Middle Bucks Institute of Technology in Jamison recently recognized Angelica Breslin, a second year student in Residential Construction Carpentry, and a senior at William Tennent High School, for being recognized by the National Association of Home Builder’s Professional Women in Building by Council of Bucks and Montgomery Counties.
The Professional Women in Building Council is an organization dedicated to enhancing the roles of both women and men in the building industry by fostering personal and professional networking relationships, while promoting a positive image of the building industry through community outreach, education programs and political awareness.
Breslin was presented her award by her teacher Anthony Rogers, with her classmates and Middle Bucks administrators cheering her on.
For more information, contact Kristin Feeney, education coordinator, at 215-343-2480, Ext. 108 or email@example.com.