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Students Learn First-Hand About Business & Technology
(Chester County, PA • December 3, 2019)—Students from an Introduction to Business class at Delaware County Community College’s Pennocks Bridge Campus in West Grove recently toured the Dansko Distribution Center.
Among the topics covered in the course, which is taught by Business Instructor Frank Jeliskowski, are business in a global environment and the role of technology. The visit allowed students to see first-hand how inventory is received, processed, sorted and packaged for delivery using today’s technology.
Based in West Grove, Dansko, an employee-owned company, employs more than 150 people working in its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold-certified corporate headquarters and state of the art distribution center.
Photo Caption, left to right are Delaware County Community College students Esmeralda Oseguera and Casey Kryworuka; Linda Lefevre, the College’s Pennocks Bridge Campus Director; students Patrick Jones and Noah Buller; and College Business Instructor Frank Jedliskowski.