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Staff Members Make Presentation at CEIA Conference

Patrice M. Friant, assistant director of career servicesSharon Waters, director of counseling, career and disability servicesTwo representatives of the Counseling, Career & Disability Services Office at Pennsylvania College of Technology made a presentation recently at the annual conference of the Cooperative Education & Internship Association.

Sharon Waters, director of counseling, career and disability services, and Patrice M. Friant, assistant director of career services, presented the topic “The Not So Technical Steps to Developing a Technical Resume That Gets Results.”

The conference, which was billed as the CEIA 2006 Annual Conference and Cooperative Education Centennial Celebration, was held April 23-25 in Cincinnati.

Founded in 1963, CEIA is a nonprofit organization providing professional services to members in cooperative education and internship programs in colleges, universities, government, and business and industry. It carries out its mission by offering training activities, an annual national conference and support for ongoing research and publications.

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