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Interwoven Events Open Doors to Student Involvement

Students looking to get involved with campus organizations or community nonprofits, or perhaps pick up some pocket money to quell the piggy-bank blues, found ample outlets for their talents at two simultaneous Tuesday events. A number of employers were arrayed in the Field House for the traditional Part-Time Job Fair, while the intramural field near the tennis courts played host to organizations bonding with Fall Fusion attendees.

– Photos by Grace F. Clark, student photographer

Vendors and students seeking employment find common ground in the Field House during the Part-Time Job Fair.
Vendors and students seeking employment find common ground in the Field House during the Part-Time Job Fair.

What would the Wildcat Events Board be without the Wildcat?
What would the Wildcat Events Board be without the Wildcat?

Women's basketball coach Lauren Healy staffs an Athletics table visited by (from left) Zachary E. Shaw, electrical technology; Adam H. Keenan, heavy construction equipment technology: Caterpillar emphasis; and Jordan D. Richardson, welding technology.
Women’s basketball coach Lauren Healy staffs an Athletics table visited by (from left) Zachary E. Shaw, electrical technology; Adam H. Keenan, heavy construction equipment technology: Caterpillar emphasis; and Jordan D. Richardson, welding technology.

Pointing the way toward opportunity with Highway Equipment and Supply Co. is Jennifer Conway, its human resources and payroll representative.
Pointing the way toward opportunity with Highway Equipment and Supply Co. is Jennifer Conway, its human resources and payroll representative.

Liberty Church, which recently opened a Williamsport location in the Scottish Rite Auditorium on Saturday evenings, welcomes students.
Liberty Church, which recently opened a Williamsport location in the Scottish Rite Auditorium on Saturday evenings, welcomes students.

Espousing the values and benefits of Greek Life at Penn College are (from left) Phi Mu Delta's Steven A. Matuska, information technology: network specialist concentration; Ryan S. Bollinger, applied management; and Jordan D. Suter, manufacturing engineering technology.
Espousing the values and benefits of Greek Life at Penn College are (from left) Phi Mu Delta’s Steven A. Matuska, information technology: network specialist concentration; Ryan S. Bollinger, applied management; and Jordan D. Suter, manufacturing engineering technology.

Representing the college's THON chapter, which raises money to fight pediatric cancer, are engineering design technology majors Ian E. Gardepe and Rylee A. Butler.
Representing the college’s THON chapter, which raises money to fight pediatric cancer, are engineering design technology majors Ian E. Gardepe and Rylee A. Butler.

The Wildcat, with Madigan Library support services assistant Blair E. Mattocks
The Wildcat, with Madigan Library support services assistant Blair E. Mattocks

Garrett W. Emmons, a welding and fabrication engineering technology major, fills out job applications.
Garrett W. Emmons, a welding and fabrication engineering technology major, fills out job applications.

Aiming to recruit members are (from left) Sigma Pi brothers Jeffrey R. Hasiak, building construction technology; Brandin M. Smith, information technology sciences-gaming and simulation; and Andrew A. Smith, aviation maintenance technician.
Aiming to recruit members are (from left) Sigma Pi brothers Jeffrey R. Hasiak, building construction technology; Brandin M. Smith, information technology sciences-gaming and simulation; and Andrew A. Smith, aviation maintenance technician.

Members of the Penn College Construction Association accept their favorite mascot into the club.
Members of the Penn College Construction Association accept their favorite mascot into the club.