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Cisco Networking Academy at Penn College to Sponsor Teleconference

Cisco Networking AcademyThe Cisco Networking Academy at Penn College will sponsor a teleconference with five alumni now employed with Cisco Systems Inc. from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Tuesday in Room E140 of the Breuder Advanced Technology and Health Sciences Center. The alumni – Joshua K. Stoner and Sean M. Timm, both from the Class of 2012, and 2010 graduates Louis J. Lowther, William R. Schrader and Joshua A. Rudock – will share their insight and experiences on how to prepare for and what to expect during interviews and performing on the job. Lowther’s degree is in information technology: security specialist concentration; the other four majored in information technology: network specialist concentration. More information is available in the event flier: Alumni Event. The teleconference is sponsored by the Cisco Networking Academy at Penn College, which offers classes in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate and CCNA Security certifications.  For more information on the certifications and how to schedule classes, contact Jeffrey B. Weaver associate professor of electronics and computer engineering technology, or Lisa R. Bock. assistant professor of computer information technology.

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