In 2017-18, 16 new scholarships were established through Penn College and the Penn College Foundation.
Published December 6, 2018
Zachary Bigelow Memorial Scholarship was established by Carolyn Miele in memory of her son to benefit an incoming student enrolling in a hospitality major.
Clark Associates Scholarship was established by Clark Associates to benefit full-time students residing in Lancaster, York, Lebanon or Dauphin counties who are enrolled in the schools of Business & Hospitality; Construction & Design Technologies; Industrial, Computing & Engineering Technologies; or Sciences, Humanities & Visual Communications.
Compass Group North America Scholarship was established by the group to benefit full-time students enrolled in the School of Business & Hospitality who have completed two semesters with a GPA of 3.0 and demonstrate financial need. Recipients must have home residences in Lycoming, Clinton, Union, Tioga, Bradford, Sullivan, Columbia, Montour, Northumberland or Potter counties.
Coventry Foundation Scholarship was established by the Coventry Foundation to benefit full-time automotive restoration technology students who express interest in British cars.
Diversity in Manufacturing – Ball Corp. Scholarship was established by the corporation to benefit a female, veteran or minority student enrolled in a STEM-related academic program. First preference is given to a student in mechatronics engineering technology who has successfully completed his or her first year and has a home residence in Bucks, Philadelphia or Montgomery county.
Charles M. Flaig Memorial Scholarship was established by Donna Flaig in memory of her husband to benefit a student who resides in Lycoming, Clinton or Centre county and is enrolled, or planning to enroll, as a full-time or part-time student in the associate-degree programs of building construction technology; building construction technology: masonry emphasis; electrical technology; heating, ventilation and air conditioning technology; or welding technology, or in a certificate of electrical occupations, plumbing, welding or residential builder. Preference is given to a veteran student and/or a student with high financial need.
Ford ASSET Grant for Student Support Scholarship was established by Ford Motor Co. to benefit full-time students in the Ford ASSET major with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Nicholas John Guglielmi Memorial Scholarship was established by Salvatore Guglielmi and his family in memory of his son to benefit a full-time student in construction management who has successfully completed two semesters with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
Molly M. Logue Hospitality Scholarship was established by Logue’s family and friends to benefit full-time students from Lycoming County who are enrolled in a hospitality major.
Manufacturing Tomorrow’s Leaders – Ball Corp. Scholarship was established by the corporation to benefit students enrolled in the mechatronics engineering technology program who have successfully completed their first year, have a home residence in Bucks, Philadelphia or Montgomery counties, and have leadership qualities, as demonstrated by involvement in a club, organization or volunteer work.
Andrew & Theresa Mattie Scholarship was established by Raymond Mattie in honor of his parents to benefit full-time students from Lycoming County who have successfully completed two semesters of postsecondary study and are enrolled in an associate-degree program.
David and LuAnn Shifter Annual Scholarship for Power Generation was established by the Shifters to benefit an incoming freshman with a demonstrated financial need who is enrolled in on-site power generation, and the David and LuAnn Shifter Endowed Scholarship for Power Generation was established by the Shifters to benefit an incoming freshman with a demonstrated financial need who is enrolled in on-site power generation.
Susquehanna Valley Corvette Club Foundation Endowed Scholarship was established by the Susquehanna Valley Corvette Club Foundation to benefit first-year students in automotive technology, automotive service sales and marketing, collision repair technology or automotive restoration technology who rank in the top 50 percent of their high school graduating class and reside in Bradford, Clinton, Lycoming, Montour, Northumberland, Potter, Snyder, Sullivan, Tioga or Union counties.
Toter Scholar Scholarship was established by Toter LLC to benefit students who interned or are scheduled to intern at a Toter facility, are enrolled full time in the plastics and polymer technology or plastics and polymer engineering technology majors, may have interest or experience in rotational molding, and are female, are of Hispanic or Latino ethnicity, or are on active U.S. military duty, a U.S. military veteran or a dependent of either.
Watsontown Brick Co. Scholarship was established by the company to benefit students who are enrolled in residential construction technology and management: building construction technology–masonry concentration, or building construction technology: masonry emphasis, have completed two semesters with a GPA of 3.25 or higher, and have a demonstrated financial need.