#70th4Nurses - Beyond Extraordinary: Donors to Launch Three Campaigns to Support HACC Students
In celebration of his 70th birthday on June 20, Ron Rebuck, director of nursing at HACC’s Harrisburg Campus and proud HACC alumnus, is leading a crowdfunding campaign to support the Nursing Fund for Excellence. Rebuck’s goal is to raise $2,000 for the Nursing Fund for Excellence in celebration of his milestone birthday.
#Climb4Classes - Beyond Extraordinary: Donors to Launch Three Campaigns to Support HACC Students
Would you attempt to climb a mountain of more than 11,000 feet? During his #Climb4Classes campaign, HACC Foundation Board member Jonathan Williams will attempt this not once, but twice in four days – then ski down both mountains upon reaching their summits. From June 15 to June 19, Jonathan and his friends, Jesse Whitcomb and Erik Kohan, plan to accomplish these feats at Mount Hood in Oregon and Mount Adams in Washington.
#Run4HACC - Beyond Extraordinary: Donors to Launch Three Campaigns to Support HACC Students
On June 15 and June 16, a six-person “HACC Yeah!” team will undertake a 200-mile relay during the Reebok Ragnar Road Pennsylvania race from Lancaster to Jim Thorpe. Their goal is to raise $3,000 to benefit the Collegewide Student Success Fund for Excellence.
HACC Announces Winners in 2018 High School Mathematics Contest
Hempfield High School finished first in the 28th annual high school mathematics contest at HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College. Students Cherie Chen of Lancaster Catholic High School and David Taglieri of Spring Grove High School tied for the individual first-place award.
Photo Caption: From left, Matt Sahd, Hempfield High School adviser, and Campbell Krulewski, Luca Mahoney and Curren Schmitt, Hempfield High School students. For more photos of the high school mathematics contest, please visit HACC’s Flickr page.
HACC Signs Articulation Agreement with Wilson College
Wilson College President Barbara K. Mistick, D.M. and HACC President John J. “Ski” Sygielski, Ed.D., renewed an articulation agreement on May 14, 2018.