Press Releases – Page 22 – South Hills School of Business & Technology
January 24, 2018
Female speaking to South Hills students

Barto Helps South Hills Students Prepare for a Successful Job Search

Vicky Barto, Director of Staff Development for Drayer Physical Therapy Institute, recently visited South Hills School of Business & Technology’s main campus in State College to share advice on conducting a successful job search, preparing for interviews, and more.
January 16, 2018
South Hills Students at alumna presentation

South Hills Alumna Returns to Share Tips for Job Success with Current Students

South Hills graduate, Michelle Simpson, Director of Human Resources for the Bellefonte Area School District, returned to South Hills recently to speak with students of the Administrative Professional (AP) and Business Administration—Management & Marketing (BAMM) programs and offer advice for a successful career.
January 9, 2018
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South Hills Offers New Medical Coding Certification Course

South Hills School of Business & Technology has announced it will offer a 5-month "hybrid" Medical Coding Certification Course that will combine online classes with classroom instruction for people interested in becoming medical coders.
January 2, 2018
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South Hills Sponsors Official MultiGP Scholastic Drone Racing Team

South Hills School of Business & Technology will sponsor the "State College Drone Racers," a newly-approved, local MultiGP Scholastic Racing Team, as part of the new South Hills Drone Initiative.
December 22, 2017
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South Hills Lewistown Students Help “Fill A Cruiser”

South Hills Lewistown students joined forces with the local Kiwanis Club and the Lewistown Police Department to help with an annual community food drive.
December 21, 2017
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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.