Explore the ways in which you or your business may be able to build a relationship with the College.
The Office of Business Training is a flexible, business-focused department available to assist your company in maintaining a competitive edge.
Special programs for your business are available like LEAN Training, Training for the Hospitality Industry, EEO Training, Mobile Wellness Academy and more.
The Workforce and Economic Development Network of Pennsylvania was created to make companies across the Commonwealth more competitive by updating and improving the skills of their employees to meet specific company needs through training.
Your employees may be able to benefit from Credit for Prior Learning, which offers individuals the opportunity to receive college credit for work or life experiences that equate to college-level knowledge. Click the link below to learn more.
The Student Employment Services and Co-Op Center at the College prepares students and graduates for the workforce by teaching job-search skills, furnishing current employment information and resources, and providing experiential opportunities.
Program advisory committees comprised of employers and other industry experts meet several times a year to assist academic administrators and faculty in maintaining high-quality programs. Members review course content, recommend equipment that is used in their workplaces, provide guidance on industry-recognized certifications, create internships and other on-the-job experiences for current students that keep program current.
The College regularly invites employers to participate in programs that assist students and graduates in learning more about the important industries that support our region. Programs include career fairs, classroom presentations, employer panels, workshops and small group meetings with students. These activities give employers a chance to meet students interested in their industries and who may become valued employees.
Contributions to programs or facilities that support the College’s educational enterprise are always welcome. Contributions may be made toward capital expenditures, such as upgrades to equipment or facilities. In-kind gifts of equipment or furnishings may also be donated. Corporate scholarships have been the mainstay of the College’s scholarship program, which is administered by the College's Educational Foundation.
The College recognizes that part-time adjunct instructors uniquely prepare students for the workforce or further education by providing varied teaching styles supplemented with industry experience. For this reason, the College regularly hires subject matter experts as adjunct faculty.
PA CareerLink®, located within the College’s Workforce Entry Center at the Marple Campus, is a one-stop resource center connecting job seekers with employers through technology and individual assistance. PA CareerLink® serves employers in the region through a variety of offerings.