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Electronics Technology Students visit Pennsylvania College of Technology Campus

The Electronics Technology program visited the Pennsylvania College of Technology campus, a place they will be well accustomed to as the year goes on for those earning college credits.  Students are able to earn college credits while still in high school FREE here at SUN-Tech.

A Letter From a Happy SUN Tech Parent

Dear SUN Area Vocational Institute,

I am writing to your school to say THANK YOU for SUN Area Vocational Institute, Mr. Hauck, who was my son’s instructor while attending in 2012, and those who provided by son with a $20,000 scholarship to attend Pennsylvania College of Technology. We are deeply grateful for everyone’s generosity.

Adam Mowery will be graduating from Pennsylvania College of Technology on Saturday, May 17, 2014 from the Ford Asset Program and will be graduating with honors.

Adam is planning to join his father and uncle in the industry in May after graduating from Pennsylvania College of Technology.

I feel that SUN Area Vocational Institute is a wonderful opportunity for the young men and women of the surrounding areas and my hope is that more of them use this opportunity to jumpstart their careers.

Again, THANK YOU to SUN Area Vocational Institute, Mr. Hauck, and those who provided the scholarship.


With deep appreciation,

Sherry Mowery


PCT’s Al Thomas Speaks to Collision Repair

Al Thomas, author and professor in the Automotive department at Penn College of Technology, came to visit the Collision Repair Technology program at SUN Area Technical Institute. Professor Thomas wrote the text book used by the Collision Program and came to talk to the class about the automotive paint industry, education, employment, and other topics. Also featured is Collision Repair Technology graduate Tyler Spear, who is currently attending Penn College of Technology.

Getting From Tech to College

Brace Yourselves, College is Coming

We’re probably not bursting anyone’s bubble when we say that paying for college is hard.

Luckily, students at SUN Tech can earn college credits in high school by completing their program of study, but it’s up to the student to claim them.  Up until now that’s been a confusing process.

Enter Penn College of Technology understands that the transition to college is a real pain and created Getting Them There to help students of all ages prepare for college.  Getting Them There is custom-made for tech ed students and provides all the guidance and resources you need to get from technical education to college and claim all the credits you earned during high school. The site provides links to all of the forms you need to submit to claim your credits.

As a SUN Tech student there are just a few forms between you and thousands of dollars in tuition savings.  Check out Getting Them There and make it happen!