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Concannon Miller CEO Bob Oster elected to Northampton Community College Foundation board

Posted by Concannon Miller on Jan 22, 2016 4:21:05 PM

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Bob_Oster_color_2.jpgConcannon Miller CEO Bob Oster was recently elected to the board of the Northampton Community College Foundation.

The foundation allows the college to offer students more private scholarship support than any other community college in Pennsylvania and to provide opportunities for students, faculty and the community that many other community colleges are unable to fund.

The Northampton Community College Foundation is one of the oldest and most successful community college foundations in the country. The Foundation has won an unprecedented six national Circle of Excellence awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. 

Oster also serves on the boards of St. Luke’s Hospital and the Minsi Trail Council of Boy Scouts of America, as well as on the Bethlehem Mayor’s Financial Advisory Committee.  He is a member of the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) and the Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs (PICPA).  He is a past president of the Lehigh Valley Chapter of PICPA, Via of the Lehigh Valley and AGN International-North America, an association of separate and independent accounting and consulting firms. 

In November, he received the annual Good Scout Award from the Minsi Trails Council’s South Mountain District.

Oster has been with Concannon Miller since 1979 and has been its CEO since 1998.

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