Westmoreland County Community College named nursing professor, Dr. Rebecca Gediminskas of Irwin as the recipient of the Full-Time Faculty Teaching Excellence Award.
New to the spring schedule is a Business Management Certificate that can be completed in just seven months. Starting January 14, this certificate program offers busy working students the flexibility of taking classes online two evenings per week.
Westmoreland County Community College is working with the Northern Westmoreland Career and Technology Center (NWCTC) to bring a Welding Engineering Technology certification to the Alle-Kiski area.
Westmoreland County Community College recently celebrated the graduation of 16 police academy cadets from its Municipal Police Officers’ Training Academy.
Xpress Enrollment Days provide a convenient “one-stop shop” for time-stretched prospective students. They can complete the free application for admission, find their fit in classes and register for classes offered at any Westmoreland location or online, all in the same day.
Westmoreland’s Micro-Credential Training Programs prepare successful participants for entry-level positions in either manufacturing or food service and creates a talent pool to help local employers find qualified employees.
Students and faculty in the college’s School of Culinary Arts and Hospitality prepared and presented the gourmet hors d’oeuvres and market stations featuring the cuisine of the French countryside to over 140 guests.
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