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A number of career fairs are held throughout the year to help connect students with potential employers.
Center for Service
Provides meaningful volunteer experiences for students.
Gives high school students an opportunity to gain educational enrichment and to showcase their knowledge and abilities in chemistry.
College for Kids
A summer enrichment program that offers a diverse selection of one week, age-appropriate classes for children and teenagers from 6 through 16 years of age.
Provides non-degree training programs to businesses, organizations and individuals.
Develops and implements strategies and programs that further ecological sustainability within the college community.
Penn State Behrend helps its students secure internship and co-op positions with organizations to gain professional, career-related experience.
A daylong program that provides information on careers in mathematics, engineering, technology, and the sciences to girls in grades 7 and 8.
Minority College Experience and Women In Science and Engineering are free summer programs designed for academically talented high school students to enroll in a university credit course with regularly enrolled college students the summer before their senior year in high school.
Penn State Educational Partnership Program (PEPP)
An after-school academic and social enrichment program that supports at-risk students at Wayne Elementary School, Wilson Middle School, and Central Tech High School. PEPP students meet with teachers, community mentors, and tutors in a structured setting, providing them with an opportunity to improve academically, develop leadership skills, and receive college and career guidance.
21st Century Kids
Daylong program targeting youth from rural populations that strives to combat the geographical and economic isolation that is prevalent among students in these areas.