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College Receives Grant to Support Pennocks Bridge Campus
College receives $690,000 Grant from CCRES
For immediate release
July 19 2010
Delaware County Community College has received a $690,000 grant from CCRES to support the College’s participation with the Chester County Intermediate Unit at the Chester County Technical College – Pennocks Bridge Campus.
Located in southern Chester County, the Chester County Technical College is a unique, state-of-the-art, hybrid educational facility that provides career training and other educational services at both secondary and post-secondary levels. Now entering its second year of operation, it offers a wide range of quality programs and services that are affordable and accessible for southern Chester County and the surrounding area.
Established in 1999, CCRES is a nonprofit organization that supports services in education and healthcare. Its mission is to ensure quality education and human service programs for children, families, and schools. Through innovative partnerships, CCRES provides human resources, training, and grant opportunities on a regional basis.