McCann School of Business and Technology welcomed their advisory committee members into their school on North Fourth Street on March 14.
Nearly 100 committee members, representing a wide variety of area businesses, toured the career school facilities and then gathered to discuss program curriculum and industry trends.
Philip Campbell, McCann Sunbury campus director, expressed appreciation for the committee members participation. "The input of our advisory committee is vital to the health of our educational programs in terms of staying current with industry developments and providing quality training to students who will be entering the workforce," he said.
Shown are members of McCann School of Business and Technology Information Technology Advisory Committee. Front row from left are Bailey Brubaker, McCann IT student; Dawn Raynes, McCann information technology program director; Lori Bennett, CSIU; James Baker, Seda-Cog; and Tim Latshaw, TL Technologies. Back row from left are Philip Campbell, McCann campus director; Eric Weaver, McCann student success coordinator and 2010 McCann IT program graduate; Bill Geise, Geise Associates; Fax Rector, Sunbury Community Hospital.
McCann School of Business and Technology has a student body of 539. The school offers associate degrees in business adminstration marketing, cosmetology, criminal justice, electronic health records, information technology, massage, medical assisting, medical laboratory technology, network administration and security, office technology, surgical technology and respiratory therapy.