Skip to main content

Anchor’s up! Apprentice’ship’ blog sets sail

Christopher P. RayPenn College’s proven prominence in helping companies improve their employees’ skills through apprenticeship training is reflected in a new feature of the campus community’s blog. Laying the groundwork for a planned series of insightful posts, author Christopher P. Ray – Workforce Development’s executive director for business development – debuts with a definition of what separates the program from the myriad other “ships” in the workforce world.

Subscribe to PCToday Daily Email

Related Stories

Pennsylvania College of Technology has been awarded a $314,440 PAsmart grant that will be used to familiarize middle school students with careers in manufacturing and construction.
Apprenticeships

Penn College receives $314,440 PAsmart grant

Read more
Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Student & Administrative Services Center will be renamed for retiring President Davie Jane Gilmour. The Penn College Board of Directors approved that honor – as well as “emeritus” status – for Gilmour, who is set to retire June 30 after 24 years as president of the special mission affiliate of Penn State.
Apprenticeships

Administration building named for retiring college president

Read more
Kade N. Chrostowski (foreground), of Moorestown, N.J., majoring in culinary arts technology and applied management, tells the lab guests about the previous day's assignment: a chicken dish with a prep-to-plate deadline of two hours and 15 minutes. He is among the students in the Foundations of Professional Cooking course taught by Chef Frank M. Suchwala (center background), associate professor of hospitality management/culinary arts.
Faculty & Staff

‘MasterChef Junior Live!’ cast learns what’s cooking on campus

Read more