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Video Shows How Ford ASSET Major Drives Student Success

The fast-track career ascendancy of enrollees in Penn College’s Ford ASSET major, a two-year degree that includes a built-in paid internship with a participating dealer, is on display in the newest addition to the college’s YouTube channel. “If you want the quickest ladder to success, this is it,” says Colin W. Williamson, the college’s dean of transportation technology. “Icouldn’t think of why you wouldn’t want to go this way. You get the dealership experience, the certifications. Those are all of the things that a master tech needs, and that’s done while you’re still here as a student.”

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