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College Included in National Story About Natural Gas Industry


Contributor Joseph Hammond talks with ShaleNET trainee Susan Foster, of Tioga, during his February visit to ETEC.
Contributor Joseph Hammond talks with ShaleNET trainee Susan Foster, of Tioga, during his February visit to ETEC.
Tracy L. Brundage, vice president for workforce development, provides the reporter with an overview of natural gas training initiatives.
Tracy L. Brundage, vice president for workforce development, provides the reporter with an overview of natural gas training initiatives.
A tour of the ESC with Justin W. Beishline (left), assistant dean of transportation and natural resources technologies.
A tour of the ESC with Justin W. Beishline (left), assistant dean of transportation and natural resources technologies.

A contributor to The Daily Caller has filed his story and supporting video, “After the Boom: How the Marcellus Shale Changed Life in Pennsylvania,” from reportage that included a winter visit to Penn College. Joseph Hammond spent a complete late-February day at the college, where he got a look at Workforce Development & Continuing Education natural gas training efforts; and toured the mechatronics laboratory, wellsite trainer lab, welding and machining lab, the Schneebeli Earth Science Center and the Energy Technology Education Center.

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