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A PFEW participant inserts an IV tube A second-year paramedic student helps a participant to intubate a 'patient' Craig A. Cian, associate professor and hospitality management/culinary arts, offers a demonstration Timothy E. Weston, assistant professor of plastics technology, helps to demonstrate injection molding Participants in Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week, spending this session on Penn College’s main campus, got a close look at the institution’s “degrees that work” during a tour Wednesday. In the PFEW program, student businesses aided throughout the week by company advisers and motivational speakers simulate the operation of their own enterprises, facing all of the decisions with which real executives are confronted.

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