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James Riedel Selected as ‘Student of the Month’ for March

James Riedel named 'Student of the Month' for March.James Riedel, an automotive management technology major from Quogue, N.Y., has been chosen byPennsylvania College of Technology’sStudent Government Association as “Student of the Month” for March.

A former SGA president and 2005 “Student Leader of the Year,” Riedel has been an Orientation Leader for two years, a graduate of the Advanced Class leadership program, a member of the student/staff judicial council and a student representative to Penn College’s internal Governance system.

He also serves on the College Town Committee, helping to foster cooperation between the Williamsport community and its three institutions of higher learning.

“Jim serves as a wonderful role model through all of the extracurricular and volunteer activities he participates in, while serving as an ambassador to the School of Transportation Technology and maintaining a respectable grade-point average,” his student nominator wrote.

SGA regularly selects a “Student of the Month” based on commitment, service, role-model behavior, academics, leadership and campus involvement. Watch PCToday for the next round of nominations.

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