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BCAT to benefit region

August 23, 2012

Photo by Joseph Bell - Pete Varischetti, right, speaks to an audience at the North Central Pennsylvania Regional Planning and Development Commission's August board meeting. Varischetti, president of Varischetti Holdings, LP, and Brockway Center for Arts and Technology [BCAT] board member, is joined by Deborah Heigel, executive director at BCAT.

The Brockway Center for Arts and Technology [BCAT], a multiyear collaborative effort, is currently in the final stage of its planning phase. Its doors are scheduled to open in January 2013 with initial program offerings in medical billing and coding, and pharmacy technician.
BCAT board members were on hand during a recent meeting of the North Central Pennsylvania Regional Planning and Development Commission's board of directors to discuss the newly-established facility.
It is a project of the National Center for Arts and Technology, building on the success of the Manchester Bidwell Corporation.

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