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122 EASTERN Students Recognized at May Awards Ceremony

Business and Technology Professional Award Winners with Instructor, Marketa Crane.

Business and Technology Professional Award Winners with Instructor, Marketa Crane.

On Wednesday, May 31, 2017, EASTERN held its annual Awards Night at 7 p.m. at Upper Moreland High School. This year 122 students were recognized for their achievements with $47,000 awarded in the form of scholarships, tools of the trade, plaques, certificates and checks. Awards Night recognizes students who have achieved Straight A, Students of the Month through the year, medal winners at SkillsUSA District and State Competitions, winners of special end-of-year awards, and those who have achieved the Attendance Award. EASTERN is honored to announce two new memorial awards instituted for this year’s Awards Night including the Luke Wynne Gallagher Memorial Award and the Nicholas Hampshire Memorial Award.

“Awards Night is an amazing evening of student recognition that the staff and faculty look

The Luke Wynne Gallagher Memorial Award: Gary Felmey, EASTERN’s Electrical Technology Instructor, the Gallagher Family and Nicole Peck with student recipient, Fred Fox, EASTERN Electrical Technology/Cheltenham High School senior.

The Luke Wynne Gallagher Memorial Award: Gary Felmey, EASTERN’s Electrical Technology Instructor, the Gallagher Family and Nicole Peck with student recipient, Fred Fox, EASTERN Electrical Technology/Cheltenham High School senior.

forward to each year,” said Tom Allen, EASTERN’s Executive Director. “Our students are preparing to attend college or work in their field of study at EASTERN. We are pleased to be able to help them achieve their goals.”

Student awards are provided by the EASTERN Foundation, and supported by businesses, various community organizations, and individual donors. The purpose of EASTERN’s Foundation is to recognize EASTERN student achievement and success by assisting both students whose goal is post-secondary education and students who intend to start a rewarding career. Our business and industry partners inspired this effort and continue to support it extensively.

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Business Tech Professional Student Receives Grace A. Packer Award

Maria Smith with Business and Technology Instructor Mrs. Marketa Crane.

Eastern Center for Arts and Technology (EASTERN) Business and Technology Professional/Abington High School senior, Maria Smith, has been selected as a recipient for the Grace A. Packer Perseverance Award. This award will be paid directly to the student and can be used for any of the educational needs for the year.

Maria’s Guidance Counselor at Abington High School, Kelly Miller, first informed her of the award and encouraged her to apply. She was aware of Maria’s college aspirations and knew this would assist her financially.

Maria chose Northampton Community College in Bethlehem for her first two years, and plans to transfer to Delaware University to complete her degree in Business Management. She considers herself to be organized and professional and has enjoyed her Business and Technology Professional program at EASTERN.

“I am honored to be the first recipient of this award,” said Maria. “I knew my decision to continue my education in the business field was the right choice for me. I am extremely grateful for the financial help this will provide.”

After graduation from Delaware University, Maria hopes to work for a large company in New York City.

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Culinary Arts Students Recognized for Outstanding Achievement

Seventeen Eastern Center for Arts and Technology (EASTERN) Culinary Arts students were recognized for outstanding achievement with Zoe’s Kitchen gift cards. Zoe’s Kitchen in Willow Grove contributed the gift cards to the EASTERN Culinary Art Instructors to select outstanding students each month.

AM Session CUL Student Award Winners

Morning session Culinary Arts students from left to right – Rovisa Fox, Cheltenham High School senior; Jake Young, Upper Moreland High School junior; Emmitt Smith, Abington High School junior; Dakota French, Abington High School junior; Steven Katz, Abington High School junior; Myklin Geiger, Abington High School junior; Hanna Long, Upper Moreland High School senior; Shantelle Beaufort, Upper Moreland High School junior; and Tyler Jones, Upper Moreland High School junior.

Morning session Culinary Arts students who were recognized include Rovisa Fox, Cheltenham High School senior; Jake Young, Upper Moreland High School junior; Emmitt Smith, Abington High School junior; Dakota French, Abington High School junior; Steven Katz, Abington High School junior; Myklin Geiger, Abington High School junior; Hanna Long, Upper Moreland High School senior; Shantelle Beaufort, Upper Moreland High School junior; and Tyler Jones, Upper Moreland High School junior.

PM Session CUL Award Winners.

Afternoon session students from left to right – Lauren Lindsay, Hatboro-Horsham High School senior; Lydia Emlet, Cheltenham High School junior; Raegan Gabage, Jenkintown High School junior; Jameel Dill, Jenkintown High School junior; Willie Folk, Bishop McDevitt High School junior; Ashley Lademann, Abington High School junior; Brytan Rachlin, Hatboro-Horsham High School senior; and Alexandria Berman, Hatboro-Horsham High School senior.

Afternoon session students recognized include Lauren Lindsay, Hatboro-Horsham High School senior; Lydia Emlet, Cheltenham High School junior; Raegan Gabage, Jenkintown High School junior; Jameel Dill, Jenkintown High School junior; Willie Folk, Bishop McDevitt High School junior; Ashley Lademann, Abington High School junior; Brytan Rachlin, Hatboro-Horsham High School senior; and Alexandria Berman, Hatboro-Horsham High School senior.

