godshall's logo SUCCESS begins with Ronald Godshall

    Since 1984, Ronald Godshall has been employed at Godshall’s Quality Meats, and was promoted to president in 2019. Ron attended NMTCC in the Electronic Servicing program, graduating high school in 1989. Ron feels he gained confidence and felt inspired while attending NMTCC, stating  “it was all logical, no hunches or emotions, just fact. The light is either on or it’s not.” He used the skills he learned at NMTCC to help fix equipment at Godshall’s Quality Meats. In his 20’s he started learning more about the meat business and continued to grow in the business. He learned how to run the first smokehouse and continued to learn more each day on the job.

    Ron’s advice to younger students, “Find something you like to do and make a job out of it. Most importantly, find other people with the passion and drive to help you accomplish your goals.”



    photo of Kelly SUCCESS begins with Kelly Matz

    Kelly became interested in graphic arts when she started at NMTCC in 10th grade.  Her creative nature led her to the graphic arts program and she’s never looked back. Kelly worked in the copy center at NMTCC when she was a student and feels it helped her become “more independent and confident both as a young professional and as a student.”

    After graduating high school in 2009, Kelly went on to receive an Associate’s Degree in Graphic Design from Antonelli Institute and was valedictorian of her graduating class. In 2018, Kelly started her position as a Graphic Designer at beMarketing.

    Kelly’s advice to younger students, “Treat every opportunity like it’s your destiny. Prepare for presentations like you’re interviewing for your dream job. Only present work that you’re truly proud of. Pay attention to details and never sell yourself short.”


    Jared Spackman photo SUCCESS begins with Jared Spackman

    Jared continues to find success as a graphic artist. While in high school, he attended NMTCC's Graphic Arts program. Upon graduation from high school, he followed his passion and furthered his education at Antonelli Institute. 

    Jared Spackman is an industry-inspiring graphic designer in the Philadelphia region. He has worked at Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board (VFTCB) since March of 2017, starting as an intern. In May of 2018, Jared graduated Summa Cum Laude in his Associate’s Degree program and transitioned to full-time work.

    Jared’s dedication to creative initiatives have shown successful to the VFTCB’s over-arching strategy of community outreach and tourism promotion for Montgomery County, PA. He has designed hundreds of tourism related projects and has heavily assisted with both envisioning and executing the creative strategy behind numerous company events.

    His experience in the creative field goes beyond designing. Team management, Photography, and Digital Art are also skillsets Jared has aggressively developed. He has overseen the responsibilities of two interns, photographed company events, and creative direction of numerous large scale VFTCB projects including the design of the Montgomery County, PA, Visitor Center at Valley Forge National Historical Park.

    Today, Jared is working at the VFTCB with an eagerness to build upon its inspirational brands, as well as inspiring those who visit the Montgomery County, PA area to fall in love with all it has to offer.


    SUCCESS begins with Jorge Campacci


    Jorge’s career in the automotive industry started because of his passion for cars and the knowledge provided by NMTCC. He began his career at North Penn Mazda as an entry level technician in 1996. As a result of the career jump-start he received by completing the AYES certification, he excelled through manufacture sponsored training for Mazda and was awarded Master Technician status at 23 years of age. 

    In 2003, he was promoted to Service Consultant at North Penn Mazda and by late 2003 was promoted to Service Manager. He now represents the entire NE region of dealers for Mazda Service Departments.


    SUCCESS begins with James Moffo


    Unsure of what to do after high school, James attend NMTCC hoping to pursue a career in Carpentry. After visiting the HVAC program, James’ interest in HVAC was peaked. While attending high school, James secured a position with a HVAC company. His employer sent him to Delaware County Community College after high school to further his education.

    Using the skills and training he learned over the years, James is successfully continuing his employment at Carney Plumbing, Heating and Cooling as the Installation and Service Manager.