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Riley Atterholt in front of the sign at the eCenter@LindenPointe in Hermitage, Pa.

Invent Penn State initiative supports student internship

Penn State Shenango student Riley Atterholt completed his business internship at the eCenter@LindenPointe. The internship was funded through the campus' VenturePointe incubator, which is located at the eCenter, and made possible by the Invent Penn State initiative.
Riley Atterholt stands by the eCenter@LindenPointe front lawn sign

Riley Atterholt completed his recent internship at the eCenter@LindenPointe

Penn State Shenango student Riley Atterholt completed his business internship at the eCenter@LindenPointe. The internship was funded through the campus' VenturePointe incubator, which is located at the eCenter, and made possible by the Invent Penn State initiative.

Penn State colleagues pose in front of the Nittany Lion at the Shenango Alumni Society event on April 12

Shenango announces reinstatement of its Athletic Program

With the reinstatement of its Athletic Program, Penn State Shenango will once again be competing in the Penn State University Athletic Conference (PSUAC). The campus will begin competing in men's basketball and women's volleyball in the fall of 2018.
Penn State Shenango Drama Club presents a check to the Community Food Warehouse

Shenango Drama Club donates proceeds from production to Community Food Warehouse

Under the direction of Penn State Shenango Instructor in Communications, Dr. Jeanne Zingale, the Shenango Drama Club presented a check for $825 to Mimi Prada, public relations coordinator for the Community Food Warehouse, on March 29.

Penn State Shenango Drama Club presents a check to the Community Food Warehouse

Shenango campus Drama Club donates show proceeds to Community Food Warehouse

The Penn State Shenango Drama Club on March 29 presented a check for $825 to Mimi Prada, public relations coordinator for the Community Food Warehouse. The donation came from proceeds brought in by the Drama Club’s holiday production “Star Child,” which was written and directed by Jeanne Zingale, instructor in communications at the Shenango campus.
Members of the Provost's Global Advisory Council

Members of the Provost's Global Advisory Council

Members of the first Global Advisory Council meeting.

Naitive Mayan students with Shenango campus student during alternative spring break trip

Naitive Mayan children listen to a story in their new library by past Shenango student Sarah Brockett

Possibly the best part of building a new library for children in San Pedro Columbia, Belize was getting to share the joy of learning with the village children.

Naitive Mayan students with Shenango campus student during alternative spring break trip

ASB trip gives students opportunity to learn beyond the classroom

Several Penn State Shenango students and two staff members will spend this year's spring break in Belize as part of the campus' Alternative Spring Break. This will be the second time that Shenango students have visited Belize to help the native Mayan citizens.
Children from San Pedro, Columbia, Belize with a Shenango campus student.

Alternative spring break gives students opportunity to learn beyond classroom

While many students across the country descend on traditional spring break hot spots this month, a small group of students from Penn State Shenango will be deep in the forests of Belize making a direct impact on the lives of local residents as part of their alternative spring break trip.
Children from San Pedro, Columbia, Belize with a Shenango campus student.

Shenango campus students help build new library for children in Belize

When students weren't busy building a new library for the children in the village of San Pedro, Columbia, Belize, they had the opportunity to deliver lessons to children in the classroom.

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