Chester County Briefly: April 25

Mark Hostutler
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Steven C. Cunningham

Coatesville Savings Bank

Steven C. Cunningham has been named the bank’s Senior Vice President of Lending. In that capacity, he also serves as a member of the bank’s Senior Management Team and oversees the entire lending operation for the bank.

Cunningham joined Coatesville Savings Bank in 2010 as Vice President, Business Development Officer. He has more than 35 years of banking experience, including customer service and retail management positions, in addition to his specialty of business development and lending. His responsibilities have included commercial lending of all types, as well as deposit products and services for businesses.

Cunningham is a lifelong resident of Coatesville and an active member of the community.

“Steve’s combination of lending experience, familiarity with our market area, and commitment to both his customers and the local community is the ideal formula for the chief of lending at a community bank,” said Joe Carroll, the Chairman of Coatesville Savings Bank.

Triumph Group

The Berwyn-based aerospace company sold a portion of its business to Arlington Capital Partners, a private equity firm based in Washington, D.C., writes Michelle Caffrey for The Philadelphia Business Journal.

Arlington said that it purchased Triumph’s forming and fabrication facilities to spin out a new company.

The new organization, Radius Aerospace, will focus on providing the structural equipment for aircraft programs for the Boeing 787, Airbus A320neo, Lockheed Marin F-35, Bombardier Global 7500, and Gulf stream G650, among other growth programs.

Immaculata University

Immaculata and Widener University have expanded their articulation agreement to give Immaculata students the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree from Immaculata and continue into a master’s degree in three popular programs from Widener University during their senior year.

The master’s programs are Master of Social Work (MSW), Master of Science in Criminal Justice (MCJ), and a Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) with concentrations in chemical and biomedical engineering.

Under the agreement, Immaculata students will be admitted to Widener University after completing their junior year of undergraduate study at Immaculata. Students from Immaculata’s social work, sociology, or psychology programs can enroll in the MSW and receive guaranteed admission to Widener’s program and an annual full-time scholarship. Immaculata’s criminology majors are eligible for guaranteed admission to the MCJ program and an annual part-time scholarship. Students in Immaculata’s chemistry and biology programs may apply to the MSE program, which provides a partial waiver toward full-time tuition once students have completed prerequisite courses.

Image of U.S. Rep. John R. Lewis via Lincoln University.

Lincoln University

U.S. Rep. John R. Lewis, a prominent civil rights leader and representative of Georgia’s 5th Congressional District, will speak at Lincoln’s 160th Commencement on Sunday, May 5.

“John Lewis’s legacy as a civil rights leader and legislator aligns with the values and mission of Lincoln University, which is to educate and empower students to lead their communities and change the world,” said Lincoln University President Brenda A. Allen. “It is our hope that graduates and those in attendance at the ceremony will be inspired by the heartening words of Congressman Lewis.”

Lewis assumed office on Jan. 3, 1987 and has been serving Georgia’s 5th District in the U.S. House of Representatives for the past 30 years.

Delaware County Community College

Are you ready to explore how your strengths and interests can apply to a new and exciting career path? The college’s New Choices Career Development Program is offering a four-week, 10-class mini session beginning on Tuesday, May 14. The deadline to register for this free program is May 13. Classes are held Monday to Wednesday from 10 AM-2:30 PM at the Marple Campus.

Created more than 37 years ago, New Choices can help you gain the knowledge and skills you need to determine a career path, find a job, and achieve your goals. The program provides individual and group support, career assessment and planning, employer contacts, networking opportunities, resume writing, interviewing techniques, and basic computer skills, with the aim of helping students find a successful career and a fresh start.

To learn more or to register, call 610-359-5232.

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