Kentucky Catholic college students could complete practicum at Planned Parenthood
Catholic World News - February 17, 2010
A Kentucky Catholic college’s School of Social Work listed Planned Parenthood on its roster of practicum education agencies for the 2006-7 school year, according to the university’s web site.
The document on the Spalding University web site describes Planned Parenthood of Louisville as “a non-profit health organization that has been helping women, men and teens make responsible choices for over 70 years. Since 1933, Planned Parenthood has been dedicated to providing comprehensive, confidential healthcare services and responsible sexuality education throughout our community. Each year Planned Parenthood reaches more than 24,000 individuals through office visits and educational programs.”
Founded by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Spalding University has 1,712 students, 1,063 of them undergraduates.
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