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Penn College welcomes new employees


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

  • Mark J. Leo, full-time Director of Dining Services, effective Jan. 7
  • Kristi A. Collins, full-time Assistant Director, Physician Assistant Program, School of Nursing & Health Sciences; starting Jan. 7
  • David E. Confer, full-time Systems Programmer/Analyst, Information Technology Services; beginning Jan. 7
  • Gerardo Pena, full-time Industrial Technology Specialist II, Workforce Development & Continuing Education; starting Jan. 7
  • Cheryl E. Riley, full-time Institutional Advancement Secretary, beginning Jan. 7
  • Ross Berger, regular part-time Client Development Specialist, WDCE; effective Jan. 7
  • James B. Meloan, regular part-time Toolroom Attendant, Building Construction, School of Construction & Design Technologies; beginning Jan. 7
  • Joseph A. Rizzo, regular part-time Dining Services Worker I, starting Jan. 8

Only new college hires and employees transferring from one internal position to another in certain situations are reported.

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