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Outreach for K-12 Director Speaks to Career-Center Graduates

Jeanette CarterJeannette Carter, director of Outreach for K-12 at Pennsylvania College of Technology, was invited to offer remarks during an awards ceremony for graduating seniors at the Northumberland County Career and Technology Center in Coal Township.

Carter addressed about 90 graduates of the center’s programs, emphasizing the power of failure being unafraid to take risks and the importance of building dreams to lead them down the path to achievement.

Carter has been employed at Penn College since 1985. She has focused her career on technical education and the links between high schools, career and technical schools, and higher education. A strong proponent of career development, she provides leadership to the state’s advisory committee on the Career Education and Work Standards.

An Ohio native, Carter holds a doctorate in political science from The Ohio State University.

For more information about programs offered by the Outreach for K-12 Office at Penn College, visit online , e-mail or call 570-320-8003.

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