Business Briefs

December 02, 2007

Wilson College

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - "The Collapse of the U.S. Residential Mortgage Market: What Went Wrong and What's Next?" is the topic of the first Wilson College Community Partner Breakfast, to be held Tuesday, Dec. 11, from 7:30 to 9 a.m. in Sarah's Coffeehouse on the lower level of Lenfest Commons.

A panel of representatives from area businesses and Wilson faculty members and administrators will discuss the causes of the mortgage crisis and the implications not only for the national economy, but also for the typical Franklin County business owner.

The event is planned as the first of a series of breakfast meetings to be held each fall and spring to bring together representatives of the college and its local business partners to talk about current topics of interest.


The Wilson College 2007-08 Community Partner of the Year will be named at the breakfast.

Employees of Wilson College Community Partners may attend the breakfast free of charge. Admission for the general public is $10 per person. Tickets will be available at the door. RSVPs are requested. Reservations may be made by calling 717-262-2010 or by e-mailing by Friday, Dec. 7.

Frederick Community College

FREDERICK, Md. - Frederick Community College will host an information and recruitment fair for prospective adjunct faculty on Wednesday, Dec. 5, from 6 to 8 p.m. in room E126 of the Conference Center.

Anyone interested in teaching at the college is invited to attend.

Department chairpeople will be available to discuss requirements and openings. In traditional subjects, such as English, science, and math, a master's degree is required. In many of the career programs, especially the building trades, the educational requirements are flexible and may be based on work experiences, said Robert Young, associate vice president of Learning and dean of Workforce Development and Professional Preparation.

The Web site shows posted openings and offers information about applying for positions.

For information, contact Daniel Smith, human resources recruitment manager, at 301-246-2672 or at

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