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Kirk M. Allen Selected as ‘Student of the Month’

Kirk M. Allen named 'Student of the Month'Kirk M. Allen, ajunior Business Administration-Management Information Systems major from Birdsboro (Berks County), has been selected by the Student Government Association as January’s “Student of the Month” at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

An SGA senator, representing the School of Business and Computer Technologies, Allen’s dedication to his leadership position has made him a campus standout.

“He attends every meeting, has served on more than the required number of committees and always has whatever is requested of him done on time,”his nominator wrote. “All while maintaining a full course load with a remarkable grade-point average.”

Allen already holds an associate’s degree from Penn College in Business Management, having graduated in December.

SGA regularly selects a “Student of the Month” based on commitment, service, role-model behavior, academics, leadership and campus involvement. Anyone wishing to suggest a deserving student should watch PCToday for information on nominations for future Students of the Month.

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