The Eastern Center for Arts and Technology (EASTERN) Foundation is seeking ads for the Open House Ad book. EASTERN’s Open House will be held Sunday, March 1, 2015 from 1 – 3:30 p.m. and typically hosts from 500 – 600 community members throughout the day.
This year, for the first time, the EASTERN Foundation will be distributing Ad Books at this popular event. Ad costs and specification are:
- Full page ad (5 ½” X 8 ½) $150;
- Half page ad (5 ½” X 4 ¼”) $80;
- Business card ad (3 ½” X 2”) $45.
Ads will be in black & white, with grayscale for pictures. The Ad Books will give your business wide exposure in Eastern Montgomery County. Ad Book distribution includes all school districts, parents of current and potential EASTERN students, and local businesses and community members. A good value for the money!
Over $190,000 has been awarded to EASTERN’s Secondary and PN Students since the Foundation’s inception in 2005. We ask that you to support our student awards by making a tax deductible donation to EASTERN’s Foundation and/or placing an ad in the Foundation Ad Book.
Please complete and submit this form to Amy Shields – email@example.com. Deadline for ads is November 7, 2014.
EASTERN is always working to improve upon and enhance our curriculum, goals, community involvement, and opportunities for our students.
On October 30, 2014, a Strategic Planning Retreat will be held at EASTERN. Approximately 40 stakeholders will participate in this consultant-led review of the findings from the Current Reality study that took place during the 2013 – 2014 school year. The goal for the retreat is to develop 3 – 4 Strategic Goals for the upcoming six years.
Thank you to all staff members, instructors, and community and business partners who have assisted us in this process.
Eastern Center for Arts and Technology (EASTERN) 2013 Allied Health/Lower Moreland High School graduate, Isabella Andre, is currently at Manor College completing her prerequisites for the Bachelor of Nursing program at Thomas Jefferson University. On September 18 and 19, Isabella took time out of her busy schedule to talk to the new class of Allied Health students about her education and career path since graduating from high school.
Isabella always knew that she wanted to pursue a career in which helping people was the main focus. While in 11th grade, she visited EASTERN’s Allied Health program and decided to enroll for her senior year. Through Allied Health, Isabella had the unique opportunity to shadow healthcare professionals two days a week at Abington Memorial Hospital while still in high school. Isabella excelled in the Allied Health program, achieving straight A status, and began researching nursing schools. She was very impressed with Thomas Jefferson’s program and was thrilled when she was formally accepted for the fall of 2015. She already completed the mandatory Medical Terminology class through EASTERN’s Dual Enrollment program with Montgomery County Community College (MCCC). After high school graduation, she continued to take prerequisites at MCCC, and matriculated to Manor over the summer.
Eastern Center for Arts and Technology (EASTERN) Allied Health/Upper Dublin High School senior, Zachary Weglos, is getting a head start on his career in the healthcare field by attending EASTERN.
Last year, as a junior in high school, Zachary enlisted in the U.S. Army Reserves as a Combat Medic. Through the Army Reserves, Zachary will be attending Combat Medic Training this upcoming summer, which is an intensive 16 week training program. Through the Combat Medic Training, Zachary will become a certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Once he has completed this program, he will continue to pursue his education at Albright College for pre-med or nursing.
Eastern Center for Arts and Technology (EASTERN) Welding Technology/Hatboro-Horsham High School seniors, Matthew McPhillips and Matthew Donnelly, are holding a collection at EASTERN from October 1 – 31, 2014 for used, or even broken, welding eye protection, as well as baseball hats and sunglasses for welders in Haiti. Outside donations can be dropped off at EASTERN’s entrance throughout the month of October.
This past summer, McPhillips and Donnelly accompanied McPhillips’ father to Haiti, the poorest country in the western hemisphere, with Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity (VOSH), Pennsylvania chapter. VOSH is an organization that provides eye exams, eyeglasses, and eye surgery to those in need in developing nations at no cost during short-term mission trips.
Eastern Center for Arts and Technology (EASTERN) Computer Network Administration/Upper Moreland High School junior, Olga Stylianou, is taking the steps toward a successful career working with computers, specifically networking and/or programming, through her Computer Network Administration program at EASTERN.
A native of Cyprus, Olga moved to the United States two years ago. While in Cyprus, Olga took computer classes to master all Microsoft Office products. Upon moving to the United States, she was ready for more advanced classes.