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Penn College Welcomes New Employees


PCToday continues its regular feature welcoming new full-time and regular part-time Penn College employees, as reported by the Human Resources Office.

Among the latest additions:

  • Melissa Stocum, Act 101 Academic Career Specialist II, (Temporary), Academic Support Services, effective Aug. 15
  • Jeremiah Gee, Assessment Coordinator, Integrated Studies, starting Aug. 7
  • Deborah Neyhart, Custodian, Campus Center, General Services, starting Aug. 7
  • Frank Bennett, Custodian, Susquehanna Room, General Services, starting Aug. 7
  • Constance Robinson, Food Service Worker, Wildcat Express, Food Services (Regular Part-Time), beginning Aug. 7
  • Darla Treese, Snack Bar Operator, Earth Science Center (Regular Part-Time), Food Services, starting Aug. 7
  • Andrew Morse, Food Service Worker, Campus Center, Food Services (Regular Part-Time), starting Aug. 7
  • Patricia Durrwachter, Coffee House Operator, CoffeeHouse, Food Services (Regular Part-Time), effective Aug. 7
  • Lanae Firster, Food Service Worker, Susquehanna Room, Food Services (Regular Part-Time), beginning Aug. 7
  • Cory Bassler, Food Service Worker, Susquehanna Room, Food Services (Regular Part-Time), beginning Aug. 7
  • Todd Smith, Custodian, Earth Science Center, General Services, effective Aug. 6
  • Daniel Bennett, Technical Support Analyst III, Information Technology Services, starting Aug. 2

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