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Student Spotlight: Rodney Kempf, Fox Valley Technical College

11:11 PM, Jun. 21, 2013  |  Comments
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Student name: Rodney Kempf

Age: 19

Hometown: Manawa

Current residence: Manawa

Career program: Package & Label Printing

Attended FVTC: August 2012 through July 2013

Why did you choose the Package & Label Printing Program? I chose to go into Package & Label Printing because there are a lot of jobs in this field. Also, it's a very hands-on program, which I enjoy.

What are you learning about your career field that you find interesting or rewarding? Every day is something new and interesting; I'm never doing the same thing. I like learning all the different printing processes. The hands-on training is really rewarding too.

Why did you choose Fox Valley Technical College? I chose Fox Valley Technical College because I found that it's the only college that can offer me training in such a wide variety of printing methods: narrow web, wide web, pre-press, and corrugated.

What type of job do you expect to find after graduation? I am planning to get a full-time position at a local printing company as either a press operator or in the ink lab.

- Information provided by Fox Valley Technical College

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