Mother of Five Fulfills Educational Aspirations through Free Program
Fifteen years ago, teen mom Beth Dinger was convinced she had to abandon her pursuit of a high school diploma, and with it, her childhood dreams. Butler County Community College's free adult literacy program changed all that. It prepares students to take General Education Development (GED) examinations that measure proficiency in language arts, mathematics, science and social studies.
Community College President Touts the Value of Education
"I believe that education is one of the best ways to positively impact a person’s life... New skills and experiences allow you to thrive in your current job, adapt to any changing work conditions, and position you for new employment opportunities," says Dr. Steve Nunez, President of Pennsylvania Highlands Community College, in a recent submission to the Tribune-Democrat.
PA Community Colleges Respond to COVID-19 as Situation Evolves