Voelker discusses his passion for the Central Penn College family
By Paul Miller
Knightly News Co-Adviser
In our newest podcast, Episode #34, we welcome Admissions Counselor Curtis Voelker to the show to talk about the upcoming Young Alumni Happy Hour, his journey through his education at Central Penn, and his opportunity to speak with high school students about his hardships growing up.
The podcast is also joined by Knightly News President Sherri Long and a special guest appearance by former Knightly News Vice President Norman Geary.
Voelker has had a life of trials and tribulations, documented by Harrisburg-based Uproot Creative Services in their Portraits series. His story can be seen here.
In the first segment with Voelker, he discusses his job as an admission counselor, often spending the fall and spring months traveling to high schools to recruit students and to discuss with him the hardships he has endured, cherishing the opportunity to impact the lives of young people.
In the second segment of the podcast, the group discusses the Central Penn College Education Foundation scholarships.
Voelker is a trustee of the Education Foundation and Long and Geary have both won different scholarships during their time at the college.
The discussion finally shifted to Voelker’s role as a member of the Alumni Council, discussing the upcoming Central Penn On Tap: Young Alumni Happy Hour, taking place Aug. 16 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the Public Fare at Weis Markets in Enola.
If you are interested in registering for the event, or for more information: http://www.centralpenn.edu/about-central-penn/news-events-community/central-penn-on-tap-young-alumni/
The Knightly News would like to wish Voelker congratulations for his recent completion of his M.P.S. at Central Penn College.