The Network Career Fair is an annual event that allows South Hills students to showcase their skills to potential employers as they seek the internships they need to complete in order to graduate. Over 80 employers participated in the 2019 Network Career Fair, many of them represented by South Hills alumni.
Information Technology students from South Hills School of Business & Technology's Altoona Campus partnered with Link Computer Corporation to develop a web application to help the Altoona Chapter of AMBUCS keep track of its AmTryke Therapeutic Tricycle program.
As part of the curriculum for each of its specialized associate degree programs, students at South Hills School of Business & Technology must take a Job Search Skills course to ensure they learn how to craft résumés and cover letters, polish their interviewing skills, and utilize the latest job-seeking methods.
South Hills School of Business & Technology and Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications and Technology (PAECT) recently jointly hosted an all-day workshop on the use of drones in technical education to help PAECT educators learn beneficial ways to bring the use of drones into their classrooms.
PA State Representative Johnathan D. Hershey (R–Franklin/Juniata/Mifflin) toured South Hills School of Business & Technology’s Lewistown Campus to discuss the importance of career education and find out how South Hills is helping its students achieve their career goals.
Before they can begin their internships, students at South Hills School of Business & Technology are required to complete capstone projects which require them to use all of the skills they’ve acquired throughout their studies. Students of the Criminal Justice program are assigned cases to solve and must show how they came to their conclusions.