Spanish Classes with HALSA
Tuesday, August 16th, 6:00 PM EDT
The Hispanic and Latino Student Association (HALSA) at Central Penn College is partnering with the Latino Hispanic American Community Center (LHACC) to offer Spanish classes that are tailored to nurses working with Spanish-speaking patients. Students will get to practice listening and speaking with each other and with instructors who are either certified Spanish educators or native Spanish speakers. Questions can be directed to [email protected].
Classes will be held Tuesdays at 6:00 pm from August 16 through September 20. They will be online via Zoom (link to be emailed after registration).
Central Penn College is a small private college in Central Pennsylvania offering nine bachelor of science degree programs, seven associate in science degree programs, three associate in applied science degree programs, a master of professional studies degree program and a post secondary certificate program.
Since 1881, Central Penn has been a leader in delivering career-focused education to students in Pennsylvania and beyond. With an average student to teacher ratio of 15 to 1, students are family to us and will never feel like “just a number” at our institution.
Central Penn’s career-relevant programs are taught by supportive faculty with real-world experience. Accelerated 11-week terms and a year-round schedule enable students to complete a bachelor’s degree in three years, if they go full-time during each term. Students enjoy small class sizes, hands-on learning and a variety of convenient course formats, including day, evening, in-person, online and hybrid classes.