From basketball to field hockey and lacrosse, York College of Pennsylvania’s student-athletes are immersed in team cultures that can be seen even as the COVID-19 outbreak forces them to be apart.
The Parliament Arts Organization is partnering with the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission to welcome iconic diversity educator and racism expert Jane Elliott to York County, at 6 p.m. on Monday, September 14. York College of Pennsylvania’s Center for Community Engagement is pleased to co-sponsor this event.
Teachers already have an exceptional amount of responsibility, and when it comes to networking, there typically isn’t enough time in the day. Noble Space, a company that recently acquired space in York College's J.D. Brown Center for Entrepreneurship business incubator, plans to change that.
York College’s Master of Public Policy and Administration (MPPA) graduate program, which prepares students to take on leadership and problem-solving roles within organizations that will develop and administer public policies for the 21st century, will offer a tuition discount to employees of local, state, and federal agencies beginning in Fall 2020.