York County Alliance for Learning Elects Six New Board Members

YORK, PA – The York County Alliance for Learning (YCAL) Board of Directors recently elected six new members to their Board of Directors, effective July 1, 2022.  The YCAL Board is composed of a specific balance of representatives from Education, Business & Labor, and Community Organizations & Agencies to provide multi-faceted input and guidance to the organization. 

The six new members are Jessica Craft Schlosberg, Director of Human Resources, James Craft and Sons, Inc., Chris Fake, School Counselor, Spring Grove Area High School, Tom Kaizar, Manager, Tax Services Group, RKL, LLP, John Resh, Plant Manager, RHI Magnesita, Kirk Schlotzhauer, Director of Adult & Continuing Education, York County School of Technology, and Clair “CJ” Weigle, District Office Manager, Rep. Kate Klunk.

These six incoming members will join existing members Lisa Dennis, Retired Educator from South Western School District who serves as an Ex Officio Board Member, Beverly Evans, Assistant Dean of Career Development, York College of Pennsylvania, Kathie Ingoglia, Retired Educator from West York Area School District who serves as Board Secretary, Dr. Scott Krauser, Superintendent, York Suburban School District, Sully Pinos, Executive Director, BLOOM Business Empowerment Center, York County Economic Alliance, Bill Probert, Supervisor of Secondary Programs and Services, Dallastown Area School District who serves as the Board’s Vice-Chair, Dr. Stacey Sidle, Superintendent, Northeastern School District who serves as the Board’s Partner School Superintendent Liaison, and Walt Tilley, Partner, Stock and Leader, Attorneys at Law who serves as the Board’s Treasurer.  A full list of YCAL’s Board of Directors can be viewed by visiting: www.ycal.us/about/board-members/.

YCAL connects educators and employers to engage students in various career development activities to help drive the workforce.  YCAL currently offers 40 different Career Exploration Programs as well as Pre-Apprenticeship programs in Construction, Electrical, and Manufacturing to local high school students.  YCAL also offers educator enrichment programs such as the Career Education and Work Standards Symposium and Educator in the Workplace.  For more information on YCAL programs and to learn how you can get involved with supporting these programs, please visit www.ycal.us.

The York County Alliance for Learning is a non-profit organization that works with businesses and schools to provide career education, relevant academic experiences, and work based learning to York County students. YCAL is a non-profit organization under the 501(c)(3) regulations. YCAL is supported in part by corporate donations; any investment is tax exempt. YCAL is an approved Education Improvement Organization under the Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program. For more information, and opportunities to help support YCAL’s mission, please visit www.ycal.us or contact Executive Director Kevin Appnel at kappnel@ycal.us