York County Vocational Education Resources
Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC), York Campus
HACC's mission is to foster educational, cultural, work force development, and economic growth in the communities it serves. The college offers coursework and degree programs for recent high school graduates, adult students, and career advancement.
Penn State University, York Campus
Faculty work closely with students in small classes and often involve them in their research. Staff provides both academic and social support through a variety of services, programs, and activities.
In addition to bachelor and associate degree programs Penn State York offers an extensive continuing education program with a range of topics including business, paralegal, computers and technology.
York College offers state-of-the-art facilities, vigorous curricula and hands-on instruction. The college offers bachelors degree programs as well as master's degree programs.
For those with an entrepreneurial spirit York College just opened the J.D. Brown Center for Entrepreneurship. The Center enables students, entrepreneurs, and business owners to acquire or further develop basic entrepreneurial skills, access various support programs, and build relationships.
York County School of Technology
The York County School of Technology is dedicated to providing a program of high quality, cutting-edge technical training integrated with a strong academic education and an emphasis on critical thinking, problem-solving, decision-making, and team-building skills.
The York County School of Technology curriculum is closely tied to the needs of business and industry. Local business and industry advisor guide program development to assure that the curriculum and equipment match the needs and standards of employers.
Regional Education Alliances
York County Alliance for Learning (YCAL)
YCAL is an alliance of education, business and civic organizations whose goal is to facilitate the development of a high quality, relevant workforce. Their mission is to manage shared resources (people, programs, information, and funds) defined by our schools, workplaces, and community partnerships to facilitate the development of a high quality, relevant workforce.
Manufacturer's Association of South Central Pennsylvania (MASCPA)
The is a regional employers' organization with more than 350 member companies located within South-Central Pennsylvania and Northern Maryland. Founded with the strength of the region's industrial roots in 1906, we are an advocate for manufacturing and related industries.