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Saturday, December 8, 2018

SHCTC Networking and Security Students Get Ahead (and Give Back)

In December, eighteen students in Mr. Bryant’s Networking and Security class at the
Seneca Highlands Career and Technical Center will begin their college careers. These student
met the requirements to enter the Penn College Now program and will earn three college
credits for their completion of the Information, Technology, and Society course. These credits
will be increased with the addition of two other courses over the next two years. These
additions will allow students to earn nine college credits (a savings of well over $4500). 

For more information about the PC Now program offered at the CTC please see
https://www.pct.edu/k12/penn-college-now.

Seneca Highlands students also earn credits for their everyday coursework as part of the
S.O.A.R. program.

More information here: https://www.pacollegetransfer.com/PASOAR/tabid/4498/Default.aspx

Proud College Students!!

Darci Meachum (Coudersport), Daphne Daugherty (Smethport), Damien Neubert (Smethport), Chase Trask(Smethport), Sterling Langworthy (Coudersport), [Mr. Brent Bryant], Zachary Persing (Smethport), Reed Powers (Coudersport), Gabriel Wargo (Coudersport), and Joseph Dubeck (Smethport), Corey Williams (Cameron County, Not Pictured).

Elizabeth Vito (Kane), Raymond Batt (Otto-Eldred), Asher McDonald (Otto-Eldred), Zackary Howe (Kane), Mason Potter(Port Allegany), Cody Yohe (Otto-Eldred), Kolby Hosterman (Port Allegany).

In addition to their workplace and college training, Networking and Security students
also give back to their communities. In November, the students organized and conducted a
food drive in which all “shops” at the CTC participated. Turkeys, generously donated by the Port Allegany Shop ‘n Save, and food boxes were given to local families and hundreds of additional food items were donated to a local food pantry.

Asher McDonald (Otto-Eldred) and Hunter Beck (Galeton) prepare food boxes.

Pictured Above: Health Assistants collected the most canned goods and earned pizza prepared
by the Culinary Department.

Throughout the year, Networking and Security students also journey to area Senior
Centers to help with technology. During these “clinical” experiences, the students aid in many
different tasks from helping out with document creation to setting up email accounts on
cellular telephones.
Kane students….Elizabeth Vito, Zackary Howe, Jonathan Hutchins, and Neo
Smith enjoy some hot chocolate after updating computers at the OV Senior Center

--Submitted by Katie Cappello and Brent Bryant

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