Community Support

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Education is key to success! Krista Gephart, Regional President, Jodi Heck, Commercial Lender, and Samantha Mcllwain, Jersey Shore Branch Manager were pleased to present Jersey Shore Area School District’s Superintendent, Brian Ulmer with a $5,000 EITC donation to Jersey Shore School Education Foundation.

This donation helped purchase the SIM Junior Manikins in the high school that are used for Health Science and CPR training.

Lauren Pluskey McLain, Senior Direct, Corporate and Foundation Relations at Geisinger was presented with a $3000 EITC donation from JSSB's Jim Minniti, Consultant; Karl Conrad, Danville Branch Manager, and David Latorre, Commercial Lender.

The Geisinger Health Foundation’s EITC approved programs include:

REACH-HEI - an out-of-school program that provides academic enrichment opportunities for low-income and/or first-generation-to-college students in northeastern and central Pennsylvania & enables them to succeed in health-related professions.

AIM-HI - a career exploration program that provides 10-12th-grade students within the Geisinger geographical footprint who are interested in exploring careers in healthcare the opportunity to gain firsthand experience in a hospital setting.

What a happy bunch!! The Altoona Area School District Foundation President, Brendan Moran along with Paula Foreman, Executive Director were thrilled to accept this $5,000 donation from JSSB to help with the Educator-in-Residence Program.

This program provides teachers the opportunity to invite resource people into the school or classroom where they can share their expertise with students and staff.

JSSB President, Karen Young, Regional President, Krista Gephart, Commercial Lenders, Terry Glunt and Chris Kirwin were all honored to make the presentation!

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