Jennifer, a graduate student in the Professional Counseling program at Carlow, began her training as a single mother of two, looking to create a life filled with meaning while giving back to her community.
Increasing evidence shows that early childhood education significantly impacts a child’s performance in school and beyond. The teaching shortage in education is also affecting early childcare, with some innovative solutions to address the problem.
Carlow University’s Occupational Therapy Program is leading the way in training their students to provide school-aged children access to positive mental health to ensure they have coping skills before they need them.
Carlow University’s Board of Trustees joined President Kathy Humphrey, PhD, faculty, staff and students in the blessing and ribbon-cutting ceremony for the University’s new Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy Teaching & Learning Lab.
President Kathy W. Humphrey announced the receipt of the institution’s single largest grant in its history. An anonymous benefactor contributed $12 million to endow the Western Pennsylvania Early Childhood Apprenticeship Hub at Carlow for the benefit of future generations.