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College’s Marcellus Training Noted in New York Times Article

Penn College’s role in training workers for the oil and gas industry, including the ShaleNET initiative and the Energy Technology Education Center south of Williamsport, attracted a mention in The New York Times. The article, headlined “Gas Boom County Strives for Economic Afterglow,” is on Page A-16 of Sunday’s print edition and was posted to the newspaper’s website over the weekend.

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