Community College Nursing Graduates Join COVID-19 Fight
“I have always found a calling with taking care of people, and COVID patients are no different than anyone else,” said
Rebecca Strausser in a
Citizen's Voice article last week. Recently,
she received a nursing degree from
Luzerne County Community College and will now join the team at
Commonwealth Health Regional Hospital of Scranton as a registered nurse.
Student Hero: Instructional Videos Offer Guidance on New Technology
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak,
Rachel Fleagle, a communications student at
HACC, Central Pennsylvania's Community College,
has been proactively helping faculty and students and has created an informative instructional video to help students with the transition to using
Montgomery County Community College Names Sixth President
Upon completion of a nationwide search,
Montgomery County Community College’s (MCCC) Board of Trustees announced that
Dr. Victoria L. Bastecki-Perez has been selected to serve as the college’s sixth President. While Dr. Bastecki-Perez served as Interim President, MCCC earned the prestigious
Achieving the Dream Leader College of Distinction award.
Scholarship Makes Higher Ed Attainable for Thousands
Mayor Jim Kenney and I agree that a community college degree is essential to reducing poverty and closing the equity gap," said
Dr. Donald Guy Generals, President of Community College of Philadelphia, in a recent letter to the Philadelphia Tribune about the newly createdOctavius Catto Scholarship.
PA Community Colleges Respond to COVID-19 as Situation Evolves
Happy (belated) Birthday to Pennsylvania House Democratic Appropriations Chairman Rep. Matt Bradford, Rep. Karen Boback, Rep. Stephen Barrar and Rep. Jim Gregory!
Dual Enrollment Fact: Every 2020 Greater Johnstown School District senior who played at least three years of varsity baseball earned an Associate Degree at Pennsylvania Highlands Community College while still in high school.