Opportunities for students to prosper in an international economy

Article posted on October 6, 2017

I was on the road again today with a couple of ribbon cuttings in Greencastle this morning.  It’s exciting to see the growth in that area and hear about what each business has done over the years to succeed.  More often than not, hard work was the key.  I left there to attend an awards luncheon in Grantville, held by the Pennsylvania Council for International Education (PACIE).  I was given their Friend of PACIE award for my work on developing legislation to establish a task force on international education.  We need to do a better job of opening up opportunities for students by recognizing career trends and offering curriculum and other support services to prosper in an international economy.


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