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FALL CONFERENCE  2017
November 1-3, 2017
The Hotel Hershey

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NEWS

Due Dates

  • October 1, 2017: Submission of the application for the KITTY MCGUIGAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Election NEWS
Congratulations to Dawn Zatorski  our new Association Vice President and Cindi Bartholomew our continuing Treasurer.  A heartfelt Thank You to all candidates on the ballot who continue to show their support for the Association.

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Scholarship Information

 
Kitty McGuigan Scholarship Award

In 2000, the membership approved the awarding of an annual $1,000 college scholarship, The Kitty McGuigan Memorial Scholarship, to an active member’s son/daughter.  This year, the award will be granted to a student who will be beginning college in the Fall after the Fall Conference.  A committee has been formed to review applications for the scholarship. Although awards will be made at the Fall Conference, it is not necessary for you to be in attendance to be considered.

Download the scholarship application form by clicking on the following link:

Scholarship Application Form

Congratulations to this year's recipients (2016)

Nathan Blair – Parent Matt and Heidi Blair / Major in Mechanical Engineering
Dominic Nocera – Parent Michael and Nancy Nocera / Major in Biomedical Engineering
$1000 each recipient

Resources for Non-A/CAPA Scholarships

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