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Alumni Success Story Retold in Cisco Publication

Daniel J. ClarkeDaniel J. Clarke, who graduated from Penn College with four information technology degrees in May and December 2007, is featured in an Impact in Pennsylvania newsletter from the Cisco Networking Academy. Clarke, a systems engineer, works with the Cisco Public Sector team in meeting the technology needs of education and government. “I love to give back, working with administrative and networking folks at schools to deliver the technology their students use today,” he says. “The same thing applies to working with state and local governments to enable services for them and their constituents in some cases, services they never expected to be able to afford because we are able to design cost-effective services.” The article, shared by Jeff B. Weaver, associate professor of electronics, and republished here with the permission of Cisco, is on Pages 6-7 of the following:

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