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Tri-County Technical College students had a chance to network with successful graduates working in a variety of fields at a “Connections that Count” career forum recently. Panelists from left were Patrick Ballieu, a Bridge to Clemson student and Clemson graduate, now a training specialist at Bosch; Dana Griffith, a 1983 Radio and Television Broadcasting graduate and a speech instructor at Tri-County; Rodney Jones, a 2000 Industrial Electronics Technology (IET) graduate, who is maintenance manager at Glen Raven and an adjunct IET instructor for Tri-County; Rachel Saylor, a 2013 Administrative Office Technology graduate, who is a client care/closing coordinator at Chappelear & Associates, Keller Williams Western Upstate; Michael Smith, a 1987 Criminal Justice graduate, who is director of community development at the South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and a Tri-County Alumni Association board member; and Doug Wilson, a 1991 Electronics Engineering Technology graduate, who is senior associate development specialist at Robert Bosch Corporation's Anderson plant. The event was sponsored by Tri-County's Alumni Association and the Career Services department.
Tri-County Technical College students had a chance to network with successful graduates working in a variety of fields at a “Connections that Count” career forum recently. Panelists from left were Patrick Ballieu, a Bridge to Clemson student and Clemson graduate, now a training specialist at Bosch; Dana Griffith, a 1983 Radio and Television Broadcasting graduate and a speech instructor at Tri-County; Rodney Jones, a 2000 Industrial Electronics Technology (IET) graduate, who is maintenance manager at Glen Raven and an adjunct IET instructor for Tri-County; Rachel Saylor, a 2013 Administrative Office Technology graduate, who is a client care/closing coordinator at Chappelear & Associates, Keller Williams Western Upstate; Michael Smith, a 1987 Criminal Justice graduate, who is director of community development at the South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and a Tri-County Alumni Association board member; and Doug Wilson, a 1991 Electronics Engineering Technology graduate, who is senior associate development specialist at Robert Bosch Corporation's Anderson plant. The event was sponsored by Tri-County's Alumni Association and the Career Services department.
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Tri-County Technical College students had a chance to network with successful graduates working in a variety of fields at a “Connections that Count” career forum recently. Panelists from left were Patrick Ballieu, a Bridge to Clemson student and Clemson graduate, now a training specialist at Bosch; Dana Griffith, a 1983 Radio and Television Broadcasting graduate and a speech instructor at Tri-County; Rodney Jones, a 2000 Industrial Electronics Technology (IET) graduate, who is maintenance manager at Glen Raven and an adjunct IET instructor for Tri-County; Rachel Saylor, a 2013 Administrative Office Technology graduate, who is a client care/closing coordinator at Chappelear & Associates, Keller Williams Western Upstate; Michael Smith, a 1987 Criminal Justice graduate, who is director of community development at the South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and a Tri-County Alumni Association board member; and Doug Wilson, a 1991 Electronics Engineering Technology graduate, who is senior associate development specialist at Robert Bosch Corporation’s Anderson plant. The event was sponsored by Tri-County’s Alumni Association and the Career Services department.

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