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Presidential Student Ambassadors Mark 20th Year of Service

Twenty-eight students are serving as Presidential Student Ambassadors for the 2015-16 academic year at Pennsylvania College of Technology, marking the 20th year student ambassadors have been spreading good will on campus.

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

“The Presidential Student Ambassadors play such an integral role in the Admissions Office,” said Claire Z. Biggs, coordinator of admissions and enrollment event services. “They help to be the face of the college by providing student tours, completing various tasks around the Admissions Office and by helping prospective students see the endless possibilities available to them at Penn College. Fall tours are already underway, and the Ambassadors are hard at work. With the help of our Ambassadors, we hope to have a busy and successful year!”

Presidential Student Ambassadors for 2015-16 at Penn College are, first row, from left: Michelle D. Kachik, Alexandra M. Lehman, Stephanie E. Falcone and Morgan N. Keyser; second row, from left: Daniel T. Kreger, Ryan S. Schrimp, Maggie K. Calkins, Ashley N. Irish, Kayla M. Jackson and Calah D. Doyka; third row, from left: Ryan Monteleone, Tyler R. Filipowski, Victoria L. Kostecki, Stephanie M. Puckly, Katelyn A. Wertz, Bryan M. Behm and Rafael Correa; back row, from left: Emily K. Lutz, Josiah D. Stoltzfus, Semeon R. DeBarros, Anthony D. Gobbi, Alexander R. Wetzel, Kyle D. Bomboy, James S. Alger and Tylor J. Burkett. Absent for the photo due to studying abroad are: Garrett D. Corneliussen, Bhismadut B. Contractor and Logan M. Tubiello.
Presidential Student Ambassadors for 2015-16 at Penn College are, first row, from left: Michelle D. Kachik, Alexandra M. Lehman, Stephanie E. Falcone and Morgan N. Keyser; second row, from left: Daniel T. Kreger, Ryan S. Schrimp, Maggie K. Calkins, Ashley N. Irish, Kayla M. Jackson and Calah D. Doyka; third row, from left: Ryan Monteleone, Tyler R. Filipowski, Victoria L. Kostecki, Stephanie M. Puckly, Katelyn A. Wertz, Bryan M. Behm and Rafael Correa; back row, from left: Emily K. Lutz, Josiah D. Stoltzfus, Semeon R. DeBarros, Anthony D. Gobbi, Alexander R. Wetzel, Kyle D. Bomboy, James S. Alger and Tylor J. Burkett. Absent for the photo due to studying abroad are: Garrett D. Corneliussen, Bhismadut B. Contractor and Logan M. Tubiello.

The 2015-16 Presidential Student Ambassadors are: James S. Alger, an aviation maintenance technology student from Campbelltown; Bryan M. Behm, aviation maintenance technology, Fleetwood; Kyle D. Bomboy, physician assistant, Unityville; Tylor J. Burkett, aviation maintenance technology, Middletown; Maggie K. Calkins, nursing, Bloomsburg; Rafael Correa, information assurance and cyber security, Montville, New Jersey; Garrett D. Corneliussen, welding and fabrication engineering technology, Hickory, North Carolina; Bhismadut B. Contractor, business administration: management concentration, Gujarat, India; and Semeon R. DeBarros, aviation maintenance technology, Rosedale, New York.

Also: Calah D. Doyka, dental hygiene: health policy and administration concentration, Mercersburg; Stephanie E. Falcone, applied health studies: occupational therapy assistant concentration, Bangor; Tyler R. Filipowski, automotive technology management, Warwick, New York; Anthony D. Gobbi, building automation technology: heating, ventilation and air conditioning technology concentration, Haymarket, Virginia; Ashley N. Irish, applied human services, Stroudsburg; Kayla M. Jackson, exercise science, Spring Creek; Michelle D. Kachik, physician assistant, Clarence; Morgan N. Keyser, Dillsburg, graphic design; Victoria L. Kostecki, applied management, Center Valley; Daniel T. Kreger, building science and sustainable design: architectural technology concentration, Morris; and Alexandra M. Lehman, business administration: sport and event management concentration, Williamsport.

And, Emily K. Lutz, applied management, Wading River, New York; Ryan Monteleone, information assurance and cyber security, Stevens; Stephanie M. Puckly, welding and fabrication engineering technology, Spartansburg; Ryan S. Schrimp, plastics and polymer engineering technology, Williamsport; Josiah D. Stoltzfus, of construction management, Morgantown; Logan M. Tubiello, welding and fabrication engineering technology, Ottsville; Katelyn A. Wertz, dental hygiene: health policy and administration concentration, Bernville; and Alexander R. Wetzel, industrial and human factors design, Sunbury.

Five of the student ambassadors have earned Associate of Applied Science degrees: Filipowski, in automotive technology; Irish in human services; Kostecki, in baking and pastry arts; Kreger, in architectural technology; and Lutz, in hospitality management.

For more about the Presidential Student Ambassadors or to schedule a Penn College tour, visit the Admissions Office at www.pct.edu/admissions.

For more about the college, a national leader in applied technology education and workforce development, visit www.pct.edu, email admissions@pct.edu or call toll-free 800-367-9222.

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