Silicon Power hosts students from The Church Farm School in collaboration with the Chester County Intermediate Unit

For Immediate Release Malvern, PA based Silicon Power, in collaboration with the Chester County Intermediate Unit Schools to Careers Program, recently hosted 9 students from The Church Farm School who have expressed an interest in pursuing careers in technology.

The Church Farm School, located in Exton, PA, exists to provide real and meaningful opportunity to motivated, hard-working boys from many places in our region and around the world, especially those who desire an excellent education. For nearly 100 years, this work has been made possible through the support of a wonderful philanthropic community choosing to provide uncommon educational access to those students who would not typically enjoy such a life-changing experience.

The Chester County Intermediate Unit provides services to the 12 school districts in Chester County. This includes services to nearly 86,000 public and non-public school students and over 6,000 educators. CCIU’s major services include: special education and compensatory education programs; career, technical and customized education; mentor training and staff development; technology initiatives; consortia for school business operations; and curriculum services.

The Chester County Intermediate Unit is one of 29 regional educational agencies established by law in Pennsylvania in 1971. Working between the Pennsylvania State Department of Education and the local school districts, the intermediate unit’s mission is to provide services that can be offered most economically at the regional level.

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