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Students Help Kick Off ‘Career and Technology Education Week’ in Harrisburg


Plastics students travel to Harrisburg Penn College student Matthew L. Gross, right, of Dover, a plastics and polymer engineering technology major, demonstrates for state Rep. Brett O. Feese, left, the thermoformer that makes up the college’s mobile poly lab. Gross and fellow plastics and polymer engineering technology student Todd P. Kennedy, of Abbottstown, this week traveled to Harrisburg, where they were featured presenters in the opening ceremonies of “Career and Technology Education Week” in the Capitol rotunda. The event, attended by state officials, was televised. The students were accompanied by faculty/staff from the college’s School of Industrial and Engineering Technologies.

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