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Career Day Showcases College’s Enticing ‘degrees that work’


Masonry lab among Career Day venuesNinth- through 12th-graders from a number of school districts visited Penn College campuses Oct. 15 for Career Day, sponsored by Outreach for K-12 to allow exploration of a wide variety of technical careers through hands-on activities, tours of facilities, and discussions with students and faculty. Held twice a year during semester break, Career Day is a premier opportunity to showcase the college’s majors and effectively spark interest among prospective enrollees in the college’s scores of “degrees that work.” For more, visit the PCToday photo gallery.

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