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Take a student-led tour of Penn College!

Presidential Student Ambassador Lauryn A. Stauffer is your effusive and illuminating guide to Pennsylvania College of Technology in a newly launched video produced by Public Relations & Marketing. Loaded with fresh footage of renovated labs and popular campus hang spots, the comprehensive tour takes you through main campus, down the road to the Lumley Aviation Center and over the mountain to the Schneebeli Earth Science Center.

Helping Stauffer showcase Penn College were Christopher J. Leigh, video producer; Braxton A. Shope, video production assistant; Sumer A. Beatty, copywriter/marketing coordinator; and Hailee B. Mercy, a student videographer/editor and May graphic design graduate. (Aided, of course, by countless others who hurdled logistics, crossed t’s and unlocked facilities to give the PRM team an all-access pass.)

If you’re looking for a bird’s-eye view of Penn College, Stauffer – a Bath native pursuing a bachelor’s degree in automation engineering technology: robotics and automation – is here to lead the way. And in whose hands would you rather be, than those of an accomplished and knowledgeable student leader?

Put on something cozy, grab some popcorn and enjoy the show! Then visit the PCToday photo gallery that provides a glimpse of how the production team made it look easy … fueled by student energy, enticing locales, abundant sunshine and caffeine.

 

 


Behind the Scenes

– Photos by Sumer A. Beatty


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