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Penn College Represented at Veterans Outreach Event


Penn College apprises veterans of resources Penn College, once again included on the list of G.I. Jobs’ “Military Friendly Schools” this year, was represented at Friday’s Veterans & Military Personnel Resource Fair at the Community Arts Center. Sponsored by state Rep. Rick Mirabito (a member of the college’s board of directors), the 9-a.m.-to-2-p.m. event allowed veterans, military personnel and their families to learn about resources and services; a special ceremony was held at 1 to honor veterans and those still in military service. Staffing a table in the Arts Center lobby were (from left in photo) Stephanie A. Dimon, U.S. Air Force, a legal assistant/paralegal major at Penn College and Veterans Affairs Work-Study student in the Financial Aid Office, and Joann Kay, coordinator of veterans affairs at the college. Photo by Sarah K. Mariano, student photographer

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