinating resources and improved education.
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