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October 24, 2018
Health Careers Club Members outside of the State College Main Campus

Health Careers Club Raises Funds for Local Animal Rescue Organization

The Health Careers Club at South Hills School of Business & Technology recently organized a fundraiser to help support One Dog at a Time, a humane animal rescue group based in Lewistown that has a special program for SCI Rockview inmates that allows them to help train rescued dogs for war veterans with PTSD.
December 21, 2017
This photo shows Altoona students with toy donations for Toys for Tots

Altoona Health Careers Club Gives to Local “Toys for Tots” Campaign

The Health Careers Club at the South Hills Altoona campus recently made a substantial donation to the Ebensburg Toys for Tots campaign.
December 12, 2017
Health Careers Club Members with donations for Women's Resource Center

Health Careers Club Helps Women’s Resource Center

The Health Careers Club at South Hills School of Business & Technology collected gifts to help a client of the Centre County Women’s Resource Center celebrate the Christmas season.
November 15, 2017
Medical Assistant students with donation check

South Hills Club Donates to Pink Connection

The Health Careers Club at the Lewistown campus of South Hills School of Business & Technology recently made a donation to The Pink Connection, a breast cancer support organization in Lewistown.
June 27, 2017
This photo shows the graduating class of 2017

South Hills Graduates 61 Students for Spring 2017

Sixty-one students from the State College and Altoona campuses of South Hills School of Business & Technology completed their studies and became graduates on June 19, 2017.
May 31, 2017
South Hills students smiling and holding a large donation check

Health Careers Club Secures Life-Saving Devices for Altoona Campus

The Health Careers Club at South Hills Altoona recently raised money to purchase a life-saving automated external defibrillator (AED) for the school. Their generosity was matched by the Mazza family for the purchase a second device, so both of the Altoona campus buildings will now have an AED on site.