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The Intergenerational Center (IGC) of Temple University’s College of Education and Human Development brings together diverse communities and generations to address critical social concerns and create opportunities for lifelong civic engagement through innovative, intergenerational programs to help practitioners effectively address community needs.
The IGC began in 1979 at Temple University, cultivating a forty-year partnership between Temple students and faculty, Philadelphia community members, and community partners and agencies. We have innovative programs that offer high quality training and consultation in order to strengthen students and caregivers in our community. We study the impact of our work and identify research-based practices that have been proven successful. For more information, please contact the Director, Dr. Patience Lehrman, at email@example.com.
GEAR UP Philadelphia and Norristown prepares students to enter and succeed in postsecondary education by providing state and local partnerships.
TempleCares provides credentialing, internships, and employment support to young Philadelphia interested in the healthcare and social service industry.
Connecting generations through the Family Friends caregiver and mentor visitation program to strengthen children and families with special needs.
An intergenerational model, Time Out connects college students with older adults, especially those with dementia, to provide companionship and give respite to caregivers.
Building community through Grandma's Kids after-school program that focuses on the student via homework and academic support.
The Intergenerational Center at Temple University
1301 Cecil B. Moore Avenue
Ritter Hall 4th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19122