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College Names Director of Workforce Development at Wellsboro


Workforce Development & Continuing Education at Pennsylvania College of Technology has appointed Jason P. Zielewicz as director, workforce development at Wellsboro.

Zielewicz served for the past three years as a client development specialist for WDCE. He will oversee continued expansion of programming offered in the Northern Tier and Wellsboro.

Jason P. Zielewicz Prior to coming to Penn College, Zielewicz was a supervisor/platoon chief in the paramedic department at the former Susquehanna Health (now UPMC Susquehanna) overseeing daily operations for the prehospital services department. Additionally, he has served as an adjunct faculty member for the paramedic technology, applied health studies and industrial design programs at Penn College.

Zielewicz holds a bachelor’s degree in applied health studies from Penn College, a Master of Health Administration from University of St. Francis and a Doctor of Health Science from Nova Southeastern University.

During his tenure at Penn College, Zielewicz has overseen the operations of the Penn College at Wellsboro campus and its programs, as well as health care programming for WDCE.

“The expansion of Penn College’s presence in the Northern Tier, including our new location in Wellsboro, requires a leader with Jason’s qualities,” said Christopher P. Ray, executive director, business development for WDCE. We’re excited to have him spearheading these efforts in his new role.”

Zielewicz will also help coordinate the program’s renovation efforts at its new home, an 8,400-square-foot facility at 22 Walnut St., Wellsboro. The building is a gift from Penn College health-care industry partner UPMC Susquehanna, a contribution cited by health system leadership as an investment that will further assist in reducing a critical nursing shortage, both in the region and more broadly.

An adaptive reuse design for the facility is underway, led by Strosser Architecture & Conservation Inc., of Lewisburg. When complete, the expansion will accommodate an increase in enrollment capacity for the full-time, yearlong Practical Nursing Program from 18 to 24 students initially. Additional programming options may be explored later; the college would hire additional instructors as needed. For more about Workforce Development & Continuing Education at Penn College, visit the WDCE website.

For more about Penn College, a national leader in applied technology education and workforce development, email the Admissions Office or call toll-free 800-367-9222.

Comments

Steven Wilson,

Congratulations, Jason! You’ll do a great job!

Connie Perry,

Jason, congratulations! Best wishes to you.

Carl Shaner,

Congratulations, Jason! You will be a great leader in the new Wellsboro facility.

Tom Ask,

Congratulations, Jason; best wishes on this next chapter.

Natalie DeLeonardis,

Wonderful news! Best wishes!

Gaye Jenkins,

Congratulations, Jason. This is great news.

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