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Allan Myers boosts annual scholarship commitment

Allan Myers Inc., a heavy civil construction and construction materials company operating throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, will contribute an additional $50,000 annually to a scholarship it established previously at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

Preference for the Allan Myers Scholarship is given to full-time Penn College students who are employees/family members of Allan Myers Inc.

Allan Myers Inc. will contribute an additional $50,000 annually to a scholarship it established previously at Pennsylvania College of Technology. Commemorating the scholarship addition are (from left) Loni N. Kline, vice president for institutional advancement at Penn College; Bob Capps, director of craft development for Allan Myers; and Elizabeth A. Biddle, director of corporate relations at the college.
Allan Myers Inc. will contribute an additional $50,000 annually to a scholarship it established previously at Pennsylvania College of Technology. Commemorating the scholarship addition are (from left) Loni N. Kline, vice president for institutional advancement at Penn College; Bob Capps, director of craft development for Allan Myers; and Elizabeth A. Biddle, director of corporate relations at the college.

Eligible students must be enrolled in one of the following associate degree programs: heavy construction equipment technology: operator emphasis, heavy construction equipment technology: technician emphasis, surveying technology, civil engineering technology or automotive restoration technology; or in the bachelor degree programs for construction management or civil engineering technology.

The scholarship award typically is split between fall and spring semesters. It is available as early as a student’s first semester, and preference is given to continuing students in subsequent years.

Allan Myers is a longtime supporter of Penn College. The company sponsors an award for the top-performing graduate of the heavy construction equipment technology: operator emphasis major, sponsors and participates in the construction management golf outing, participates on various advisory committees, and has recruited at the college’s Career Fairs for more than 30 years.

“We are so grateful and excited for this commitment from Allan Myers,” said Elizabeth A. Biddle, director of corporate relations for Penn College. “Our partnership with Allan Myers has helped served our students through financial support, internships, career opportunities and more. This commitment to the Allan Myers Scholarship demonstrates the confidence the company has in graduates with ‘degrees that work.’”

“Allan Myers is pleased to continue our support of Penn College with this additional scholarship gift,” said Bob Herbein, executive vice president. “Our industry is looking for the best and brightest employees, those who exhibit a passion for building the future. Penn College provides the programs that graduate the students our industry needs.”

Allan Myers is the largest heavy civil construction company and materials provider in the Mid-Atlantic, with seven regional offices and 15 asphalt and aggregate plants, and workforce of more than 2,000 employees.

For more about Penn College, email the Admissions Office or call toll-free 800-367-9222.

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