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Adam Miller
Department Chair
Plastics Engineering Technology
amiller2@shawnee.edu

September 9, 2020

This past summer, Shawnee State University’s Plastics Engineering Technology students participated in a give back project as part of a co-op with Stanley Electric US, a major automotive lighting supplier located in London, Ohio.

As part of their co-op, they participate in selected community improvement projects. This annual activity is partnered with the city of London, Madison County Fair Board, the Procter Center Farm, and other non-profit organizations that support the improvement and clean-up activities of selected facilities.

Students posing with banner
Pictured left to right, SSU Plastics Engineering students who participated in this summer’s co-op project with Stanley Electric US, Jake Dawson, Zach Higbee, Danny Dailey, and Ethan Adrian.

The goal of the project is to help the community at no cost and demonstrate the importance to college co-ops of “giving back” and helping to improve their communities.
This year, the co-op team painted, weeded, repaired and completed the overall clean-up activities at the Procter Center Farm, which is part of the Episcopal Church of Southern Ohio, a subset of Procter Camp & Conference Center, located in London, Ohio.

For more information about SSU’s Plastics Engineering Technology (PET) program, please contact Adam Miller, Chair of the PET program at amiller2@shawnee.edu, or visit shawnee.edu/plastics.

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