A NEW CERTIFICATE PROGRAM FOR MUSICIANS AND VISUAL ARTISTS
FOR WORK IN HEALTHCARE SETTINGS
For more information or questions:
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Who is eligible to apply?
Graduate and junior or senior-level undergraduate students in music or visual arts
Temple Boyer or Tyler alumni
Visual artists and musicians residing in the Philadelphia area
What is required?
1. Attendance during the training dates: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM on Saturday, September 26,
Sunday, September 27, Saturday, December 5, and Sunday December 6. Trainees must
attend all four training days.
2. Successful completion of 20 internship hours (over 8-week period) in a healthcare setting.
Students will be placed for an internship by the program coordinator.
3. In-class presentation about internship experience (during last training weekend)
4. Participation in weekly online discussions during the training period.
5. Completion of online assignments and reading materials.
6. Passing of required evaluations and a final examination.
How to apply?
- Complete the online application form: www.temple.edu/boyer/researchcenter
- The deadline for application is September 1, 2009.
The Arts and Quality of Life Research Center at Temple University is offering a
unique opportunity for musicians and visual artists (students and professionals)
interested in working in healthcare settings. This certificate training program, funded
by the Barra Foundation, will be offered to a maximum of 20 artists in Fall 2009 at no