York Tech’s Center for Learning and Teaching invited Jason Broadwater, president of RevenFlo, along with other computer technology business men and women to serve on their Developing A Curriculum (DACUM) panel. This year’s event focused on the college’s computer technology programs. With input from the panel, DACUM identifies the job qualifications professionals in the field of Internet technology are seeking in their new hires. York Tech uses input from business professionals in designing the academic programs they offer—thus, making York Technical College graduates extremely relavant to the workforce they are entering.
Jason Broadwater, founder and president of RevenFlo, a web design, development and Internet marketing company, and, founder of The Hive, a workforce development and small business incubation program focusing on Internet marketing, communications, and technology, was pleased to served as one of this year’s DACUM panelists. Jason and York Technical College have a common interest: both endeavor to contribute to the economic growth and development of the tri-county area by maximizing college students’ potential for success. The in depth discussions provided by DACUM’s technology panel goes a long way in insuring graduates will be able to capitalize on real needs in the job market.