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New ‘degrees that work.tv’ Episode Available for Online Viewing

Go 'green' with 'degrees that work.tv' The latest episode of Penn College’s award-winning, career-awareness television series, “ degrees that work.tv , ” is available online. The second of two episodes devoted to green careers, this edition explores the energy efficiency and renewable energy job sectors with the help of building science and sustainable design majors at Penn College and national experts. The episode will premiere on WVIA Public Television in April. Please show your Penn College pride today by “liking” and “sharing” the episode in your social media circles.

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