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.
The 18,500-square-foot center will be an expansion of Science Hall on the college’s Youngwood campus.
The grant will facilitate the implementation of a new course, Welding Metalurgy II and will also be used to purchase metallurgy equipment used for making test samples and recruiting students into the welding program.
Westmoreland County Community College has named students to the Dean's List and President's List for the Summer 2017 semester.
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