A doctor tells you, “We’re going to do some blood work and send it to the lab.” A couple of days later you are informed of the results. So how do those results come about?
Just how far can you go with a degree from WCCC? How about ranking as one of the top chefs in the United States and being chosen to represent the entire country in a prestigious international culinary competition?
Westmoreland County Community College received the 2012-13 Sportsmanship of the Year Award presented by the Western Pennsylvania College Conference (WPCC) at its annual spring meeting.
As a partner in the Workforce and Economic Development Network of Pennsylvania (WEDnetPA), Westmoreland County Community College has contributed to the initiative’s milestone of training one million workers in the state.
Westmoreland County Community College named Chef Regis Holden of Irwin as the 2013 Distinguished Alumnus at the 42nd commencement ceremony held May 9 at the Youngwood campus.
Westmoreland County Community College recently honored outstanding graduates for their academic achievements at an awards ceremony held at the campus in Youngwood.
Westmoreland County Community College awarded 947 degrees, diplomas and certificates at its 42nd annual commencement ceremony held Thursday, May 9 at the WCCC Youngwood Campus.
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