MIDDLETOWN, Pa. – Penn State Harrisburg is offering two opportunities to learn more about its Career Studies program. The program provides individuals with intellectual disabilities and other developmental disabilities to participate in the university experience, audit academic courses and enroll in courses that focus on career development. Job-shadowing and practicum experiences are also a focus of the program.
On Tuesday, April 6, there will be a Career Studies Program information session from 1 to 2:30 p.m. via Zoom. Prospective students and their families, educators, and agency personnel are encouraged to register to learn more.
As part of the college’s virtual Undergraduate Open House, there will be a session at 10 a.m. to learn about the Career Studies Program.
This virtual event is an excellent opportunity for prospective undergraduate students to learn more about the Penn State Harrisburg experience by meeting with current students, learning about academic opportunities from faculty, and more.
For more information about the Career Studies Program, email Kristin Deibler at [email protected].