The bank sponsored the Open Performance Mares class at the 2018 American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show last week in Oklahoma City. The World Show brings more than 4,400 competitors from the U.S., Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Switzerland, and the U.K. to compete for 99 world championship titles.
“We are proud to sponsor this year’s Open Performance Mares class at the World Show, where the top quarter horses in the world compete,” said Anthony C. Weagley, CEO of Malvern Bank, National Association. “This sponsorship is in line with our commitment to serve the equestrian industry by combining our knowledge of horses and financial services.
“On behalf of the Bank, along with Blue Mountain Quarter Horses, Kristy’s Quarter Horses, Castle Ranch and Pait Show Horses, I want to congratulate all qualifiers and competitors on a strong 2018 season!”
Since launching the Equestrian Affinity Program, Malvern Bank has been able to provide financial services to individuals and businesses within the equestrian industry.
The college is one of only three community colleges to have received a grant from the Department of Education’s Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language program this fiscal year. The two-year grant of $95,658 will allow the college to improve practical Spanish language and cultural knowledge throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania.
The project’s goals are to expand access to Spanish language and cultural education and enhance employment options for students in professional fields with demand for workers with Spanish language and cultural knowledge. Key academic components of the grant include creation of Open Educational Resources (OER) for introductory and intermediate Spanish courses and a new certificate program in Spanish for the Professions.
The OER would eliminate textbook costs for students in these courses and will be piloted during year two of the grant with expansion into other sections in the future. The grant also allows for training for Spanish faculty members who will teach using the OER.
Culinary Arts Open House
Are you interested in a career in culinary arts? Don’t miss your chance to get a flavor for the field at Delaware County Community College’s Culinary Arts Open House on Wednesday, Nov. 14 from 6-8 PM. The event is free and open to the public and will be held in the cafeteria at the college’s Brandywine Campus, located within the Technical College High School on Boot Road in Downingtown.
Click here to register to attend or call 610-723-4000.
Paralegal Career Night
Interested in the paralegal field? Learn about Delaware County Community College’s Paralegal Studies certificate and associate degree programs at Paralegal Career Night.
Both programs are approved by the American Bar Association and include a combination of academic courses, internship opportunities, and workshops focused on helping students find gainful employment.
Paralegal Career Night will be held on Thursday, Nov. 15, beginning promptly at 6 PM in the Small Auditorium in the Academic Building on the Marple Campus.
Click here to register or call 610-723-4000.