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Links Eager to Tell Orientation Guests, ‘Let’s Get Connected!’


Connections Links (from left): Lindsey A. King, Hanover, pre-applied health studies: occupational therapy assistant concentration; Kylee A. Kalnas, Easton, pre-applied health studies: occupational therapy assistant concentration; Emily K. Conklin, Port Allegany, pre-dental hygiene; Margo L. Rudy, Hollidaysburg, pre-radiography; Raymond L. Long, Forest City, building automation technology; David A. Gadalla, Carlisle, aviation maintenance technology; Alexis J. Medero, Levittown, civil engineering technology; Nathaniel H. Lyon, Fredericksburg, welding & fabrication engineering technology; Alexandra D. Petrizzi, Langhorne, graphic design; and Cera N. Blunk, Schuylkill Haven, physician assistant.
Connections Links (from left): Lindsey A. King, Hanover, pre-applied health studies: occupational therapy assistant concentration; Kylee A. Kalnas, Easton, pre-applied health studies: occupational therapy assistant concentration; Emily K. Conklin, Port Allegany, pre-dental hygiene; Margo L. Rudy, Hollidaysburg, pre-radiography; Raymond L. Long, Forest City, building automation technology; David A. Gadalla, Carlisle, aviation maintenance technology; Alexis J. Medero, Levittown, civil engineering technology; Nathaniel H. Lyon, Fredericksburg, welding & fabrication engineering technology; Alexandra D. Petrizzi, Langhorne, graphic design; and Cera N. Blunk, Schuylkill Haven, physician assistant.
Rocking it out at
Rocking it out at “The Rock,” the Links are ready to roll.

The Summer 2017 Connections Links are primed to encourage new students and their families as they prepare for college by attending Penn College’s “Connections” orientation program, kicking off next week and running through July 25. Six two-day sessions for first-year students and two one-day sessions for adult learners and transfer students offer a comprehensive overview of campus life and academic expectations. The 10 Connections Links, knowledgeable and enthusiastic student leaders, are ready to facilitate networking sessions and answer plenty of questions.

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