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Hudock Moyer Wealth Resources Scholarship Established


The Hudock Moyer Wealth Resources Scholarship has been established as a building-to-­endowed scholarship fund at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

Once fully endowed, the scholarship fund will provide annual awards of $1,000 or more in perpetuity for those who demonstrate financial need and academic performance and are enrolled as full- or part-time students; have a home residence in Lycoming County or Bradford County; and are enrolled in the business administration bachelor-degree program with a financial planning competency credential, or the accounting bachelor-degree program.

“The Penn College Foundation and the entire Penn College community sincerely appreciate the commitment Hudock Moyer Wealth Resources has made to endow a scholarship,” said Robb Dietrich, executive director of the Penn College Foundation.

From left, Michael J. Hudock Jr., consultant, president and founding partner of Hudock Moyer Wealth Resources; Barry R. Stiger, vice president for institutional advancement at Penn College; and Barbara B. Hudock, chief executive officer and founding partner of Hudock Moyer.
From left, Michael J. Hudock Jr., consultant, president and founding partner of Hudock Moyer Wealth Resources; Barry R. Stiger, vice president for institutional advancement at Penn College; and Barbara B. Hudock, chief executive officer and founding partner of Hudock Moyer.

“It demonstrates their belief in the value of the hands-on, technology-based education that Penn College provides and the way in which that education prepares students to meet the needs of the financial industry.”

“The technology that these students have access to when they attend Penn College gives each of them an amazing opportunity for success; the rest is up to them,” said Michael J. Hudock Jr., wealth consultant, president and founding partner of Hudock Moyer Wealth Resources. “Hudock Moyer is proud to be a part of preparing them for the opportunities that lie ahead.”

“We at Hudock Moyer believe strongly in the value of education,” said Barbara B. Hudock, chief executive officer and founding partner of Hudock Moyer. “The only way we as individuals, as businesses, as communities, as a country, can get better is to be diligently dedicated to constant and never-ending improvement. Education is at the heart of that. We’re honored to be able to provide a scholarship to a deserving student at Penn College. We are blessed to have great educational institutions, which have put Williamsport on the map! We’re proud to be working together with Penn College to make our community a better place in which to live.”

Hudock Moyer Wealth Resources, which has offices in Williamsport and Athens, helps successful individuals and families create, execute and monitor life plans. Included are the monitoring of retirement goals, projections for educating children and/or grandchildren, transitioning wealth most effectively to families and other heirs, and establishing philanthropic legacies.

For more information about making a gift or establishing a scholarship fund to support Penn College and its students, visit online, email or call the Institutional Advancement Office toll-free 866-GIVE-2-PC (866-448-3272).

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

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