BY DANIELLE VANHORN
The Indiana County Technology Center’s Masonry and Graphics & Electronic Media (GEM) Programs recently provided services for The Wall that Heals event at Mack Park. The Wall That Heals is a Vietnam veterans memorial replica and mobile education center that was open to the public October 10-13th.
Twenty of ICTC’s Masonry students assisted in the assembly of the wall. These students included Brandon Brewer, Jacob Buggy, Dennis George, Rylie Hillegas, Michael Hunter, Tyler Lingenfelter, Hayden Lybarger, Michael Raineri, Timothy Reichenbach, Alex Smith, Bradley Ward, Cody Young, Nate Clarkin, Benjamin Davies, Jacob Gyenes, Nicolas Koffman, Austin Lydic, Jeremy Montgomery, Zachary Waite, and Benjamin Yingling. They were responsible for setting up the frame, panels, light fixtures, and the canopy for the visitor center. These industrious students set all of this up within a time span of 5 hours.
ICTC’s Graphics & Electronic Media (GEM) Program also provided their expertise by creating a brochure for the opening ceremony. This brochure had all of the information necessary from logos, photos and lists of information provided by Laura Jeffrey. GEM students, Arianna Ash and Bethany Zapach designed and developed all of the information on the brochure. Once the approval process was complete, the GEM students printed, folded, and packaged programs for delivery.
Community service is an important part of the ICTC experience. Teachers encourage student participation throughout their career at the ICTC. Students take pride in providing services for experience that helps build their professional careers.
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