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Construction Management Seniors Continue Advocacy, Outreach on Behalf of Four-Year Major


Kyle S. Baker, left, and John M. Kriner Students, instructor again prove to be informative, enthusiastic school representativesContinuing their efforts to recruit students for the four-year construction management major at Penn College, seniors Kyle S. Baker and John M. Kriner attended the ACE Mentor Program’s College Night held Monday evening at Bechtel Corp. in Frederick, Md. Baker, of Walkersville, Md., and Kriner, of Lancaster, are helping to recruit students as part of their capstone project While many in attendance were familiar with career opportunities related to architecture and engineering, fewer were aware of the critical role that construction managers play in coordinating construction projects and bringing them to fruition. Faculty member Brad M. Martin, who also provided the photos above, joined Baker and Kriner to inform prospective students about the college’s nationally accredited program.

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