Student Career Readiness Showcase Luncheon
On: February 7, 2017 Filed Under: Member News
February 7, 2017, (Enola, PA) – The Capital Region Partnership for Career Development (CRPCD)
announced an invitation for media to attend the Career Development Showcase Luncheon on
February 8, 2017 at 11:30am at the Best Western Premiere in Harrisburg.
Students from Capital Region schools in Dauphin, Cumberland and Perry County will be showcasing
their experiences through displays and speeches about internships, CPRCD Programs, CNA
programs, ACE Mentoring and more.
The Keynote speaker will be Mr. Ryan Unger, President & CEO of Team PA. The Keynote and
premiere sponsor is PNC Bank.
Attendees include educational representatives including superintendents, directors, school board
members, counselors, career coordinators, students and additional representatives from: BELCO
Federal Credit Union, Big Spring School District, The Capital Area Intermediate Unit (CAIU), Camp
Hill School District, Carlisle Area School District, Central Dauphin School District, Central Penn
College, Cumberland Perry VoTech (CPAVTS), Cumberland Valley School District, Pennsylvania
Department of Education, Derry Township School District, East Pennsboro Area School District,
Harrisburg Area Community College, Halifax School District, Harrisburg Regional Chamber &
CREDC, Harrisburg School District, Harrisburg University of Science & Technology, Infinity Charter
School, Lower Dauphin School District, Mechanicsburg Area School District, Members 1st Federal
Credit Union, Middletown Area School District, Millersburg Area School District, Northern York
School District, Northern York School District, Orrstown Bank, Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics,
PNC, Rescare Workforce Services, SCPa Works/Workforce Development Board, Shippensburg Area
School District, South Middleton Area School District, Steelton-Highspire School District, Strategic
Early Warning Network, Susquehanna Township School District, Susquenita Township School
District, Team PA, Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology, United Way of the Capital Region, West
Perry School District, West Shore School District, Jump Street, Reinsel Kuntz Lesher (RKL) LLP,
Pennsy Supply, CAEDC, Schaedler Yesco, The Manufacturer’s Association, Lower Allen Township,
Hampden Township, NexGen and others.
The program includes the presentation of the Allen D. Quirk Jr. Excellence in Education Award to an
outstanding student in the Capital Region. The event is full to capacity
For more information, please contact Executive Director Lynda Morris: Lynda@crpcd.org.
About the Capital Region Partnership for Career Development
The Partnership is a non-profit 501c-3 registered organization. It is the mid-state’s premier career
development network. We link schools, employers, and post-secondary partners to help students make
informed decisions about their future and prepare for the opportunities and challenges of the 21st
century workforce. For more information, visit our website at www.crpcd.org