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Career-Readiness Conference Asks – and Answers – ‘Have You Ever?’

Paul R. Watson II, dean of academic services and college transitions, addresses a filled Mountain Laurel Room in the Thompson Professional Development Center.
Paul R. Watson II, dean of academic services and college transitions, addresses a filled Mountain Laurel Room in the Thompson Professional Development Center.
Chef Richard J. McGlynn III, head cook in the college’s Le Jeune Chef Restaurant, leads a “Have you ever …” session. His topic: “Have you ever prepared food tableside?”
Chef Richard J. McGlynn III, head cook in the college’s Le Jeune Chef Restaurant, leads a “Have you ever …” session. His topic: “Have you ever prepared food tableside?”
Kenneth E. Welker, HVAC technology lecturer, guides a tour of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning labs. It was one of 11 concurrent tours of campus labs.
Kenneth E. Welker, HVAC technology lecturer, guides a tour of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning labs. It was one of 11 concurrent tours of campus labs.
In his “Have you ever …” hands-on session, Craig A. Mliler, instructor of engineering design technology, guides educators in designing a roller coaster.
In his “Have you ever …” hands-on session, Craig A. Mliler, instructor of engineering design technology, guides educators in designing a roller coaster.
Educators from Southern Columbia Area and Susquehanna Township school districts get a hands-on lesson in mold-making in the industrial and human factors design lab.
Educators from Southern Columbia Area and Susquehanna Township school districts get a hands-on lesson in mold-making in the industrial and human factors design lab.

More than 80 school counselors and other educators attended a College & Career Readiness Conference at Penn College on Nov. 20, where they learned about the emerging field of mechatronics, toured the college’s programs, participated in hands-on learning activities, and gained insight that they can use as they guide students in making career and college decisions. The event is coordinated once each semester by the College Transitions Office.

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