Keystone College Professor Stacey Wyland Berlinski discusses Keystone College’s Criminal Justice program on WBRE’s “PA live!
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The Keystone College Juvenile Justice Institute has received a $6,000 grant from the Robert H. Spitz Foundation to support the Institute’s pilot program, “3 Million Kids” at Charles Sumner Elementary School in Scranton.
The lives of young people in Northeastern Pennsylvania may soon improve significantly, thanks to the newly formed Keystone College Juvenile Justice Institute.
For criminal justice majors, it’s particularly important to get out of the classroom and into the community.