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College to Host Information Session for Transitioning Veterans

Pennsylvania College of Technology will offer a Veterans Transition Services Information Session on Nov. 11 for Penn College veterans, veterans returning from deployment, their families and the general public.

The program hosted by Veterans Affairs, Career Services, Counseling Services and Disability Services at Penn College will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in the first-floor Presentation Room at the Student and Administrative Services Center on the main campus.

Representatives from the Williamsport Vet Center, the Lycoming County Office of Veterans Affairs, Pennsylvania CareerLink and Penn College will present information about transitioning back to civilian life.

Topics will include education planning, veterans’ education benefits, employment, drug and alcohol awareness, and suicide prevention.A question-and-answer period will be offered at the end of the program. A variety of pamphlets and brochures will be available to attendees.

For more information, contact Joann Kay, coordinator of veterans affairs at Penn College, at 570-320-2400, ext. 7642, or by e-mail .

For more information about the college, visit online , e-mail or call toll-free 800-367-9222.

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