The C.O.P.S. Club at South Hills School of Business & Technology's Altoona Campus recently held a fundraiser to help Family Services Inc. as they raise funds for a proposed new homeless shelter in Blair County.
On January 9, 2019, the C.O.P.S Club at South Hills School of Business & Technology’s State College Main Campus helped local police departments mark national Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, a national day of observance which was established to recognize how challenging a career in law enforcement can be.
To keep the curriculums for its 11 specialized associate degree programs current and relevant to the community's workforce needs, South Hills School of Business & Technology relies on input from Program Advisory Committees that are comprised of local employers, internship site supervisors, and South Hills alumni.
First-year Criminal Justice students at South Hills School of Business & Technology's State College Main Campus recently received a unique hands-on learning experience courtesy of Detective John Aston of the State College Police Department.
Alumni returned to South Hills School of Business & Technology's main campus in State College for a Career Services Brown Bag Speaker Series event to "to give [students] a glimpse into the day-to-day responsibilities of professionals in the field of criminal justice."
Football was Josh Brown's life until an injury during spring drills ended his chance to play college football. He and his parents, Jeff & Cathy Brown, talk about how South Hills helped him find a new path and how he's thriving now in a career he loves.