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Two students, dean represent Penn College at state conference


Two construction management students and their academic dean at Pennsylvania College of Technology recently served as judges at the Pennsylvania Technology Student Association State Conference in Seven Springs.

David H. Guarriello (left), of Bethlehem, and Zachary N. Wilkinson (right), of North Wales, construction management majors at Penn College, meet with Fall 2019 freshman Mike R. Miller during the Pennsylvania Technology Student Association State Conference in Seven Springs. Miller, of Montgomery, enjoyed the opportunity to talk with two students in his future major about coursework, internships and career opportunities.
David H. Guarriello (left), of Bethlehem, and Zachary N. Wilkinson (right), of North Wales, construction management majors at Penn College, meet with Fall 2019 freshman Mike R. Miller during the Pennsylvania Technology Student Association State Conference in Seven Springs. Miller, of Montgomery, enjoyed the opportunity to talk with two students in his future major about coursework, internships and career opportunities.

Zachary N. Wilkinson, of North Wales, judged “Challenging Technological Issues,” and David H. Guarriello, of Bethlehem, judged “Materials Process” – both at the middle school level. Carol A. Lugg, dean of the college’s School of Construction & Design Technologies, judged the “Essays on Technology” category at the high school level.

The conference afforded Wilkinson (left) the opportunity to reconnect with Glenn Jayne, his high school technical trades teacher in the North Penn School District.
The conference afforded Wilkinson (left) the opportunity to reconnect with Glenn Jayne, his high school technical trades teacher in the North Penn School District.

The students also presented a session, “You Can’t Be What You Can’t See,” through which attendees learned about careers in the construction and design industry.

For information about Penn College’s construction majors, visit the School of Construction & Design Technologies or call 570-327-4518.

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

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