Second-year Administrative Professional students from South Hills School of Business & Technology's Main Campus in State College took an academic field trip to visit Beaver Stadium where they met Amy Pollock, Associate Director of the Office of Donor Relations and Special Events at Penn State University.
As part of the effort to keep the curriculum current, each Specialized Associate Degree program at South Hills School of Business & Technology's three campuses has a Program Advisory Committee comprised of local industry professionals. This diverse group of employers, internship site supervisors, and South Hills alumni get together twice yearly to provide feedback and ideas for improvement to the program's learning resources, equipment, facilities, and objectives.
Students from South Hills School of Business & Technology's Criminal Justice and Medical Assistant specialized associate degree programs visited the Cambria County Prison to see an example of a working environment for those who decide to pursue a career in corrections or within the prison system.
In 2000, South Hills School of Business & Technology and the Pennsylvania State University formed a partnership in order to provide South Hills students with an opportunity to explore internship opportunities at PSU. Since then, hundreds of South Hills students have completed internships and/or have been hired as employees at Penn State.
South Hills School of Business & Technology is proud to announce that Joe Vasta, a student of the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Professional Plus program at its Main Campus in State College, has been named as a 2019 recipient of the prestigious Alan D. Waggoner scholarship award.
Katie Dotterer-Pyle, a member of the Business Administration–Management & Marketing Class of 2006, shares some of the most valuable things she learned at South Hills and offers her advice to people who are comparing two- and four-year schools.