Through Temple's Center for Social Policy & Community Development, AIC provides services to young people who are transitioning out of the foster care system. They provide services like homework help, individual counseling sessions, GED linking and referrals, and help with getting into higher ed.
Singing Owls Community Choir invites any members of the community, including Temple Students, to join their inclusive, intergenerational, chorus.
Fox School of Business holds a technology fair for startups, many from Israel.
Erica studied African American studies at Temple and moved to Philly in 2003 to join the performing arts community as a poet, vocalist and actor. In 2012, she founded Small But Mighty Arts, a direct-service organization that provides local artists with micro-grants and connections to career-enhancing resources.
The Temple University Music Preparatory Division is part of the Philadelphia Music Alliance for Youth, a collaborative of music education organizations serving elementary through high school Philadelphia region-area students. PMAY was recently awarded a $2.53 million grant by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in hopes of increasing diversity in classical music ensembles.
The Office of Sustainability has been putting a lot of efforts in making changes on campus for a better environment.
In an effort to preserve the art and importance of breakdancing, Temple students and staff created a documentary titled "Life Lessons in Hip Hop."
Samantha Schlegel, who graduated from Tyler School of Art in 2009 is a cofounder of Usaquen, a Columbian food popup that offers both meat and vegetarian dishes. They appear monthly inside Philly Style Bagels in Fishtown.
The new Playwright Residency Program allows professional playwrights to observe acting students and their classes and create plays for them. Each play created gets produced within weeks of being written.
Representatives from Canvas, an app that is to replace Blackboard in the upcoming school year, came to speak to members of the Temple community.