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Mrs. Ressler's class

Mrs. Ressler's class

The supervisors and Abington adjunct faculty member Lynn Sowden celebrate the completion of the 64 hours of training.

Mrs. Ressler's

Mrs. Ressler's

Customized training developed by Penn State Abington Continuing Education focused on front-line supervisors at Mrs. Ressler's Food Products in Philadelphia.

Mrs. Ressler's

Partnership learning a success for multilingual workers

David and Michael Israeli, the third generation to lead a Philadelphia manufacturer, recently committed time and funding to customized training for their front-line supervisors. The decision enabled the Israelis to tackle two challenges common in business: developing and retaining key employees, thus avoiding the expense of hiring and training new workers; and helping employees become better decision-makers. This is where the corporate training experts at Penn State Abington Continuing Education came into the equation and designed a plan specific to the goals of the 60-year-old firm: to provide 10 supervisors with advanced training relevant to their work environment and to do so on site.
Astrobiology for educators

Astrobiology

Astrobiology for Educators: Is There Life Beyond Our Planet? And How Would We Know? will be offered the week of July 22 at Penn State Abington. The for-credit course is designed to provide teachers in grades four through 12 with content related to the cutting-edge field of astrobiology. 

Abington's Kids and Teen College summer camp open house

School kids are finding themselves just a couple of short weeks away from the start of summer vacation. What will fill the long, lazy days of that teen or tween? Will they become couch potatoes and television zombies, accomplishing little more than becoming the highest scorers of their favorite video games? Or will they seek something beyond the sofa to stimulate and enrich their days? Find the answer at Penn State Abington's Kids and Teen College open house between 10 a.m. and noon on Saturday, May 14 in Lares Building. Potential participants can discover what camps are new, have their questions answered and enjoy the picturesque campus. Children are welcome to attend and participate in fun activities.

High schoolers enrolled at Abington design for world's poorest kids

Children from some of the world's poorest countries will enjoy the simple pleasure of play thanks to high school seniors from eastern Montgomery County enrolled in Penn State Abington's introductory engineering class--engineering, design and graphics. Approximately twenty high school students have joined more then 200 professional architectural and engineering firms from over a dozen countries in a competition to design fun, affordable and sustainable playgrounds for children in developing nations.