Penn College physical therapist assistant students visited The Williamsport Home, where they provided two 30-minute activity sessions for residents in the home’s independent living apartments. Each year, students select a community organization or event they would like to work with as part of a yearlong service-learning project. This year, the Class of 2024 voted to provide exercise and wellness sessions to older adults in area long-term care facilities.
PTA students engage older adults in activity, wellness Published 02.21.2024 Photos by Jennifer Cline, writer/magazine editor News Physical Therapist Assistant Nursing & Health Sciences Community Community Involvement Home Page contents Residents of The Williamsport Home keep the balloon afloat during a competitive game. Refereeing are Madison N. Racine (left), of Hamburg, and Marlee M. Swank, of Elysburg. Penn College physical therapist assistant students visited The Williamsport Home, where they provided …

In the spotlight for the first time at the Community Arts Center was the Billtown Brawl, matching Pennsylvania College of Technology's wrestling team against Lycoming College. Touted as the first-of-its-kind event in central Pennsylvania, with NCAA-division wrestlers battling it out on a theater stage, the contest drew a crowd exceeding 350 to the downtown Williamsport venue.
Epic athletics event in arts center spotlight Published 02.20.2024 Photos by Ralph Wilson, Athletics freelance photographer; Conor Fry, student photographer; Rick Mahonski, wrestling fan; and Pankil Chander, head wrestling coach News Wildcat Athletics Athletics Students Faculty & Staff Community Home Page contents An epic event in an historic setting, the Billtown Brawl shines in the Community Arts Center spotlight. (And there's a glimpse of the Penn College Wildcat on the far right of this photo.) In the …

Groff Tractor & Equipment is the latest Corporate Tomorrow Maker to visit the Schneebeli Earth Science Center to showcase its new equipment and technology to Pennsylvania College of Technology’s diesel, heavy equipment and power generation students. GT&E brought along a new John Deere 320 P-Tier backhoe and also engaged students in a classroom session on connected support and a diesel trivia contest.
GT&E visit empowers students at Earth Science Center Published 02.20.2024 Photos by Alexandra Butler, photographer/photo editor News Diesel Truck, Heavy Equipment & Power Generation Corporate Tomorrow Makers Corporate Partnerships Engineering Technologies Students Faculty & Staff Alumni News Home Page contents Thanks to a visit by Groff Tractor & Equipment, a new John Deere 320 P-Tier backhoe commands attention at Penn College's Earth Science Center. Groff Tractor & Equipment is the latest Corporate …

More than 90 aviation students experienced a Gulfstream G280 business jet last week, thanks to an alumnus and his employer: Constellation Brands Inc. Patrick Herring, who received an aviation maintenance technician certificate from the college in 2000, arranged for the twin-engine jet to travel from Rochester, New York, to the Lumley Aviation Center.
Business jet makes inspiring sojourn to Aviation Center Published 02.20.2024 Photos by Alexandra Butler, photographer/photo editor News Aviation Engineering Technologies Students Faculty & Staff Corporate Partnerships Corporate Relations Home Page contents Enjoying their moment in the sun with the Gulfstream G280 business jet are these aviation students (from left): Evan C. Kownurko, of Washington Crossing; Steven M. Gautsch, of East Berlin; and Christian J. Van Houten, of Tunkhannock. More than 90 …

Garrett D. Corneliussen gained more than a job from his education at Pennsylvania College of Technology. He secured a career: One he hopes will make a difference for society. The 2017 welding & fabrication engineering technology graduate believes his latest position offers strong potential to meet that lofty objective. Corneliussen is the founding engineer for manufacturing at Reframe Systems, a company that aims to build attainable net-zero modular homes at massive scale.
Penn College welding grad ‘engineers’ career success Published 02.19.2024 Photos courtesy Reframe Systems News Alumni News Alumni Feature Welding & Metal Fabrication Engineering Technologies Home Page contents Garrett D. Corneliussen gained more than a job from his education at Pennsylvania College of Technology. He secured a career: One he hopes will make a difference for society. The 2017 welding & fabrication engineering technology graduate believes his latest position offers strong potential to meet …

Two employer information tables are planned this Thursday by Gettle Inc. and High Construction Co. Penn College students and alumni seeking employment or internships should step up to the table. And don't forget your resume!
Two for 2/22! Employer info tables on tap Thursday Published 02.19.2024 News Career Services Students Engineering Technologies Alumni News Home Page contents Two employer information tables are set for this Thursday, and Penn College students and alumni looking for employment opportunities and internships should step on up. And bring your resume!  Coordinated by Penn College Career Services , the pop-up recruiting tables are as follows:  Gettle Inc. – 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 22; Electrical …

Pennsylvania College of Technology is engaged in an Education Trade Mission in India, promoting higher education at events in five cities in southern India. The outreach has attracted considerable interest from higher education partners, students and media in India. Representing Penn College on the mission are Anthony J. Pace, associate vice president for enrollment and academic operations, and Patrick Marty, chief government and international relations officer.
Education Trade Mission in India attracts media interest Published 02.19.2024 Photos by Daijiworld.com News Study Abroad Faculty & Staff New Students Home Page contents Anthony J. Pace (left), associate vice president for enrollment and academic operations, and Patrick Marty (center), chief government and international relations officer, meet with a representative at St. Aloysius College, in Mangaluru, India. Pennsylvania College of Technology is engaged in an Education Trade Mission in India, promoting …

The delicious duo of beer and food was explored at the first “Cooking with Class: Meet the Brew Masters” event, held recently in Le Jeune Chef Restaurant on Pennsylvania College of Technology's campus. The evening featured a reception, a tour of the college’s brewing & fermentation science lab, and a three-course dinner paired with beers provided by New Trail Brewing. Proceeds from the gathering are supporting the brewing & fermentation science major.
'Meet the Brew Masters' curates delicious benefit Published 02.19.2024 Photos courtesy of Ana Gonzalez-White, college relations officer News Brewing & Fermentation Science Baking & Culinary Business, Arts & Sciences Faculty & Staff Industry Partnerships Home Page contents The delicious duo of beer and food was explored at the first “Cooking with Class: Meet the Brew Masters” event, held recently in Le Jeune Chef Restaurant on Pennsylvania College of Technology's campus. The evening featured a reception, a …

The Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s basketball team made Saturday as super as it was being billed by posting its first playoff win since 2010. As a result, the fourth-seeded Wildcats earned a shot at top-seeded Penn State Harrisburg at 5 p.m. on Monday in a United East Volt Division semifinal.
Penn College men reach basketball semis Published 02.18.2024 News Athletics Wildcat Athletics Students Home Page contents The Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s basketball team made Saturday as super as it was being billed by posting its first playoff win since 2010. As a result, the fourth-seeded Wildcats earned a shot at top-seeded Penn State Harrisburg at 5 p.m. on Monday in a United East Volt Division semifinal. The Wildcats completed their regular season on Wednesday at Gallaudet University with …

Pennsylvania College of Technology’s baking and pastry arts faculty, joined by nine students, presented several educational sessions at the two-day Artisan Bakery Expo East, held at the Atlantic City Convention Center in New Jersey.
Penn College faculty present seminars at Artisan Bakery Expo Published 02.16.2024 News Faculty & Staff Business, Arts & Sciences Events Baking & Culinary Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology’s baking and pastry arts faculty, joined by nine students, presented several educational sessions at the two-day Artisan Bakery Expo East, held at the Atlantic City Convention Center in New Jersey. Chef Charles R. Niedermyer, instructor of baking and pastry arts/culinary arts, presented seminars titled …