Jamey Shreckengast, a 2nd-year Administrative Professional student at South Hills School of Business & Technology's Main Campus in State College, has been awarded the 2018 Philanthropic Educational Organization (P.E.O.) Chapter S Scholarship.
Alex Rodriguez, 2011 Business Administration–Management & Marketing graduate, talks about why he chose to attend South Hills and offers a bit of advice for those who are considering going back to school.
Cynthia Spencer, Color Alliance™-trained owner of a yarn and fabric store in Centre County called Stitch Your Art Out, visited the State College Main Campus of South Hills School of Business & Technology to help students of the Administrative Professional program learn how to choose clothing and makeup palettes based on their skin, hair, and eye colors.
Second-year students at South Hills School of Business & Technology must complete a capstone project before they begin their internships. The capstone projects require students to use the knowledge gained throughout the entirety of their studies at South Hills. A group of Management & Marketing students from South Hills Lewistown recently presented a business plan for a specialty boutique for their capstone project.
Business Administration–Management & Marketing students from South Hills Altoona recently presented a Social Media Marketing Plan to the Blair County Planning Commission with recommendations of how Facebook®, LinkedIn®, Instagram®, YouTube®, and a blog can be used in marketing efforts to raise awareness about the organization throughout the community.
South Hills alumna, Melissa Millar, earned her Associate in Specialized Business degree from the Administrative Professional program in 2011. Find out all the ways she says South Hills prepared her for her career.