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Career Day Held for High School Students

Christopher H. Van Stavoren, assistant professor of automotive technology: Ford ASSET, discusses today's electronically controlled automotive systems Students from Millville Area Jr./Sr. High School operate a fuel cell-operated model car Nearly 1,350 ninth- through 12-graders (and 172 chaperones) from 38 area schools gathered on Penn College’s campuses Friday for Career Day, which allows high school students to explore a wide variety of technical careers through hands-on activities, tours of facilities, and discussions with students and faculty. Among the day’s varied sessions were “Ford Motor Co.: Automotive Technology in the 21st Century” (left photo) and “Hydrogen Fuel Cells: Energy for the Future.” ( Photos by Jessica L. Tobias, student photographer)

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