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North Penn Students Explore College in Grant-Funded Visit


Students use newspapers to create nontraditional career 'uniforms' for their classmates (Photo by Erin S. Shultz, coordinator of career development) Danielle M. Liddic, coordinator of nontraditional careers outreach, leads the high school visitors through an activity analyzing characteristics of various jobsStudents from North Penn High School participated in activities on campus Wednesday that included a nontraditional career-exploration activity with staff from Career Services, lunch in the Capitol Eatery and a session with representatives from the Admissions Office. The event was coordinated by the Outreach for K-12 Office through a Creating Access to Post-Secondary Schools grant from the U.S. Department of Education, through the Pennsylvania Department of Education and Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency.

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