Celebrating 38 Years of Excellence in
Community Education, Service and Outreach!
Willie Rogers, PASCEP Director (Left in Photo)
When Willie Rogers joined the staff of PASCEP in 1987 he brought to PASCEP and to Temple University more than twenty-five years of diverse experience as an elementary school teacher, counselor, career development trainer, psychotherapist, community activist and director of a social service agency. In the position of Curriculum Specialist, he provides guidance in developing courses, designing curriculums for adult basic education, assisting teachers in lesson planning, and providing ongoing in-service teacher training. Also, he conducts seminars in churches, schools, colleges and community centers. He co-authored the Manual of Ideas for Implementation of Adult Basic Education Programs, A Manual for Instructors and Teachers Guide for Implementing African American materials into the GED curriculum.
PASCEP Founder, The Late Annie D. Hyman, Enstooled as Queen Mother (Right in Photo)
In July 2003 a PASCEP delegation of 9 members visited Ghana, West Africa to attend the official enstoolment of Annie D. Hyman, PASCEP Founder. On Monday, 21 July 2003, Annie D. Hyman and Dr. William Ankobea of New York were enstooled as Nkosuohemaa and Nkosuohene of the Bekwai Traditional Area, respectively. Dr. Ankobea is a physician who is originally from Bekwai. He has a medical practice in New York. Ms. Hyman received the royal name of Nana Konadu Yiadom III at a celebration of over 1000 Ghanaians. Nana Hyman, as Queen Mother of Development, is responsible for overseeing the development of the town of Bekwai. She is responsible for acquiring resources and networking with individuals and groups who have an interest in promoting trade and growth in Bekwai. In February 2004, Nana Hyman hosted an open house that garnered financial support and a van load of goods and products for Bekwai.
We Want to Hear From You!
Volunteer Teachers make PASCEP possible! Send a course description and résumé to:
Willie Rogers, Director
Entertainment and Community Education Center / 2nd Floor
1509 Cecil B. Moore / Philadelphia, PA 19121
Phone # - (215) 204-1993 / Fax # - (215) 204-8171