The Penn College Fund
The Penn College Fund is comprised of hundreds of annual gifts from Pennsylvania College of Technology's loyal alumni, employees, retirees, and friends. These contributions provide scholarship support, purchase state-of-the-art lab equipment, and fund student travel to provide hands-on experiences in real-world environments.
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DESIGNATE YOUR GIFT to support an area of the College that you feel passionate about such as:
- Scholarship support
- Unrestricted use (where institutional need is greatest)
- An academic school or program of study
Make a TRIBUTE GIFT to honor or memorialize someone dear to you, such as a family member, friend, co-worker, student, faculty member, or mentor. Contact us to establish a specific memorial fund.
You may be able to double, or even triple, the value of your contribution if you or your spouse are employed by a company that offers a MATCHING GIFT PROGRAM. Ask about a matching gift program at your employer's human resources or benefits department, complete the matching gift form, and send it to us. Or, let us know where you work and we will tell you how to acquire the necessary forms.
Pennsylvania College of Technology
Office of Annual Giving, DIF 62
One College Avenue
Williamsport, PA 17701-5799
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Phone: 1-866-GIVE-2-PC (toll-free)
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degrees that work.
Lee Gable, ’02, construction management
Lee obtained a Master of Divinity degree from Wartburg Theological Seminary in 2013 and was ordained as a pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. He serves as pastor to the New Centerville Lutheran Parish in Rockwood, PA.
Lee continues to use his Penn College degree in this new role. Many congregations have entered a time of evaluating energy efficiency and Lee has been researching how they might invest in energy efficiency within their facilities. The mission team is also excited to have his electrical stills on board. Lee's construction management training has allowed him to look at planning and scheduling from a different point of view within the life of the parish. He has enjoyed seeing how skills from one vocation translate into others. Lee also had the opportunity to share his Penn College experience with a member of his parish who was interested in studying heavy construction and has since enrolled as a student at the Earth Science Center.
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