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Upcoming Events

  • June

    Cyber Security Student Boot Camp

    June 17, 2024 - June 19, 2024, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm , Penn Highlands Richland

    FREE Student Boot Camp for those interested in cybersecurity. It provides advanced face-to-face training for students in grades 9 – 12. This is a two-day boot camp, from 1 – 4 PM, on June 17 and 19.

    • Discussions on the theory behind cybersecurity best practices.
    • Provides both tech and non-tech students with a practical understanding of cybersecurity.
    • Covers crucial topics such as security assessment and configuration, strategies for protection and defense, offensive measures, and remediation.
    • Hands-on workshops using fundamental tools.

    Questions? Contact Greg Paonessa.

    Click to register or fill out form below.

    We are a part of the PC4A Consortium. PC4A is comprised of Indiana University of Pennsylvania and six community colleges in Pennsylvania. The goal of PC4A is to support and strengthen the cyber security workforce in the United States of America. Click here to learn more about PC4A.





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  • June

    Board of Trustees Meeting

    June 18, 2024, 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm , Penn Highlands Richland

    The Board of Trustees is the policy-making body of the College and is ultimately responsible for setting the larger agenda for the institution. The Board is comprised of representatives from private, for-profit companies, education, and non-profits. The Cambria County Commissioners appoint 12 members to our Board of Trustees. Three additional members are board-appointed from locations in which the College has an academic center, and the Student Senate President serves as a voting member.

    The Board of Trustees meeting takes place at the Richland Campus in the Holtzman Board Room and/or via Zoom.

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  • July

    Admissions & Athletics Open House

    Individuals will learn about the available opportunities, including degree programs and coursework, transfer options, and more. Information on athletics, student life (including clubs and activities), and financial assistance will also be presented. Those who attend will get to hear from faculty and current students about the college experience and what happens after graduation.

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