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Katherine P. Wylezik Chosen as ‘Student of the Month’


Katherine P. Wylezik, enrolled in the applied health studies: occupational therapy assistant concentration, has been chosen as the Student of the Month at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

Wylezik, of Bernville, serves as a Community Assistant for off-campus housing and has been a Residence Life Office clerk for more than three years. She is also an Information Desk clerk for Susquehanna Health.

“Katie is an excellent representative of Penn College,” her nominators wrote. “She is a great student who is focused on her goals and proactive in her approach to achieving those goals. She is hardworking, dedicated, prioritizes her responsibilities and puts forth her best effort in whatever she does.  She is focused on academics, possesses wonderful customer-service skills, has an outgoing and warm personality, and does everything with a smile.”

Katherine P. Wylezik
Katherine P. Wylezik

Wylezik is a member of the Occupational Therapy Assistant Club, was a member of the Lady Wildcats softball team in the 2010 and 2011 seasons, and has frequently appeared on the dean’s list.

“Katie never misses an opportunity to lend a helping hand, even in difficult circumstances. She has been not only a joy and a pleasure to work with, she has been a great asset to the Residence Life Office staff,” her nominators continued. “Katie has taken full advantage of the opportunities available at Penn College to ensure her a bright and promising future.

Student Government Association recognition is bestowed numerous times each academic year based on commitment, service, role-model behavior, academics, leadership and campus involvement. Nominations from faculty/staff and other students are strongly encouraged.

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