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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.

  • Laura A. Fullerton, full-time Director of Enterprise Applications and Systems, Information Technology Services; beginning July 6
  • Linda A. Reichert, full-time Director, Dunham Children’s Learning Center, effective July 6
  • Christopher S. Macdonald, full-time Assistant Director of Corporate Relations, College Relations, starting July 6
  • Jordan Williams, full-time Head Coach, Men’s Lacrosse, Athletics; starting July 6
  • Emily N. Shelmire, regular part-time Head Coach, Women’s Volleyball, Athletics; beginning July 6
  • Steven L. Bonner, regular part-time Custodian, Capitol Eatery, General Services; effective June 28
  • Colin M. Frankenburger, regular part-time Custodian, Capitol Eatery, General Services; starting June 14

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

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