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College Representatives Attend Outreach Event in Connecticut


Melissa M. Stocum, at the Natural Resources Management booth Remote-control equipment operation among hands-on offerings Steven K. McCoy supervises nail-driving contest Staff members represented Penn College at the 2008 Connecticut Construction Career Days event in Wallingford, Conn, on Oct. 7-8. The unique event provided an opportunity for high school students to explore the diverse careers related to the construction industry and enabled representatives to showcase Penn College in a fun and informative way. Approximately 500 students, 20 from each registered school, participated each day. Steven K.McCoy and Melissa M. Stocum, coordinators of matriculation and retention for the schools of Constructionand Design Technologies and Natural Resources Management, respectively, spoke with hundreds of students, vocational instructors and guidance counselors about the various construction-related degree options available at Penn College. On the second day of the event, admissions representative Philip G. Berry joined McCoy and Stocum at the Penn College booth to meet with students interested in learning more about the opportunities that Penn College has to offer. Students who stopped at the Penn College booth also had the opportunity to operate small remote-control heavy equipment vehicles and to participate in a nail-driving contest to win a Penn College backpack or baseball cap. ( Photos by Melissa M. Stocum and Steven K. McCoy)

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