Community College of Philadelphia Gives Daughters, Sons, Nieces, & Cousins... A Glimpse of the `9 to 5'

Apr 25, 2001, 01:00 ET from Community College of Philadelphia

    PHILADELPHIA, April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- A special day of activities is
 planned for youth who will be at Community College of Philadelphia, (1700
 Spring Garden Street) to observe how their relatives "make a living on their
 9 to 5" at the College's Take Our Daughters To Work program on Thursday, April
 26.
     The day's activities include an 8:45 a.m. power meeting and photo session
 with College President Stephen M. Curtis, exciting workshops and information
 sessions, and a presentation by avid collectors of interesting objects.  This
 is the eighth year that the College has participated in the national public
 education campaign.
 
     Community College of Philadelphia, committed to providing "Education for a
 Changing World," is the third largest degree-granting institution in the city,
 enrolling more than 35,000 students annually at more than 60 locations
 throughout Philadelphia.  The College offers day, evening, and weekend classes
 at a variety of convenient locations, as well as English classes on the
 Internet and television courses on cable Channel 53.
 
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SOURCE Community College of Philadelphia
    PHILADELPHIA, April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- A special day of activities is
 planned for youth who will be at Community College of Philadelphia, (1700
 Spring Garden Street) to observe how their relatives "make a living on their
 9 to 5" at the College's Take Our Daughters To Work program on Thursday, April
 26.
     The day's activities include an 8:45 a.m. power meeting and photo session
 with College President Stephen M. Curtis, exciting workshops and information
 sessions, and a presentation by avid collectors of interesting objects.  This
 is the eighth year that the College has participated in the national public
 education campaign.
 
     Community College of Philadelphia, committed to providing "Education for a
 Changing World," is the third largest degree-granting institution in the city,
 enrolling more than 35,000 students annually at more than 60 locations
 throughout Philadelphia.  The College offers day, evening, and weekend classes
 at a variety of convenient locations, as well as English classes on the
 Internet and television courses on cable Channel 53.
 
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