On the morning of May 7, 2020, Juliet Hilburn, the Student Success Specialist for the Northern Pennsylvania Regional College, and Colleen Motter, the Admissions Counselor for the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville, met at Patty’s Bakery in Titusville. The two representatives joined forces to pick up an order of 20 dozen freshly baked and individually wrapped donuts to deliver to local health care facilities.
“We are so proud to be a new part of the Titusville community and to have the opportunity to show our appreciation for the healthcare workers who work around the clock to keep us all safe,” Hilburn shared. “Thank you so much to Patty’s Bakery and Pitt Titusville for helping us give back.”
The health care facilities that received donut deliveries included the Titusville Area Hospital, EmergyCare, Titusville ExpressCare, and UPMC Northwest in Seneca. NPRC offers general education courses for the nursing program at Pitt-Titusville and will be a partner at Pitt-Titusville’s Education and Training Hub, where their six Associate degree programs will be offered.
NPRC is consistently committed to serving our community. Recently, we partnered with Warren County Frist Responders to offer an online webinar delivering PPE and decontamination training to over 80 local emergency medical personnel. When we’re not busy educating students throughout the region, we are always considering new ways we can assist with the region’s workforce, as well as its economic growth. Due to the current public health crisis, it has never been more important to get involved and share knowledge with those who can save lives. We feel this valuable training now stands to benefit the public safety of other counties throughout the region. If you have a need for first responder training, please contact us to discuss how we may be able to assist you.