Melissa “Missy” Shupe of Aspers, Adams County, is the newest member of the HACC Foundation Board.
Generous Donors Establish Three New Scholarships for HACC Students (Image 1 of 3)
Established by the family and friends of Jeffrey A. Wolford, the Jeffrey A. Wolford Memorial Scholarship Fund will be used for tuition and books for students enrolled in HACC’s heating, ventilation and air conditioning program.
Generous Donors Establish Three New Scholarships for HACC Students (Image 2 of 3)
Established by Mrs. Kelly Lick, the Ted Lick Memorial Nursing Scholarship will be used for tuition and books for students enrolled in HACC’s nursing program.
Seven HACC Employees Receive Mini-Grants for Innovation
Tammy Gingras-Moore, adjunct instructor of communications, Lancaster Campus, receives a Seeds of Change mini-grant award for innovation from HACC Foundation Board member Dennis L. Benchoff, right, and President John J. “Ski” Sygielski.
HACC Raises More Than $120,000 for Students and Programs Through Golden Anniversary Gala
HACC students gather on the red carpet at HACC’s Golden Anniversary Gala.
Hauser Estate Winery Donates $601 to the HACC Foundation
The Hauser Estate Winery recently presented $601 to the HACC Foundation to support the Helen Hauser Memorial Scholarship at HACC. The funds were raised during the HACC and Hauser Moveable Feast at the winery in October 2014. Pictured, from left, are Hannah Hauser; Melinda Davis; Shannon Harvey, vice president of HACC’s Gettysburg Campus; and Jane Patrono. Hauser, Davis and Patrono are sisters and co-owners of the winery in western Adams County. The Helen Memorial Scholarship provides financial assistance to a student enrolled in the viticulture and enology program at HACC.
HACC Foundation Board Adds New Member, Names Officers
Dennis Benchoff of Lancaster will serve a three-year term on the HACC Foundation Board of Directors.
Greg King, HACC Foundation Board of Directors Member
HACC Foundation Board of Directors member Greg King was the recipient of an honorary doctor of public service degree from HACC.
HACC Foundation seeks qualified applicants to serve on its Board of Directors
Caption1: The HACC Foundation, a non-profit educational trust established in 1985 to raise private and corporate revenues in support of HACC, Central Pennsylvania's Community College, is seeking professional, ethical, knowledgeable and hard-working individuals to join its Board of Directors. (From left: John M. Eberly, vice president of finance at HACC and treasurer of the HACC Foundation; James E. Grandon, Jr., chairman of the HACC Foundation Board; Linnie S. Carter, Ph.D., APR, vice president of college advancement at HACC and executive director of the HACC Foundation)
HACC Dedicates New TE Connectivity Foundation 3-D Print Lab
Surrounded by HACC students, alumni and TE Connectivity employees, John J. "SKI" Sygielski, Ed.D., president of HACC, Central Pennsylvania's Community College, presents Rob Shaddock, executive vice president and chief technology officer at TE Connectivity, a certificate of appreciation for the nearly three-decade partnership, as well as HACC's new "TE Connectivity Foundation 3-D Print Lab" that was dedicated tonight, May 8, 2014.