PIA Youngstown is proud to announce the April 2018 graduating class. The graduation ceremony, held Tuesday, April 24th, honored the hard work and dedication of the students. Michael Beiler was named Valedictorian of the class, and Craig Crosswhite was named Saulatorian. In addition, Donald Armstrong, Michael Beiler, Craig Crosswhite, […]Read more...
The Hagerstown branch of PIA had its first Blood Drive, February 14th, 2018. With blood donations urgently needed, the American Red Cross and 28 students and staff from the Hagerstown Campus donated blood.
Thank you to all the donors and volunteers who rolled up their sleeves to help save lives. […]
The Youngstown Campus is proud to announce the graduation of 24 students (not all pictured) on December 22, 2017. Jacob Wysong and Seth Ague (not pictured) were honored as the class Valedictorian and Salutatorian respectively. In addition, Mr. Wysong was honored with the prestigious Perfect Attendance Award.
While many graduates […]
With blood donations urgently needed this winter, PIA-Youngstown students donated the “Gift of Life.” In conjunction with American Red Cross, over 25 students donated blood on January 11th.
Thank you to all the donors and volunteers who helped make this a successful event.
Last Wednesday’s expansion celebration in Youngstown was a great success! The ceremony opened up with Campus Director Joe DeRamo expressing his appreciation to the local community, government and Western Reserve Port Authority for all the support received to make the expansion happen.
President and CEO, Suzanne Markle, began by recognizing […]
On Wednesday, September 20th, the Youngstown Campus will host an expansion ribbon-cutting ceremony from 10:30-11:30am. This is open to the public and anyone is welcome to join. We are excited to finally be near completion of this project.
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A B-17, “Flying Fortess” bomber known as “Aluminum Overcast” landed at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport over the weekend. Visiting the restored bomber, students from the Youngstown campus toured the aircraft and volunteered their time to care for the plane. One student worked so hard, he was given a free flight.Read more...