Altoona Campus Holds Network Career FairApril 21, 2016
Snapshot: South Hills President Paul Mazza IIIMay 13, 2016
by Joan Andrews
Public Relations Specialist
STATE COLLEGE -- Colorful pinwheels were sold by State College members of the Community Outreach and Public Service (C.O.P.S.) Club, and placed on the school lawn in recognition of April being National Child Abuse Prevention Month. The Pinwheels for Prevention Campaign helped spread awareness of the issue and raised $200 which was donated to the Children's Advocacy Center of Centre County, Mount Nittany Health in Bellefonte.
Members of the C.O.P.S. Club, an organization for students of our Criminal Justice program, who are shown in the photo with the pinwheel display are listed below.
Front row: Joshua Torres, Bailey Bloom, Ashley Garbrick, Cathryn Harpster, Erin Nilson.
Second row: Ron Schall, Hunter Hall, Sam Vaughn, and Briella Walk.