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SMART Girls (July 10-14)

Girls entering ninth, 10th and 11th grades stayed on Pennsylvania College of Technology’s main campus July 10-14 to participate in the annual SMART Girls residential activity. The girls participated in workshops on campus to enhance their knowledge of nontraditional careers – and the usefulness of science and mathematics courses in those potential professions. They also made learning visits to the Quest leadership development facilities at Bloomsburg University, a local sewage-treatment plant and Ricketts Glen State Park.

— Photos by Laura M. Machak, secretary for Outreach for K-12 projects, and Jennifer A. Cline, writer/editor-One College Avenue

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