Monday, February 10 | 5:30 - 7:00pm | The Klein Cube
A college education can help you enter the workforce, qualify you for more job opportunities, enable you to change careers and lead to a bachelor degree.
Learn about certificate and degree programs that prepare you for in-demand careers and further education, and how you can transfer previously earned college credits or earn credits for your experience.
Dating is historically tricky! Individuals today are facing a number of oppressive and false pressures when it comes to digital influences. The increased perception of normality through the lens of society seems to have made simple relationships a thing of the past. Increasingly, detached modes of interaction make it harder to connect. From Tinder to Grindr and everything in between, people are relying on social apps to mediate intimate interactions.
The Division of Access and Community Engagement is hosting a Resource Fair for Immigrant Services on Thursday, March 28 from Noon to 2 p.m. in the Pavilion Building in the Klein Cube on the second floor. The Pavilion Building is located on 17th Street, between Spring Garden Street and Callowhill Street.