Penn College alumni “deliver” results at Amazon Inc.

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Williamsport, Pa. — One is a bit shy, grew up 20 minutes from campus, and studied information technology. The other is outgoing, was raised in Pennsylvania Dutch Country, and chose electronics. These two students used their Pennsylvania College of Technology education as a springboard for rewarding careers with subsidiaries of one of the world’s most omnipresent corporations.Their paths didn’t cross while attending Penn College, but Matthew A. Bamonte and Jiovanni N. Rosario are kindred spirits thanks to their roles within Amazon Inc. Bamonte is a learning experience designer for Amazon Robotics in North Reading, Massachusetts, and Rosario works as a control projects engineer for Amazon Web Services in northern Virginia.“The thing I love most about working for Amazon Robotics is that I’m part of a team that helps make other people’s jobs easier and allows our customers to get their packages faster,” said Bamonte, who graduated in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in game and simulation programming and a minor in math.“What gives me the most satisfaction is when family and friends tell me that they use AWS services to support their application,” said Rosario, a 2014 grad with a bachelor’s degree in electronics and …

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