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Part-time employment, leadership openings showcased at ‘Expo’


A “Help Wanted Fair & Student Org Expo” was held Tuesday afternoon in the Field House, where attendees talked to Williamsport area businesses about part-time employment and internships, as well as gathering information on leadership opportunities with a variety of campus organizations.

– Photos by Tim Wegman, student photographer

On-site accommodations are among the perks of joining a fire company, two of which recruited at this week's event. Loyalsock Volunteer Fire Co. members Nicholas D. Tartaglia, a residential construction technology and management: building construction technology concentration major from Doylestown, and 2019 emergency medical services alumna Alyssa M. Ogden talk with Sam T. Van Dermark, a manufacturing engineering technology student from Sayre. (The Old Lycoming Township Volunteer Fire Co. staffed a booth, as well.)
On-site accommodations are among the perks of joining a fire company, two of which recruited at this week’s event. Loyalsock Volunteer Fire Co. members Nicholas D. Tartaglia, a residential construction technology and management: building construction technology concentration major from Doylestown, and 2019 emergency medical services alumna Alyssa M. Ogden talk with Sam T. Van Dermark, a manufacturing engineering technology student from Sayre. (The Old Lycoming Township Volunteer Fire Co. staffed a booth, as well.)

Student nurses lend their caring hands to SNA's cause.
Student nurses lend their caring hands to SNA’s cause.

Among the job fair vendors is the United States Census 2020 (left), hiring thousands of people to assist with this spring's federally required population count.
Among the job fair vendors is the United States Census 2020 (left), hiring thousands of people to assist with this spring’s federally required population count.

Lining up a concrete bowling ball at the ConCreate Design Club activity is Grant J. Straiton, of Williamsport, enrolled in residential construction technology and management: building construction technology concentration.
Lining up a concrete bowling ball at the ConCreate Design Club activity is Grant J. Straiton, of Williamsport, enrolled in residential construction technology and management: building construction technology concentration.

Among Penn College's industry-connected student organizations is the campus chapter of the Society of Plastics Engineers.
Among Penn College’s industry-connected student organizations is the campus chapter of the Society of Plastics Engineers.

True to their majors' hands-on focus, the Penn College Construction Association allows visitors to test their power-drilling skills.
True to their majors’ hands-on focus, the Penn College Construction Association allows visitors to test their power-drilling skills.

A full menu of part-time positions is represented by local employers ...
A full menu of part-time positions is represented by local employers …

... including Auto Trakk LLC, an auto-leasing company headquartered in nearby Montoursville.
… including Auto Trakk LLC, an auto-leasing company headquartered in nearby Montoursville.

Members of the Baja SAE club, who have competitively garnered international attention for their alma mater, pose with their two vehicles.
Members of the Baja SAE club, who have competitively garnered international attention for their alma mater, pose with their two vehicles.

CRU, one of the college's active faith-based organizations
CRU, one of the college’s active faith-based organizations

Tables fill the Field House in an informative array.
Tables fill the Field House in an informative array.

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