They specializes in technical education and hands-on training of both secondary and post-secondary students since 1968. Our classrooms and shop areas are equipped with up-to-date machinery and technology providing students with all the tools necessary to learn techniques that are commonly used in today’s industry.
Barry Fillman, Director
814-653-8265 ext. 182
Three organizations with specific missions and separate boards and finances that work together with one director to build and promote the central business district, community aesthetics and overall economic health of Kane.
Pamela Miles, Executive Director
- Provide technical assistance related to local, state and federal economic development programs.
- Referrals to resources for Entrepreneurs considering starting or expanding a business.
- Provide marketing and administration for the MCIDC Loan Program
- Maintaining a directory of potential development sites
- Manage special projects related to community and economic development
Sherri Geary, Director
Facilitate new business development in the areas of retail, commercial, manufacturing and agriculture through joint business development. We work together with the Potter County Government, Housing and Redevelopment, local municipality government and existing area businesses. We have developed our own website and marketing brochure designed for targeted business to be developed.
Ivan Lehman, President
814-848-9923 or 814-203-0091
- Provide college-credit coursework via distance learning technologies
- Provide test-taking facilities and staff (Pearson VUE testing)
- Provide continuing education courses for educators
- Provide personal enrichment classes for area residents
- Provide workforce training and professional development
Kimberly Rees, Executive Director
We incorporate the expert resources and knowledge of Penn State faculty and research into non-credit programs designed to enhance and improve performance. We meet with business leaders and community stakeholders to identify performance gaps that can be improved through education. Using this information, faculty develop programs that meet the delivery and performance expectations of our partners. Our programs and services are offered at times and locations that best meet the needs of our students and educational partners. While some are offered at a business, industry, or corporate location; others use campus resources to enhance their programs with an educational experience. We also ask organizations how we can customize training to fit their needs by offering Program Select.
John Brennan, Education Program Associate
One-on one no-fee consulting and technical assistance, education and training, information assistance
- Business planning
- Long term growth strategies
- Loan packaging
- Exporting and importing
- Management assistance
Cindy Nellis, Director
We are involved in all facets of Marketing: Mobile Marketing, email marketing, internet, print, radio, television, literature.
Holly Komonczi – Executive Director
814-765-5734 x 204
The Lumber Heritage Region is an internationally recognized forest community with a sense of pride in our people, out quality of life, and the traditions of our rural heritage. Our sustainable forest is a destination that continues to provide unique opportunities for forest products manufacturing, education, research, and recreation. Linking forests, parks, historic resources, and communities allows residents and visitors to explore our vibrant culture and contribute to a vital economy.
Holly Komonczi, Executive Director
To provide a full range of cost-effective educational services in collaboration with area institutions of learning, businesses, and industries.
Kimberly Rees, Executive Director
Community Action is a community catalyst to provide and coordinate activities which promote family self-sufficiency and advance community prosperity.