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James Dolan, Schramm Inc.'s vice president of operations, leads a tour for students James Dolan, vice president of operations (in red shirt), and Bruce Mackay, product support manager, meet with visiting Penn College students Nine Penn College students majoring in welding engineering technology, manufacturing engineering technology, heavy construction equipment technology and power generation technology toured Schramm Inc. in West Chester on Saturday. The students learned about the manufacture of Rotadrill rigs and possible full- and part-time job and cooperative-education opportunities. Schramm has made multiple scholarship contributions to students in the schools of Natural Resources Management and Industrial and Engineering Technologies. Please visit online to learn more about Schramm, the scholarships and possible employment opportunities.

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