HACC Offers One-Stop Shop, Holds Police Academy Graduations
HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, shares recent news and events with the community, including:
- HACC Offers One-Stop Shop to Enroll
- ODC/Dance Comes to Live at Rose Lehrman
- HACC Offers New Professionally YOURS Series in Spring 2017
- 017, Program
- HACC Holds Police Academy Graduations
- HACC Students Participate in National Math Competition
HACC Offers One-Stop Shop to Enroll
HARRISBURG, Pa. – HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, is simplifying the enrollment process for current and future students who are adding “going to college” to their new year’s resolution list. On Jan. 4, 2017, from 8 a.m.-1 p.m., current and future students can visit the Welcome Center at any of HACC’s five campuses to complete necessary steps to enroll for the spring term.
Staff will be on hand to assist students with completing their application, taking the placement test, filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form, meeting an advisor and registering for classes.
Students will also have the opportunity to enter for a chance to win an iPad.
Please visit hacc.edu/OneStop for details and to register for the event.
People with disabilities who need additional accommodations are encouraged to contact a campus Welcome Center at 800-ABC-HACC.
ODC/Dance Comes to Live at Rose Lehrman
HARRISBURG, Pa. – ODC/Dance will bring its athletic, passionate performances of “Dead Reckoning” and “Triangulating Euclid” to the stage at Live at Rose Lehrman on Jan. 25, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. in the Rose Lehrman Arts Center on the Harrisburg Campus of HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College.
“Dead Reckoning,” a contemporary performance portraying humanity in the throes of upheaval and its impact on the surrounding world, is choreographed by KT Nelson, co-artistic director. It was inspired by her sabbatical in Death Valley and features original music from Kronos Quartet cellist Joan Jeanrenaud.
“Triangulating Euclid,” a performance inspired by the original edition of “Euclid’s Elements,” an influential work in the history of mathematics, was developed by Brenda Way, KT Nelson and Kate Weare. This highly physical, insightful and emotive work moves from the formal elegance of geometry to its human implications.
The public is invited to attend a pre-performance talk with the artistic directors at 6:30 p.m. in the Studio Theatre in the Rose Lehrman Arts Center.
ODC/Dance has been named the “Best Dance Company” in the San Francisco Bay Guardian’s “Best of the Bay” for many years. The group has performed for more than a million people in 32 states and 11 countries with standing room only performances in Europe, Russia and Asia.
Show sponsors include the HACC Foundation, HACC’s Student Government Association and The Rose Lehrman Arts Fund of The Foundation For Enhancing Communities. ODC/Dance is sponsored by The ODC Artistic Venture and Touring Initiative.
Media sponsors include abc27.com and WITF. Grants and community support include The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.
Tickets are $33 and $38. To purchase tickets, please visit www.LiveatRoseLehrman.org. For more information, please call 717-231-ROSE (7673).
HACC Offers New Professionally YOURS Series in Spring 2017
HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Workforce Development and Continuing Education Division of HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, is offering a new training series called Professionally YOURS, in the spring 2017 term at HACC’s five campuses. Starting on Feb. 1, 2017, local adult learners can take a variety of courses without the need to obtain college credit.
The series will focus on personal and business development areas such as:
- Conflict resolution
- Customer service essentials
- Fundamentals of supervision
- Leading effective meetings
- Managing a diverse workforce
- Persuasion tools
The high quality, accessible educational opportunities are in response to requests from the business community and HACC’s strategic analysis of the high-demand occupational needs.
The full list of courses, locations, cost and dates is available at hacc.edu/ProfessionallyYOURS. To sign up for a course or request more information, please contact Holly Lukens at 717-780-1179 or email@example.com.
If individuals cannot visit a HACC campus, employers can ask HACC to conduct trainings at the company’s facility. The goal is to provide flexible, customizable coursework for employees with minimal disruption to the employees’ schedules.
For additional information about all of HACC’s training and development opportunities, please visit hacc.edu/noncredit or contact Holly Lukens at 717-780-1179 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
HACC Holds Police Academy Graduations
The Sen. Jeffrey E. Piccola Law Enforcement Complex of the Sen. John J. Shumaker Public Safety Center (PSC) at HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, recently celebrated the graduation of 35 cadets in its 110th municipal police academy and 14 cadets in its 17th part-time municipal police academy.
