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Delaware County Community College is committed to linking our students and alumni to the local labor market and helping them advance into quality, higher-paying jobs. That’s why the College has established strong connections with area businesses and develops program offerings that reflect the demands of the local labor market.
Vince Mazella, Corporate Director of Training and Development, Crozer-Keystone Health System says:
Since the start of our relationship with the College, I’ve had the very positive experience of being in competent and professional hands while tapping into their training services. Through the attentive and customer-oriented servicing of my account coordinator, we’ve used the College’s Office of Business Development to provide a variety of on-site sessions that received high marks for both quality of content and presentation. I particularly appreciate the value-added work before and after the training session itself that is done by the College to make my job easier and reflect the high standards I set for bringing in outside trainers.
Since our internal resources are limited and our model is one of using the expertise of multiple providers, the College has served us well in providing the critical learning support to improve the performance of both our managerial and front-line staff – at a reasonable competitive cost. I sincerely endorse them and continue to count on them to achieve elements of our training and development goals year-round. I’m confident the College will do a fine job for organizations like ours.”
Jenn Smith, Main Line Health Systems says:
I have been extremely satisfied with the candidates from the New Choices program. They are willing and eager to learn. My managers are pleased with the quality of work and, more important, their work ethic!”
W.R. (Roger) Lyle, Vice President, Northeast Refining, Sunoco, Inc. says:
Delaware County Community College has been an invaluable partner in training skilled workers, not only for our company but for the industry as a whole.”
Mike Sticklin, Human Resources Manager, Synthes says:
Delaware County Community College provides the education needed to run these high-tech machines.”
Bill Kane, Training Coordinator, ArcelorMittal USA says:
It was basically a turnkey operation for us – we told the College what we had in mind, they were able to construct the course, and I could devote my energy to other priorities because I knew the class would more than meet my expectations.”