Fox-56 recently featured a segment on Keystone College's glass blowing workshop. John Gorel, Director of the Professional Development Institute, was interviewed about the class. Watch the segment. More News
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Keystone College glass at Harlan Rowe Middle School
Keystone College Instructor, Michael Swanson offered a glass blowing demonstration at Harlon Roe Middle School, which was recently featured in the Daily Review newspaper. Read the article More News
Lumberton’s Brayboy signs with Keystone soccer
Mia Brayboy from Lumberton, N.C., recently signed with Keystone College to play women's soccer. Read the article. More News
Professor Jeff Brauer, guest columnist for The Times-Tribune
Professor Jeff Brauer was recently featured as a guest columnist in the Times-Tribune opinion section, commenting about President Biden and the 2022 mid-term elections. Read the column (subscription required) More news
Keystone College Inspired Leadership: John F. Pullo, Sr.
Keystone College Interim President John Pullo was featured in the December issue of Happenings Magazine. Read the story. More News
Veteran education extremely important
The Wyoming County Examiner featured an article on Keystone's Veteran's Day luncheon. Executive Director for Enrollment Bob Reese discussed the importance of veteran education and how Keystone has opportunities for our service men and women to seek out resources to...
Veterans Stand Together opens location at Keystone College
Human Resources Director and Veterans Outreach Coordinator Daron Hogan and Veterans Stand Together representatives were recently interviewed for a WVIA News segment. The national nonprofit, called VST, recently opened its East Coast headquarters at Keystone College....
Keystone College hosts luncheon for veterans
WNEP-TV featured a segment on Keystone College's 17th Annual Veterans Day Luncheon. View the segment More News
De-stress with ‘Doggy Therapy’ at Keystone
The Wyoming County Examiner recently featured an article about Keystone's Doggy De-Stress day with the Student Government Association and the Counseling and Well-Being Center on Thursday afternoon inside Keystone’s Giants Den. Read the article. (Subscription required)...
Wolf announces more than $5M for area groups
Camp Freedom received funds to build classroom space for adults to take classes through Keystone College. Read more in this article that originally appeared in the Scranton Times-Tribune. More News