Elizabethtown College was recently awarded a $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation to launch the Center for Equity and Sustainability in Engineering, in partnership with Vermont’s Greenway Institute.
East Stroudsburg University and Widener Law Commonwealth finalized a partnership Thursday to offer students the opportunity to complete their undergraduate and law degrees in six years.
Starting Oct. 17, Elizabethtown College's School for Graduate and Professional Studies will launch a Family Business Graduate and Entrepreneurship Certificate.
The state Department of Agriculture is looking for applicants for $500,000 in PA Farm Bill Agriculture & Youth Grants for programs aimed at preparing youth for agricultural jobs.
As saving for retirement becomes more challenging or less of a priority for many workers across the country, a provision in the SECURE Act 2.0 will help make effective retirement contributions a reality for many younger workers.
It’s a Monday morning and Nathan Bonslaver is going camping.
The owner of a Camp Hill business that plans corporate meetings and conferences, weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, graduation parties and more won the $8,000 grand prize in the pitch competition held June 9 to culminate the first Capital Region Multicultural Small Business Innovation Lab, sponsored by M&T Bank.
A Cumberland County farm family that raises Wagyu beef counts on its quality standards and work ethic to meet the public’s needs. That work ethic is now pointing the Shuster family to join with other local small businesses to bring high quality products to one shop at the family’s Eleven Oaks Farms, Newville.
The 2022 tax season is nearing its end, meaning that accounting firms will begin to empty as staff earn a much-needed break from extended hours and crunch time leading up to Tax Day on April 18th.
The Downtown Hershey Association (DHA) has appointed Melissa Miller as its new executive director.
More than 40 volunteers from commercial construction companies introduced middle schoolers to the various careers open to them during a hands-on learning day.
This week, Sarah Knehr was named the 2021 KCA Top Young Leader by Keystone Contractors Association.