Architecture alum featured in WVIA's 'Careers That Work' series

Published 05.20.2022

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Kalvin-Gold joins co-workers Visco (left) and Eric E. Laughrey, who graduated from Penn College in 2001 with a degree in architectural technology.Haley M. Kalvin-Gold, who earned an associate degree in architectural technology during the spring semester, is profiled in a new video posted to WVIA's "Careers That Work" playlist. Kalvin-Gold, an architectural technician with Anthony H. Visco Jr. Architects in Williamsport, takes viewers through a day in the life of a drafter – a career that supports architecture, civil engineering, electrical work, manufacturing and construction.

Kalvin-Gold, on a site visit to the Muncy Bank & Trust Co. offices under construction in South Williamsport."We do a range of things," says Kalvin-Gold, who will return to campus in the fall in pursuit of a bachelor's in building science and sustainable design: architectural technology concentration. "From projects and visits and field measuring to drafting, modeling in 3D and 2D, and creating hand sketches."

Visco, who also appears in the video, earned his associate degree in architectural technology from Penn College predecessor Williamsport Area Community College and is a member of the School of Engineering Technologies' Architectural Technology Advisory Committee.