While students in Temple’s College Bound Academy spent a week discovering everything the University has to offer, a visit to Temple University Ambler gave participants the opportunity to explore “green” careers.
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To honor our graduating class, Temple University Ambler is profiling just a few of the shining examples of the class of 2017.
When Temple University Biology major Victoria Uritsky begins her job scribing at Abington Hospital, she’ll be entering familiar territory. The 22-year old has already put in hundreds of volunteer hours at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.
Horticulture major Benjamin Snyder didn’t just “Fly in Four.” He flew in 3.5, completing his degree at Temple University a full semester early.
Horticulture major Megan Bazin would be perfectly content living off the land given the opportunity. Modern life — bills to pay, responsibilities to meet — sometimes get in the way of “simple plans.” Bazin, however, has found the perfect compromise — urban agriculture. She just took the scenic route to get there.
Kyle Salembier has a simple goal — leaving places and people in a better place than he found them. It is why the Temple Adult and Organizational Development (AOD) program was such a perfect fit for him.
There are hobbies and then there are careers. It is the fortunate few that can successfully turn the former into the latter. Temple Adult and Organizational Development graduate Hollie Axel is one of those happy, fortunate few.
Landscape Architecture graduating senior Ani Knauff's interest in ecologically-focused design is a family legacy she is proud to continue.
Coming to the United States, Master of Landscape Architecture student Hamed Lavasani discovered a calling that he hadn’t been exposed to prior to living in the northeast.