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Management Alum Shares ‘Nontraditional’ Insight With Today’s Students


Tonya W. Chopick
Tonya W. Chopick

Tonya W. Chopick, a 2003 graduate in Penn College’s business management major, returned to campus this week to share her perspective as a nontraditional student. Chopick, employed as the inside sales representative at the Jersey Shore Steel Co., visited Ashley A. Smith Nicholas’s First Year Experience class. Prior to her presentation, she got some encouraging words from her son, Chris L. Croft, toolroom attendant in collision repair.
Photo by Becky L. Shaner, alumni relations specialist

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