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Friday, March 2, 2018

Port Allegany High School Alumni of the Month - Travis Nenno

Alumni of the Month - Travis Nenno


Travis Nenno

Year of Graduation


What have you done since graduating from Port Allegany High School?

I attended La Roche College in Pittsburgh for graphic design. Once I graduated I eventually landed a job at Dick's Sporting Goods' corporate office where I work in the marketing department primarily on the design team for promotional. I also work on e-mails, social media, and occasionally campaigns.

Where do you currently live?

I currently live in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Who was your favorite teacher in high school? Why were they your favorite?

My favorite teacher would have to be Mrs. Hutton. She gave me the opportunity to study art independently where I was able to develop my creativity on any project and explore different mediums. That really helped me narrow my career choices to design where I couldn't imagine doing something else.

I also have to give a shout out to the band teacher, Mr. Stewart, who took me to district orchestra after I moved to Port Allegany. I played the violin, so he helped me go to districts which was the most fantastic experience I never would have gotten. Thank you. I am eternally grateful for that!

What is your fondest memory of Port Allegany High School?

My fondest memory would have to be graduating! Moving across the country in the middle of high school felt like my life was turned upside down for a long time and graduating was a huge feeling of accomplishment and the first step to where I am today.

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Shout out to Travis! Glad you gave chops to Mr. Stewart. I have to say it (in tribute to the Gator cheerleaders): "For all that fortune, and all that fame, you're still a dildine just the same!"
Best wishes,