The Turock School of Arts and Sciences at Keystone College invites applications for a full-time (tenure track) Assistant Professor of Communications to begin Fall 2018. To view the job description for this position, please click the job title.
March is Women’s History Month. Join the Multicultural Affairs and Student Activities Office and commemorate the month with a variety of virtual events.
Each year the Keystone College Hospitality Club hosts a Cupcake Challenge to benefit Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. Professional bakers, home bakers, and junior bakers participate in the event and the public is invited to attend and sample the cupcakes.
Hospitality Business Management students are making great connections while supporting local businesses through its new “Meals with Management” events.
Taking an intersession course during one of our two Winter Intersessions is a great way to earn additional credits toward your degree in just a few weeks!
Public health workers are at a critically low level. Given the current Coronavirus pandemic, these deficiencies are of even greater importance.
Keystone College hosted a talk by Lackawanna County President Judge Michael Barrasse on February 10.
Keystone College has hired Janet Jones and John Gorel to direct the college’s Professional Development Institute.
Formed in 2019, the Institute offers workforce development programs connecting education and employment to provide customized, credentialed, and industry-focused coursework, as well as courses for recreation, leisure, and personal enrichment.
Workplace Environment students are gaining an awareness of the variety of criminal justice, psychology, and social science careers in the region.