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Army Veteran Visits Veterinary Science Program

Cpl. Anne Hessinger visiting Veterinary Science.

Lt. Colonel Anne Hessinger, U.S. Army Veterinarian, presenting to the Veterinary Science students at EASTERN.

On May 18, 2017, Eastern Center for Arts and Technology (EASTERN) Veterinary Science program students received an informative presentation by Lt. Colonel Anne Hessinger, U.S. Army Veterinarian. Lt. Colonel Hessinger discussed her career and educational path in the veterinary field and with the military. She also focused on other career opportunities in the veterinary field such as small animal practice, large animal practice, research facilities, zoos, and animal sanctuaries.

Currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Leadership at the Army War College in Carlisle, PA, Lt. Colonel Hessinger has been in the U.S. Army since she was 21 years old. She worked her way up through the ranks and completed her veterinary education through the military.

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Culinary Arts Student Spotlight – Shane Stone

Shane Stone from EASTERN's Culinary Arts Program

Gary Albert, EASTERN’s Culinary Arts Instructor, Shane Stone, and Dominique Boone, Paul Smith’s College Basketball Coach.

Eastern Center for Arts and Technology (EASTERN) Culinary Arts/Upper Moreland High School senior, Shane Stone, has been accepted to Paul Smith’s College, a private college located in Paul Smiths, N.Y. He will be continuing his education in the Culinary Arts & Service Management program. He has also been recruited to play basketball for the school.

Complementing his culinary education Shane received at EASTERN, his program at Paul Smith’s College will include advanced culinary techniques, emerging trends in nutrition, sanitation and food service operations, sensory perceptions of flavors, aromas, plate presentations and ambiance, marketing, sales and customer service, research, development and leadership.

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Business and Technology Professionals Visit Chapman Auto in Horsham

Business and Technology Professional students at Chapman Auto Group in Horsham.On May 12, 2017, Eastern Center for Arts and Technology (EASTERN) Business and Technology Professional students went on a field trip to Chapman Auto Group in Horsham, PA, to tour all business areas of the dealership. Students received a personalized tour of the Showroom, the Auto Service Area, Customer Service, Call Center, and Accounting.

Barbara Peck, Chapman Auto Group’s Recruitment/Human Resources Director and Elisa
Business and Technology Professional students learn about administrative opportunities at Chapman Auto Group in Horsham.Kascik, Controller, welcomed the Business and Technology Professional students and Instructor Marketa Crane and discussed the importance of school attendance when seeking potential hires. The automotive industry is a business that not only needs automotive technicians but also sales people, administrative staff, business office professionals, and marketing and creative teams.

“This opportunity let our Business and Technology Professional students see, first-hand, the many areas of business that comprise the very lucrative automotive industry,” said Tom Allen, EASTERN’s Executive Director. “We appreciate that Chapman Auto Group would partner with us on this field trip to help our students learn more about career options in business.”

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Business and Technology Professional Student Capstone Project

Anthonly Sleptsov works on the asset inventory project for the EASTERN Business Office.

Anthony Sleptsov on the job.

Eastern Center for Arts and Technology (EASTERN) Business and Technology

Professional/Lower Moreland High School senior, Anthony Sleptsov began his Senior Capstone Project for Lower Moreland High School on Monday, May 15, 2017 in EASTERN’s Business Office. As a second-year Business and Technology Professional student, he chose an asset inventory project for EASTERN’s Business Office because it would utilize his Excel, organizational and time management skills.

From now through early June, Anthony will be working five and a half hours every Tuesday in EASTERN’s Business Office researching and preparing an asset inventory report. This involved scanning all equipment asset tags throughout all fourteen programs, photographing each piece of equipment, and creating a database with each item included. The purpose of this project is to help the Business Office determine what we have, what we no longer have, what we need and what needs to be disposed of. Anthony will also continue his Business and Technology Professional program at EASTERN in the afternoon.

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Collision Repair Technology Student Recognized by Springfield Rotary

Mike Thornton presenting the Springfield Rotary John McCook Memorial Award to Garrett Boles

Mike Thornton presenting the Springfield Rotary John McCook Memorial Award to Garrett Boles.

On May 9, 2017, Garrett Boles, Eastern Center for Arts and Technology (EASTERN) Collision Repair Technology and Springfield Township High School senior, was presented with the Springfield Rotary John McCook Memorial Award. This award is named after a past President of the Club, John McCook, who worked in the trades most of his professional life. This award honors outstanding students who excel in academics and in their career and technical program at EASTERN.

Michael Thornton, Rotarian, presented Garrett with a certificate of achievement and monetary award at a luncheon held at EASTERN. Joe Greb, EASTERN’s Assistant Director, thanked the Springfield Rotary for their continued support of EASTERN students and the skilled trades.

“I am very proud of Garrett,” said Steve Parke, EASTERN’s Collision Repair Technology Instructor. “He works hard, achieves outstanding grades, and takes pride in his work. It is great to see him recognized by this amazing organization.”

EASTERN’s Collision Repair Technology program students benefit from a combination of classroom instruction and hands-on experience needed to carry out repairs on motor vehicles. Students benefit from the use of Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-Car) enhanced curriculum.

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