Friday’s “Centre County Report” featured a story on Penn College’s Transportation Scholars program. The weekly broadcast -- produced by students in the capstone broadcast journalism course in the Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications at Penn State – included an interview with Bradley M. Webb, dean of engineering technologies.
College's Transportation Scholars program featured on 'Centre County Report' Published 03.01.2024 News Students Scholarships Automotive Aviation Collision Repair & Restoration Diesel Truck, Heavy Equipment & Power Generation Engineering Technologies Home Page contents Friday’s “Centre County Report” featured a story on Penn College’s Transportation Scholars program. The weekly broadcast – produced by students in the capstone broadcast journalism course in the Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications …

More than 75% of employers nationwide rate the job market for the Class of 2024 as “good to excellent.” Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Spring Career Fair confirmed that healthy prognosis, delivered by a National Association of Colleges and Employers survey. More than 430 companies, offering thousands of jobs and internships in a range of fields, met with 1,333 students throughout the Feb. 27-28 event, divided between the college’s Bardo Gymnasium and Field House.
Penn College students in great demand at Career Fair Published 03.01.2024 Photos by Cindy D. Meixel, writer/editor-Penn College News News Career Fair Career Services Industry Connections Industry Partnerships Students Alumni News Corporate Donor Home Page contents More than 75% of employers nationwide rate the job market for the Class of 2024 as “good to excellent.” Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Spring Career Fair confirmed that healthy prognosis, delivered by a National Association of Colleges and …

Two Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. employees visited classes recently in architecture and heating, ventilation & air conditioning engineering technology to introduce students to career paths with the company’s virtual design & construction operations group. That team constructs buildings virtually before they are built physically, explained 2011 construction management alumnus Sean Scully, who is a project manager for Whiting-Turner, and Brandon Hurlburt, a VDC manager for the company.
Construction management firm visits architecture, HVAC classes Published 03.01.2024 News Industry Connections Construction Management Architecture Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Alumni News Students Home Page contents Two Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. employees visited classes recently in architecture and heating, ventilation & air conditioning engineering technology to introduce students to career paths with the company’s virtual design & construction operations group. That team constructs …

Pennsylvania College of Technology graphic design alumni captured nine awards in AIGA Baltimore’s 2023 nationwide Flux Student Design Competition. The seven alumni who were honored created their designs during their senior year and graduated in 2023.
Graphic design alumni recognized in national competition Published 02.29.2024 News Graphic Design & Art School of Business, Arts & Sciences News Students Alumni News Faculty & Staff Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology graphic design alumni captured nine awards in AIGA Baltimore’s 2023 nationwide Flux Student Design Competition. “This is a huge win for Penn College Graphic Design, especially considering that we were competing against some of the best art and design schools in the country,” …

In her first three full seasons as the head coach, Angela Stackhouse has built the Pennsylvania College of Technology softball program into a United East Conference powerhouse. Penn College opens its season on Monday against Immaculata University at the Fast Pitch Dreams Classic in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Penn College spotlight on softball Published 02.29.2024 News Wildcat Athletics Athletics Students Home Page contents In her first three full seasons as the head coach, Angela Stackhouse has built the Pennsylvania College of Technology softball program into a United East Conference powerhouse. A 19-5 first season in 2021 produced a conference championship and the program’s first trip to the NCAA Division III playoffs. That was followed by regular-season championships with a 28-9 mark in 2022 and a 31-10 …

Penn College's Diesel Performance Club and its 1959 B-61 Model Mack drag truck were revved up to return to Motorama, the annual motorsports extravaganza held Feb. 17-18 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex. The students enjoyed sharing their passion for Penn College and its diesel technology major with event attendees and showing off their treasured truck. With more than 5,000 participants and 50,000 motorsport spectators, there was plenty of networking to do.
Diesel students rev up to recruit at Motorama Published 02.29.2024 Photos by students Marcayla Lutzkanin & Brandy Heron News Diesel Truck, Heavy Equipment & Power Generation Engineering Technologies Students Community Home Page contents Penn College's Diesel Performance Club officers and their 1959 B-61 Model Mack drag truck at the recent Motorama. From left: Gio A. Barbarossa, of Bridgeville, vice president; Marcayla M. Lutzkanin, Port Carbon, president; TJ Buck, Warminster, treasurer; and Cody J. Sky, …

WNEP-TV visited Penn College on Wednesday to produce a story for the ABC affiliate on the Spring Career Fair. Journalist Mackenzie Auker interviewed Loni N. Kline, senior vice president for college relations, employer representatives and students at the two-day event, which attracted more than 400 employers offering thousands of job and internship opportunities.
Career Fair draws attention from WNEP-TV Published 02.28.2024 Photos by Tom Speicher, writer/video producer News Career Fair Career Services Careers Students Corporate Partnerships Community Community Connections Faculty & Staff Alumni News Home Page contents Mackenzie Auker, a multi-skilled journalist for WNEP-TV, visited Penn College on Wednesday to produce a story for the ABC affiliate on the Spring Career Fair. Auker interviewed Loni N. Kline, senior vice president for college relations, employer …

Among activities held on Pennsylvania College of Technology’s campus to honor February as Black History Month were “Hidden Heroes: An Open Mic Night” and “The Juke Joint.” The gatherings aimed to enlighten students on the rich facets of African American history and connect them in a community of inclusion and diversity.
Students engage in Black History Month events Published 02.28.2024 Photos by Matt Deane, student photographer News Students Campus Events Home Page contents Among activities held on Pennsylvania College of Technology’s campus to honor February as Black History Month were “Hidden Heroes: An Open Mic Night” and “The Juke Joint.” The gatherings aimed to enlighten students on the rich facets of African American history and connect them in a community of inclusion and diversity. “It’s a privilege to celebrate …

Penn College will have four wrestlers ranked among the top eight in their respective weight classes when the action gets underway at 10 a.m. Friday in the NCAA Division III Mideast Regional Championships hosted by RIT in Rochester, New York. The tournament concludes on Saturday.
Penn College wrestlers set for NCAA Regionals Published 02.28.2024 News Athletics Wildcat Athletics Students Home Page contents Penn College will have four wrestlers ranked among the top eight in their respective weight classes when the action gets underway at 10 a.m. Friday in the NCAA Division III Mideast Regional Championships hosted by RIT in Rochester, New York. The tournament concludes on Saturday. Junior Noah Hunt, who has taken the podium twice in regional competition with a fifth in 2022 and a …

An organization promoting sustainable agriculture recently presented a Lifetime Service Award to Chef Michael J. Ditchfield, a 2023 Pennsylvania College of Technology retiree and current part-time instructor. Each year, Pasa Sustainable Agriculture presents Pasabilities Awards to honor farm, community and business leaders who serve as examples for advancing sustainable agriculture through innovation and collaboration.
Penn College chef-instructor receives Lifetime Service Award Published 02.27.2024 News Baking & Culinary Faculty & Staff School of Business, Arts & Sciences News Community Community Connections Home Page contents An organization promoting sustainable agriculture recently presented a Lifetime Service Award to Chef Michael J. Ditchfield, a 2023 Pennsylvania College of Technology retiree and current part-time instructor. Each year, Pasa Sustainable Agriculture presents Pasabilities Awards to honor farm, …