Industry

B. Braun Medical

  • Accounting & Business Administration
  • Automated Manufacturing & Machining
  • Electrical
  • Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology
  • Engineering & Industrial Design Technology
  • Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning
  • Information Technology
  • Plastics & Polymer Engineering Technology

With ever-changing tools and technology, preparing tomorrow’s workforce can be a complex undertaking. Thanks to the Corporate Tomorrow Makers program at Penn College, the relationship between industry and education is mutually beneficial. Students get scholarship opportunities and hands-on experience with equipment just like they’ll find in the field. Plus, industry partners get skilled professionals to fill in-demand positions. It’s a win-win for the future.

 

B. Braun Medical

Meet Our Partner

B. Braun Medical, Inc., a leader in infusion therapy and pain management, develops, manufactures, and markets innovative medical products and services to the healthcare industry. Key product areas include nutrition, pharmacy admixtures, and dialysis. The company is committed to eliminating preventable treatment errors and enhancing patient, clinician, and environmental safety. B. Braun Medical is headquartered in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and is part of the B. Braun Group of Companies in the U.S., which includes B. Braun Interventional Systems, Aesculap® and CAPS®.

Industry Partnerships

Q&A with B. Braun Medical

HOW DID YOUR COMPANY FIRST CONNECT WITH PENN COLLEGE?

B. Braun Medical connected with Penn College because we were seeking employees with advanced manufacturing skills, especially in plastics and polymers.

HOW HAS ENROLLING AS A CORPORATE TOMORROW MAKER ENHANCED YOUR PARTNERSHIP WITH PENN COLLEGE?

Enrolling in Corporate Tomorrow Makers has given us better insight into student's needs and how we can help prepare them for the workforce of tomorrow.

WHAT QUALITIES OF PENN COLLEGE STUDENTS MAKE THEM STAND OUT FOR YOUR OPERATIONS?

Penn College students have been excellent performers in their field of study and we at B. Braun Medical see this in the students we have hired. They have critical theoretical knowledge and hands-on skills when they arrive at B. Braun.

WHAT ASPECTS OF YOUR COMPANY ATTRACT OUR STUDENTS AND FUTURE STUDENTS TO JOIN YOUR OPERATION?

As a manufacturer of life-saving medical devices and pharmaceuticals, our employees are committed to our purpose of protecting and improving the lives of people all over the world.

WHAT PROFESSIONAL ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE PENN COLLEGE STUDENTS TO BEST PREPARE THEM TO JOIN YOUR TEAM?

The best advice for Penn College students is to work together with your team, be safety and quality conscious, never stop learning, and never fear the future because you will make it better.

Industry Connections

"This partnership with B. Braun Medical and Penn College is vital to the future competitiveness of B. Braun, the US workforce, and industry. This partnership points us all toward the pathway of success.”

Vincent R. Beller

Manager of Operations Technical Training

News
B. Braun supports equipment upgrade

B. Braun supports equipment upgrade

B. Braun awarded $5,000 in grant support for an update to a roll-fed thermoformer used for instructional purposes in plastics education and workforce training.

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Information Technology

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Plastics & Polymer Engineering Technology

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