Penn State Behrend Student Describes her “FeneVision Experience”

 Penn State Behrend Student Describes her “FeneVision Experience”
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Penn State Behrend student and former FeneTech co-op Krystal Elliot was featured in the school’s Engineering News publication.

When describing her experience at FeneTech, Elliot credited the company with allowing her to apply her skills providing real-world software solutions—first with Quality Assurance and then in Applications.

FeneTech CEO Ron Crowl stated that Krystal’s contributions to the company equaled the many benefits she gained while at FeneTech.

Read more about Krystal’s experience in The Changing Face of Engineering.

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