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Seeking a student leadership post? Apply by Feb. 6!


LEADStudents interested in joining Penn College’s paid leadership staff are encouraged to apply online by Tuesday, Feb. 6. The Student Leader Staff Selection process hires for five categories of compensated leadership posts, represented in posters depicting some of the students who hold the positions:

  • Community Peer Educator – Tasia A. Werkmeister, Altoona, health arts: practical nursing emphasis
  • Connections Link – Christine A. Limbert, Curwensville, architectural technology
  • Presidential Student Ambassador – Nathan A. Rader-Edkin, Williamsport, plastics and polymer engineering technology
  • Resident Assistant – Josh E. Rosenberger, Chambersburg, residential construction technology and management: building construction technology concentration
  • Student Development Assistant – Jordyn M. Kahler, York, dental hygiene

Additionally, SLSS allows students to learn more about themselves as potential leaders and to better appreciate the student leadership expectations at Penn College.

To learn more about these job opportunities, click the “LEAD” button on the myPCT student portal.

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