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Elsner Engineering Takes on Skills Gap

Like so many companies in Pennsylvania, Elsner Engineering in Hanover needed to find a way to close the gap that exists between job candidates’ skills and what the company was looking for. And with multiple parties involved with shared responsibility—educators, employers, students and their families—tackling the major question, “What do we do about it?” was daunting.

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March2Success: The U.S. Army’s Free, No Obligation College Prep Course

There’s no doubt that students who graduate are more likely to be successful in life.  Yet, there aren’t a lot of free programs out there to help students prepare for a strong future —many test prep courses and materials cost a substantial amount of money.  That’s why the U.S. Army wants to extend their commitment to educational programs and benefits as a public service to allow for greater accessibility to a much larger population.  The U.S. Army wants to help create productive members of society by helping students in secondary school and beyond to achieve their careers in this country—and with no obligation to enlist in the Army. 

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Katherine Muhlenkamp
Katherine Muhlenkamp
Katherine's Story

Katherine Muhlenkamp comes from a family who believes in the value of hard work, and the value of saving for the future — hence her reason for applying for the mikeroweWORKS Work Ethics Scholarship. She admits that when thinking of her plans post high school, she wasn’t really all that interested in attending a four year college but knew one thing — she wanted to parlay the science and math she learned in the classroom into a future career. She is enrolled at Triangle Tech in the study of Maintenance Electricity. “Right now, my plan is to work as a residential electrician,” she said,...

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