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Web Page Strengthens College’s Mutually Beneficial Ties to Business, Industry

Web page reaches out to corporate audienceBusiness and industry interested in learning more about Penn College can get acquainted at a new Web page, a “one stop” for anyone in the corporate world looking for more information about the college. The content serves to capture business and industry interest as corporate partners, potential donors, collaborators, innovators, trainers/trainees, and advisers; to acknowledge existing relationships; and to attract adult learners from business and industry. The design and development of the page which also includes photos of visiting companies and off-campus job sites was a collaborative effort among Elaine J. Lambert, director of college information and community relations; Dawn M. Cool, marketing communications coordinator for Workforce Development & Continuing Education; and Michael Richards, web designer.

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