HACC’s Police Academy is the second largest in Pennsylvania with two 20-week full-time and one 12-month part-time basic training courses mandated for all Pennsylvania municipal police officers.
HACC’s 110th Police Academy Graduation
Several of the graduating cadets also received outstanding achievement awards. The award recipients of the 110th police academy graduation are:
The graduates from the 110th police academy and the police departments they serve are:
- Tyler Anthony Auerbeck - Harrisburg Bureau of Police
- Casey Jo Behrendt - Susquehanna Township Police Department
- Nicole Elizabeth Casey - York Area Regional Police Department
- Frank John Clark - York City Police Department
- Alexander Charles Daminger - Lancaster City Borough of Police
- Mathew Mark Eckert - York Area Regional Police Department
- Bradley Dalton Engle - York City Police Department
- Timothy Joseph Flynn - Harrisburg Bureau of Police
- Ernest Raymond Jenkins - Harrisburg Bureau of Police
- Frederick William Lucas - Springettsbury Township Police Department
- Brandon Lee McCormick - Manor Township Police Department
- Alex Joseph Milletics - Lower Allen Township Police Department
- Steven William Pickel - York City Police Department
- Estevan Restrepo - Harrisburg Bureau of Police
- Michael Edwin Sauble Jr. - Upper Allen Township Police Department
- Christopher Thomas Thompson - York City Police Department
- Tanner Nicholas Tyson - Northern York County Regional Police Department
Graduates from the 110th police academy not yet affiliated with law enforcement agencies (listed with their hometowns) are:
- David Chandler Baudassi - Littlestown
- Steven James Boddington - York
- Harry Edward Burger II - New Cumberland
- Kyle Jordan Ellis - Red Lion
- Alex Morgan Farnsler - Palmyra
- Aaron Matthew Haun - Lancaster
- Chadd Neal Hinds - York
- Aaron Curtis Huntington - East Berlin
- Andrew Douglas Johnson - Harrisburg
- Matthew James Keller - Newville
- Jonathan Andrew McCoy - Carlisle
- Kevin James McDonald - York
- Patricia Anne Parkes - York
- Zechariah Ephraim Seilhamer - Shermansdale
- Kenneth Lee Sites - Pine Grove
- Andrew Thomas Snyder - Lancaster
- Michael Joseph Treider - Red Lion
- Sean Robert Viccaro - Lemoyne
HACC’s 17th Part-time Police Academy Graduation
The award recipients of the 17th part-time police academy graduation are:
The 17th part-time police academy graduates and the police departments they serve are:
- Justin Clair Hain - Dauphin County Sheriff's Office
- Timothy Andrew Mayer - Carlisle Borough Police Department
- Johannes David Notz II - Hampden Township Police Department
- Matthew Stephen Rothgaber - Carlisle Borough Police Department
Graduates from the 17th part-time police academy not yet affiliated with law enforcement agencies (listed with their hometowns) are:
- Christopher David Bickel - Halifax
- Derek Wayne Bledsoe - Marietta
- Micah Andrew Hunsberger - Camp Hill
- Robert Chiao Patxot - Elizabethtown
- James Douglas Raynor - Manchester
- Kellee Sebastian Rogers - Hellam
- Jeremy Alton Ruppert - Grantville
- Michael Patrick Schwebel - Mount Joy
- Brandon Douglas Shupp - Lancaster
- Eric Thomas Wilson - Etters
HACC also provides mandatory police in-service courses, law enforcement elective training and police testing. Please visit hacc.edu/police for more information on HACC’s Police Academy.
HACC Students Participate in National Math Competition
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Students from HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, participated in the first half of the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year College (AMATYC) student math league competition on Nov. 4, 2016. Over 8,000 math students from more than 165 community colleges nationwide compete annually. Of the 20 HACC students who participated, the top-scoring students were Gideon Buckwalter from HACC’s Harrisburg Campus and Cody Lutz from HACC’s York Campus. The second half of the AMATYC competition will take place in March 2017.
HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, offers more than 120 career and transfer associate degree, certificate and diploma programs to approximately 19,000 students. Also, the College serves students at its Gettysburg, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Lebanon and York campuses; through virtual learning; and via workforce development and continuing education training. For more information on how HACC is uniquely YOURS, visit hacc.edu. Also, follow us on Twitter (@HACC_info), like us on Facebook (Facebook.com/HACC64) and use #HACCNews.