Advanced manufacturing and robotics is a blend of mechanical, electrical, electronics and computerized technologies that together form complex automated systems.
Hundreds of volunteer firefighters will be trained at Westmoreland County Community College’s Public Safety Training Center as the result of $4.3 million federal grant.
Students from Westmoreland County Community College’s Advanced Technology Center may not be studying art, but they are creating art.
At a special meeting held September 22, the Westmoreland County Community College board of trustees approved contracts for construction of the college’s new Science Innovation Center and renovations to the Public Safety Training Center in Smithton.
Westmoreland County Community College’s honor society, Phi Theta Kappa, will host Awareness Week Sept. 25-28 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. each day in Founders Hall.
“This program was amazing and opens the doors for so many opportunities,” Kayla Cooper said.
The Phlebotomy/Specimen Processing Certificate Program is Westmoreland County Community College’s Program of the Month for September. Amy Voytek is the program’s director.
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