Her path to Penn College
|High School||North Penn Mansfield High School|
|Penn College Dual Enrollment Courses:||CAD120, ENG111, and BTC103|
|Penn College Majors:||Architecture and Residential Construction|
Growing up just an hour away, Ashley was familiar with Penn College. She was drawn to a hands-on style of learning and liked the idea of going to college close to home.
Penn College Dual Enrollment courses introduced her to architecture and residential construction. Her advice to others is to believe in yourself. You can do anything you set your mind to. She's taking that advice to heart as she pursues dual degrees in architecture and residential construction.
I took Autocad, English Composition I, and Construction Hand & Power Tools. All of them guided me toward picking my program at Penn College. I had a hard time choosing between architecture and residential construction, so I chose both. I am going for a dual degree in both programs with an AX and BRM.
I have always wanted to go to Penn College since I was younger. I chose it because it was a close, hands-on school that offered the majors I wanted. It was also a great way to go to college for what I specifically wanted, Architecture and Residential Construction.
Yes, I received one scholarship through Penn College for being enrolled in the BRM program. I also received one from my high school for being a student going into the trades.
My favorite part of Penn College is the amount of greenery on campus and the different walking paths.
Yes, I am in the Penn College Architecture Club, the Penn College Women in Construction Club (PCWIC), the Penn College Alliance, and the Gamers Guild.
After I graduate from Penn College with an associate's in Architecture I plan on returning for a bachelor's in Residential Construction.
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