‘And the Engagie goes to …’

Published 05.23.2024

Photos by Matt Deane, student photographer

Student Engagement
Clubs & Organizations
The honorees in attendance at the Student Leadership & Involvement Awards gather on the patio of the Thompson Professional Development Center for a finale photo.

Winner of the “Engagies” were announced at the Student Leadership & Involvement Awards, a cherished tradition among the end-of-academic-year festivities at Pennsylvania College of Technology. 

Hosted by the Office of Student Engagement in the Thompson Professional Development Center, the gathering honored student leaders, their mentors and the student organizations who make an impressive and positive impact on campus and in the community. Also at the event, Student Leader Legacy Scholarships (supported by the SGA Auction) were presented.

Below the list of honorees, enjoy a few photos from the celebration.

Student Leader Legacy Scholarship:

Elvis Garcia
Kellor Schooley
Jashonda Scott

Outstanding Philanthropy Project:

The Mission for Family Promise, organized by United Campus Ministry and the Cheer Team

Outstanding Community Service Program:

The White Deer Run Community Outreach Program from the Student American Dental Hygienists' Association

Fraternity Scholar of the Year:

Mason Horner – Sigma Pi Fraternity

Fraternity Academic Achievement Award:

Sigma Pi Fraternity

Penn College Community Betterment Program of the Year:

Alpha Chi, for their program Stride with Alpha Chi 5K

Emerging Student Leader of the Year:

Rachael Lamb

Most Improved Student Organization of the Year:

Student American Dental Hygienists’ Association
United Campus Ministry

New Program of the Year:

Penn College Business Club

Unsung Hero of the Year:

Jacob Krautheim

Outstanding Program of the Year:

United Campus Ministry, Arc Prayer Group and Christian Ministry International for Rise Up, Penn College!

Student Leader of the Year:

Kellor Schooley

Advisor of the Year:

Katie Burke, Student Veteran Organization

Senator of the Year:

Leah Brown

Members of the Student American Dental Hygienists' Association are photographed with Ashlee C. Felix, assistant director of student engagement. SADHA received Outstanding Community Service Program and was also one of two clubs honored as Most Improved Student Organization of the Year.
Jacob Krautheim receives the Unsung Hero of the Year award from Nat G. Santaella, coordinator of student engagement.
Sigma Pi Fraternity is recognized with the Fraternity Academic Achievement Award.
Student Leader of the Year Kellor Schooley is all smiles with Allison A. Grove, director of student engagement.
Emerging Student Leader of the Year Rachael Lamb accepts her award from Felix.
On the patio after the ceremony, Advisor of the Year Katie Burke is joined by members of the Student Veteran Organization.
United Campus Ministry members celebrate their three honors: Outstanding Philanthropy Project, Most Improved Student Organization of the Year and Outstanding Program of the Year.