A trio of collision repair technology graduates from 2006 recently returned to campus to address students in the Collision Repair Operations class taught by Eric D. Pruden, instructor of automotive technology. Ryan M. Arnold, Lanessa (Satteson) Taylor and Gilberto Alicea “shared their experiences in the collision repair industry and encouraged the students to find their place in the industry,” according to Pruden.
Collision repair alumni visit campus, encourage students Published 03.20.2024 News Alumni News Collision Repair & Restoration Engineering Technologies Students Home Page contents A trio of collision repair technology graduates from 2006 recently returned to campus to address students in the Collision Repair Operations class taught by Eric D. Pruden, instructor of automotive technology. Ryan M. Arnold, Lanessa (Satteson) Taylor and Gilberto Alicea “shared their experiences in the collision repair industry …

Two Pennsylvania College of Technology welding students and their faculty member were among those traveling to Harrisburg in support of Penn State’s Capital Day on Monday. Capital Day, the single-largest day of advocacy, offers Penn Staters the opportunity to use their voices to speak up in support of the university’s state funding and highlight Penn State’s positive impact on the commonwealth.
Penn College students, faculty advocate at 'Capital Day' Published 03.19.2024 Photos provided News Students Faculty & Staff Community Involvement Home Page contents Joining Penn State President Neeli Bendapudi (on left), Penn College welding & fabrication engineering technology seniors Karis A. Hudson and Nikolas J. Harnish, and their faculty member Ryan P. Good (far right), are pictured at the State Capitol in Harrisburg with Rep. Jamie L. Flick, R-83 (second from right). Flick graduated in 1981 from Penn …

In the coming weeks, Pennsylvania College of Technology culinary arts students will practice kitchen management skills as they serve a series of dinners featuring American regional cuisine in Le Jeune Chef Restaurant. Served Wednesdays, March 20 to April 24, each week’s menu features signature cuisine from a different corner of the U.S. – from New Orleans’ Cajun and Creole flavors to New England’s famous seafood.
Culinary arts students to present menus from across the U.S. Published 03.19.2024 News Baking & Culinary Business, Arts & Sciences Events Students Home Page contents In the coming weeks, Pennsylvania College of Technology culinary arts students will practice kitchen management skills as they serve a series of dinners featuring American regional cuisine in Le Jeune Chef Restaurant. Served Wednesdays, March 20 to April 24, each week’s menu features signature cuisine from a different corner of the U.S. – from …

On a day celebrating luck and blessings (St. Patrick’s Day), the annual Scholarship Luncheon applauded the generous support and inspiration provided through philanthropy to Pennsylvania College of Technology students. Nearly 300 donors, students and their guests attended the gathering, held in the college’s Field House.
Scholarship Luncheon celebrates blessings of philanthropy Published 03.18.2024 Photos by Cindy D. Meixel, writer/editor-Penn College News News Students Scholarships Donors Home Page contents On a day celebrating luck and blessings (St. Patrick’s Day), the annual Scholarship Luncheon applauded the generous support and inspiration provided through philanthropy to Pennsylvania College of Technology students. Nearly 300 donors, students and their guests attended the gathering, held in the college’s Field …

Diesel and heavy equipment students are being sought as technicians by Highway Equipment & Supply Co. when it visits the Schneebeli Earth Science Center on Wednesday. Weekly pop-up employer information tables are coordinated by Penn College Career Services.
Company recruiting technicians from diesel, heavy equipment majors Published 03.18.2024 News Career Services Students Alumni News Industry Partnerships Industry Connections Home Page contents Diesel and heavy equipment students and alumni are being sought as technicians by Highway Equipment & Supply Co. when it visits the Schneebeli Earth Science Center on Wednesday. Stop by and bring your resume! Weekly pop-up employer information tables are coordinated by Penn College Career Services . Highway Equipment …

Pennsylvania College of Technology dental hygiene students recently provided oral hygiene instruction and information to clients of White Deer Run of Allenwood, an addiction rehabilitation center. Sponsored by the Penn College Student American Dental Hygienists’ Association, six students spent a day at the center.
Students provide oral health care at White Deer Run facility Published 03.18.2024 Photos provided News Dental Hygiene Nursing & Health Sciences Students Community Involvement Home Page contents Pennsylvania College of Technology dental hygiene students recently provided education about dental health at White Deer Run of Allenwood. From left are Joshua Quigley, of Williamsport; Mikey E. Strohm III, of Thompsontown; Ty D. Turba, of Houtzdale; and Orlando D. Bellaman, of Williamsport. Pennsylvania College of …

Pennsylvania College of Technology’s United Campus Ministry and Cheer Team recently teamed up for their spring semester fundraiser and donated all of their profits to a local nonprofit, Family Promise of Lycoming County. UCM and the Cheer Team sold 16 boxes (96 bars) of chocolate and donated $800 in goods and necessities to Family Promise, a homeless ministry.
Students make ‘sweet’ donation to Family Promise Published 03.18.2024 Photos provided News Students Community Involvement Clubs & Organizations Community Home Page contents Ready to roll their donations to Family Promise of Lycoming County! Representing United Campus Ministry and the Cheer Team are (from left): Thomas “Tommy” C. Degeyter Jr., residential construction technology & management, of Long Valley, New Jersey; Stephanie Campbell, biomedical sciences, Catawissa; Brooke L. Brinker, construction …

Junior Gavin Barrett of Roselle, New Jersey, was named to the D3Hoops.com District 4 All-Region third team, it was announced on Thursday. Barrett becomes the college’s first men's basketball player in the NCAA era (since 2014) to earn all-region honors. Barrett is no stranger to making program history.
Penn College spotlight on sports Published 03.17.2024 News Athletics Wildcat Athletics Students Home Page contents MEN’S BASKETBALL Junior Gavin Barrett of Roselle, New Jersey, was named to the D3Hoops.com District 4 All-Region third team, it was announced on Thursday. Barrett becomes the college’s first men's basketball player in the NCAA era (since 2014) to earn all-region honors. No stranger to making program history, Barrett was the first player to earn a United East Conference first-team selection as …

For the fifth consecutive year, Pennsylvania College of Technology has received “Guard-Friendly School” designation from an organization devoted to the Pennsylvania National Guard. The Pennsylvania National Guard Associations – an advocacy group dedicated to the growth of the Pennsylvania National Guard and its service members, veterans and families – recently bestowed the honor.
Penn College earns PNGAS ‘Guard-Friendly School’ designation Published 03.15.2024 News Best Colleges for Veterans Students military experience Home Page contents For the fifth consecutive year, Pennsylvania College of Technology has received “Guard-Friendly School” designation from an organization devoted to the Pennsylvania National Guard. The Pennsylvania National Guard Associations – an advocacy group dedicated to the growth of the Pennsylvania National Guard and its service members, veterans and …

"Imagine a world without concrete," levels alumnus Joe DiBucci, building construction technology instructor at Penn College. (Impossible!) This energized episode of the "Tomorrow Makers" podcast brings loads of laughs and lots of insight about the world's most widely used building material — concrete. Have a listen to "Concrete Science."
'Concrete Science' Published 03.15.2024 News Faculty & Staff Students On the Podcast Alumni News Building Construction Construction & Architecture Engineering Technologies News Home Page contents "Imagine a world without concrete" is the charge leveled by alumnus Joe DiBucci, building construction technology instructor, in the latest episode of Pennsylvania College of Technology's "Tomorrow Makers" podcast. " Concrete Science " brings loads of laughs and lots of insight about the world's most widely used …