Students can complete the program in just seven months. It is composed of six courses that meet online during two designated evenings per week.
“I was looking for a way to help students who need the help but knew that students tend to be private about their situations,” Emily Faulds said.
The Ruffsdale native lost his job following three surgeries and used the money from his GI Bill during the summer semester.
Westmoreland County Community College offers a wide range of concentrations and courses in business designed to prepare students for the challenges that await them.
Students share what Human Services/Social Work means to them, and why they chose to study it. Human Services/Social Work is the Program of the Month for January 2018.
The Human Services/Social Work Club at Westmoreland County Community College sponsored a fundraiser in which ticket buyers were entered for the chance to shove a pie in the face of several professors, administrators and staff members
Brooke White spent much of the past week smiling behind a table in Founders Hall as she sold tickets for the Westmoreland County Community College Human Services/Social Work Club, which she helped to create.
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