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Presidential Student Ambassadors Begin Year of Service


Twenty-one students are serving as Presidential Student Ambassadors for the 2017-18 academic year at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

Selected for their demonstration of leadership, involvement, academic achievement and campus pride, the student ambassadors promote Penn College to prospective and current students and their families, guests, alumni, business partners and friends of the college.

“The Presidential Student Ambassadors are such a huge part of the Admissions team,” said Claire Z. Biggs, coordinator of admissions events and services. “They make such a great first impression on our prospective students; it’s hard to imagine not having them around! The ambassadors are already hard at work, and we’re so excited to see what’s in store for this great group of students this year!”

Front row, from left: Michelle D. Kachik, Cassandra D. Henderson, Maepearl E. St. George and Dianna R. Weaver. Middle row, from left: Majid Al-Amri, Cera N. Blunk, Kayla M. Jackson, Lindsey A. King, Erin N. Shaffer and Thomas A. D’Arcy; Back row, from left: Ryan Monteleone, Jonathan R. Hendrickson, Troy A. Stair, Travis J. Scholtz, Alexander C. McDonnell, Nathaniel H. Lyon and David M. Zlotnicki. Not pictured: Kelsey L. McKenrick, Mary K. Slipe, Logan M. Tubiello and Alexander R. Wetzel.
Front row, from left: Michelle D. Kachik, Cassandra D. Henderson, Maepearl E. St. George and Dianna R. Weaver. Middle row, from left: Majid Al-Amri, Cera N. Blunk, Kayla M. Jackson, Lindsey A. King, Erin N. Shaffer and Thomas A. D’Arcy; Back row, from left: Ryan Monteleone, Jonathan R. Hendrickson, Troy A. Stair, Travis J. Scholtz, Alexander C. McDonnell, Nathaniel H. Lyon and David M. Zlotnicki. Not pictured: Kelsey L. McKenrick, Mary K. Slipe, Logan M. Tubiello and Alexander R. Wetzel.

The group includes 12 returning Presidential Student Ambassadors: Cassandra D. Henderson, business administration: banking and finance concentration, Hazel Hurst; Jonathan R. Hendrickson, software development and information management, Cowansville; Kayla M. Jackson, applied health studies, Spring Creek; Michelle D. Kachik, physician assistant, Clarence; Lindsey A. King, pre-applied health studies: occupational therapy assistant concentration, Hanover; Kelsey L. McKenrick, dental hygiene, Gilbertsville; Ryan Monteleone, information assurance and cyber security, Stevens; Erin N. Shaffer, graphic design, Williamsport; Logan M. Tubiello, welding and fabrication engineering technology, Ottsville; Dianna R. Weaver, business administration: management concentration, Morris; Alexander R. Wetzel, industrial and human factors design, Sunbury; and David M. Zlotnicki, electronics and computer engineering technology, Oil City.

Nine students are new ambassadors: Majid Al-Amri, heating, ventilation and air conditioning design technology, an international student from Oman; Cera N. Blunk, physician assistant, Schuylkill Haven; Thomas A. D’Arcy, engineering design technology, Mechanicsburg; Nathaniel H. Lyon, welding and fabrication engineering technology, Fredericksburg; Alexander C. McDonnell, business administration: management concentration, Brookhaven; Travis J. Scholtz, manufacturing engineering technology, New Kensington; Maepearl E. St. George, physician assistant, Bellefonte; Mary K. Slipe, dental hygiene, Bushkill; and Troy A. Stair, welding and fabrication engineering technology, Wapwallopen.

For more about the Presidential Student Ambassadors or to schedule a Penn College tour, visit the Admissions Office.

For more about the college, a national leader in applied technology education and workforce development, email the Admissions Office or call toll-free 800-367-9222.

Comments

Carol Lugg,

Congratulations, Majid!

Bonnie,

So proud of our dear Maepearl!

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