SHSBT Blog – South Hills School of Business & Technology
June 12, 2019
Dave Keller, Class of 2017

Alumni Stories – Dave Keller

Information Technology alumnus, Dave Keller, graduated from South Hills in 2017. Before starting classes, he worried that he wouldn't like school, but instead he found that he enjoyed his time at South Hills. He'll explain why in his own words and reveal where he is now in his "Alumni Spotlight" interview.
May 15, 2019
Katie Dotterer-Pyle and her cows

Alumni Stories – Katie Dotterer-Pyle

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.
April 24, 2019
South Hills alumna MacKenzie Huntsman is shown at the Huntingdon County Chamber of Commerce, her place of employment.

Alumni Stories – MacKenzie Huntsman

2013 Administrative Professional graduate, MacKenzie Huntsman, details why she chose to attend South Hills, shares her on-the-job experiences, and reveals the secret to her success.
December 20, 2018
This photo shows South Hills Alumna Kara Ballenger and Mads Cherluck

Alumni Stories – Kara Ballenger

Kara Ballenger graduated from the Graphic Arts specialized associate degree program in 2010. In this Alumni Stories interview, she shares how her South Hills education is helping her to realize her lifelong dream of writing and illustrating a graphic novel series called "Fire Sphere" along with her collaborator, Mads Cherluck.
December 4, 2018
This photo shows a woman talking on the phone

10 Steps for Your Next Phone Interview

Got a phone interview coming up and need some last minute tips to nail it? Here are 10 quick steps to help you get ready.
September 14, 2018

“I Am South Hills” – Venus Shade

Criminal Justice Instructor, Venus Shade, shares her perspective on being a teacher at the Lewistown Campus of South Hills School of Business & Technology. She talks about the importance of community involvement, encouraging students to become an active part of making things better at a local level, and how she helps her students gain experience through exposure to many facets of the Criminal Justice field.
by South Hills Communications