EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
Due to COVID-19 in person scheduled events have been postponed at this time. We will post more details as they become available.
Letter of Thanks from a Scholarship Recipient
Thank you for providing me with the Penn State Chapter of Chester County Trustee Scholarship. I cannot be thankful enough. This scholarship has helped me with so much, and I am so thankful. With this scholarship, I can successfully achieve becoming a Forensic Psychologist. I plan on receiving my Masters, then on to my Doctorate. This scholarship is just the first step onto achieving my dreams. I work at Starbucks, so joining clubs and continuing extracurriculars such as: volleyball, painting, hiking can be challenging. When I saw that I achieved this scholarship, I was lost for words.My roommate was confused but then I started jumping with pure joy, then I called my mother. I could not believe it at first, so I double-checked my LionPath account and it was legitimate.)Thank you for this scholarship, it has really helped me achieve my goals closer.)
Locust Lane Virtual Beer Tasting - Thank You Alumni!
Thank you to Locust Lane Craft Brewery, the Chester County Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association and the Penn State Brandywine Alumni Society for hosting our first virtual beer tasting. Over 50 participants joined to participate in a virtual tasting led by head brewer Tom Arnold. Missed the event but still want to learn about Locust Lane Craft Brews? View the recording HERE
Chapter Community Support
Ice Cream Sale - The Chapter held an August Creamery Ice Cream sale to benefit our Open Doors Scholarship. We sold 214 half gallons which raised $591. Many thanks to all the participants.
Lifting Up Lions - A alumni association program to provide Penn Staters with information, resources and services to handle challenges especially in these unprecedented times. Click here to access Lifting Up Lions
The Chapter sponsored several events in January and February of this year to support THON and raised $1,090. Many thanks to all who participated in the events.
The Chapter made a $500 donation to The Student Care & Advocacy Emergency Fund for students facing unexpected hardship due to the COVID-19 situation. Click HERE to make a donation