Kapeghian has dual CLA degrees in history and political science, but he works in technology, and he thinks today’s students should follow his lead and consider other disciplines when job hunting.
Trying something different can be uncomfortable at first, but it can lead to a world of exciting new possibilities, and more students should give it a try.
The Pennsylvania Capital Semester internship program gives College of Liberal Arts students the chance to grow professionally through rewarding political work.
Children often learn best through play. Using this simple concept, Playful Learning Landscapes is teaching urban children language, math, executive functioning and socioemotional skills while they play.