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PCTI Students ‘Thank’ Columbia Bank

Student Talent Showcased During National Career & Technical Education Month Visit

FAIR LAWN, NJ – February 15, 2019 -- A small contingent of students and their faculty advisor from Passaic County Technical Institute (PCTI) in Wayne recently took time out of their busy school schedules to stop by Columbia Bank’s corporate headquarters in Fair Lawn to officially “thank the bank” for their career support efforts and also to showcase their fellow student’s talents. The visit coincided with National Career & Technical Education Month.
Shown during their visit to Columbia’s corporate headquarters are: (from left) Allyson Schlesinger, Columbia Bank’s Executive Vice President, Head of Consumer Banking; PCTI Skills USA Advisor Angelo Cassilli; PCTI student James Pettibone; Matthew Crocco, 1st Senior Vice President, Head of Retail Banking; PCTI student Jake Noonan; Thomas J. Kemly, Columbia Bank’s President and Chief Executive Officer; PCTI students Shanaz Rafique and Sabrina Valderrama; Michael Campbell, Senior Vice President, Community Development Officer; PCTI student Amelia Roopnarine; Richard Graff, Senior Commercial Account Executive, and PCTI Skills USA Advisor Geralyn Hunter.
Gifts presented included student-drawn illustrations which will be displayed at the bank and gourmet baked goods prepared by the school’s Culinary Institute.