Pennsylvania College of Technology has been recognized as a U.S. Department of Labor Registered Apprenticeship Program Sponsor. The college’s advanced manufacturing apprenticeships are already registered through the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry; the federal designation provides an additional and elevated status. Apprenticeships help companies train existing workers to fill skills gaps and are a powerful tool for growing the American economy.
College attains federal ‘Registered Apprenticeship’ status Published 03.26.2024 News Workforce Development Apprenticeship Technology Faculty & Staff Industry Connections Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology has been recognized as a U.S. Department of Labor Registered Apprenticeship Program Sponsor. “Attaining national Registered Apprenticeship status is a significant milestone that underscores Pennsylvania College of Technology’s leadership in applied technology education,” said Michael J. …

Tune in to WBRE’s “Eyewitness News Daybreak” Wednesday morning for live broadcasts from Penn College’s Le Jeune Chef Restaurant. WBRE’s Sydney Kostus is set to visit the restaurant, where she will interview culinary arts students live at 5, 5:30, 6 and 6:30 a.m. Recorded segments will also be broadcast on WBRE’s “Eyewitness News” later in the day.
WBRE to broadcast live Wednesday morning from Le Jeune Chef Published 03.26.2024 News Baking & Culinary Business, Arts & Sciences Students Home Page contents Tune in to WBRE ’s “Eyewitness News Daybreak” Wednesday morning for live broadcasts from Penn College’s Le Jeune Chef Restaurant. WBRE’s Sydney Kostus is set to visit the restaurant, where she will interview culinary arts students live at 5, 5:30, 6 and 6:30 a.m. The students are enrolled in the American Regional Cuisines class, which is preparing a …

A manufacturer of fiber optic and copper network cabling has endowed a scholarship at Pennsylvania College of Technology. Leviton recently presented the college with a $25,000 gift to establish the scholarship. The donation places the company – a Corporate Tomorrow Maker – in the Ambassadors Society ($25,000-$49,999) on the college’s Donor Wall.
Manufacturing company endows scholarship at Penn College Published 03.26.2024 News Corporate Tomorrow Makers Scholarships Engineering Technologies Polymer Engineering Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology Students New Students Home Page contents A manufacturer of fiber optic and copper network cabling has endowed a scholarship at Pennsylvania College of Technology. Leviton recently presented the college with a $25,000 gift to establish the scholarship. The donation places the company – a Corporate …

Preparations for Baja SAE Williamsport are ramping up at Penn College’s Heavy Construction Equipment Operations Site in Brady Township. Last week, excavators, bulldozers, haul trucks and rollers dominated the landscape. The competition is scheduled for May 16-19, with 100 collegiate teams from 31 states, the District of Columbia, Brazil and Canada.
Site prep ramps up for Baja SAE Williamsport Published 03.25.2024 Photos by Christopher J. Leigh, video producer; Tom Speicher, writer/video producer; and Bradley M. Webb, dean of engineering technologies News Baja SAE Baja SAE Competition Diesel Truck, Heavy Equipment & Power Generation Automated Manufacturing & Machining Corporate Tomorrow Makers Home Page contents Shale excavating begins at Penn College's Heavy Construction Equipment Operations Training Site. Preparations for Baja SAE Williamsport are …

The regular spring seasons have wrapped up for four of the college’s esports teams and three of them — Valorant, Overwatch 2 and Rocket League — will step into playoff action the week of April 1. The Valorant team is seeded No. 1, the Overwatch 2 team is seeded No. 2 and the Rocket League team is seeded No. 3.
Spotlight on sports: Three esports teams head to playoffs Published 03.24.2024 News Athletics Wildcat Athletics Students Home Page contents ESPORTS The regular spring seasons have wrapped up for four of the college’s esports teams and three of them — Valorant, Overwatch 2 and Rocket League — will step into playoff action the week of April 1. The Valorant team is seeded No. 1, the Overwatch 2 team is seeded No. 2 and the Rocket League team is seeded No. 3. Team managers recently assessed their regular …

An Emergency Medical Technician course that begins the week of Aug. 19 is accepting registrations. Offered by Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Workforce Development, the course will prepare students who are interested in enrolling in Workforce Development’s paramedic certificate program starting on Jan. 6, 2025. The Emergency Medical Technician course will be offered at three locations. Seating is limited.
EMT course, paramedic program accepting applications Published 03.22.2024 News Workforce Development New Students Penn College at Wellsboro Home Page contents An Emergency Medical Technician course that begins the week of Aug. 19 is accepting registrations. Offered by Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Workforce Development, the course will prepare students who are interested in enrolling in Workforce Development’s paramedic certificate program starting on Jan. 6, 2025. The Emergency Medical Technician …

A wide range of majors are being recruited the week of March 25, with the next lineup of "pop-up" recruiting tables coordinated by Penn College Career Services. Students looking for employment opportunities and internships are invited to stop by and connect with their future options.
Employers seeking culinary, business, engineering majors Published 03.22.2024 News Career Services Students Engineering Technologies Alumni News Home Page contents A wide range of majors are being recruited the week of March 25, with the next lineup of "pop-up" recruiting tables coordinated by Penn College Career Services . Students looking for employment opportunities and internships are invited to stop by and connect with their future options. Beck's Bistro – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, March 25, in the …

The Automated Manufacturing, Welding & Metal Fabrication Recruitment Day drew 24 employers and 111 students to Pennsylvania College of Technology’s welding lab on Wednesday. The expansive space, believed to be the largest welding facility in higher education nationwide, buzzed with connection.
Welding lab sparks 'Recruitment Day' connections Published 03.22.2024 Photos by Matt Deane, student photographer News Engineering Technologies Welding & Metal Fabrication Automated Manufacturing & Machining Students Industry Connections Career Services Home Page contents Looking hopeful, Thomas L. McGinn Jr., a freshman in welding & fabrication engineering technology from Pottstown, converses with representatives of High Steel Structures. The Automated Manufacturing, Welding & Metal Fabrication Recruitment …

State Education Secretary Khalid N. Mumin visited Pennsylvania College of Technology on Thursday, receiving a tour of the impressive facilities and gaining a firsthand look at the institution’s innovative and effective approach to preparing the next generation of tomorrow makers.
State education secretary tours Penn College Published 03.21.2024 Photos by Cindy D. Meixel, writer/editor-Penn College News News Engineering Technologies Nursing & Health Sciences Business, Arts & Sciences Students Faculty & Staff Home Page contents Penn College President Michael J. Reed (left) joins State Education Secretary Khalid N. Mumin on a tour of campus Thursday. State Education Secretary Khalid N. Mumin visited Pennsylvania College of Technology on Thursday, receiving a tour of the impressive …

Pennsylvania College of Technology is the recipient of a $5,523 grant dedicated to a campus and community landmark. Grant dollars were awarded from the Williamsport-Lycoming Flags Across America Designated Fund at the First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania for the perpetual care of the 1,800-square-foot American flag that graces the college’s main entrance.
Penn College awarded grant for American flag Published 03.21.2024 News Community Community Involvement Best Colleges for Veterans Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology recently received a $5,523 grant from the Williamsport-Lycoming Flags Across America Designated Fund at the First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania for the perpetual care of the 1,800-square-foot American flag that towers above the school’s main entrance. Pennsylvania College of Technology is the recipient of a …