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PCC Hires Jenny Egging to Head New Technical Program

08 December 2017

Pratt Community College has announced a new program to begin in the fall of 2018. The Vice President of Instruction, Dr. Michael Fitzpatrick, announced the hiring of Pratt native, Jenny Egging, in November. Egging was hired as the director of the new program of, Modern Distribution Sales & Management (MDSM).

Egging earned her B.S. in Mechanical Engineering at Kansas State University and worked as a project engineer and construction manager for the Air National Guard at McConnell AFB.  While working at McConnell AFB, she earned her MBA and gained experience in leadership, master planning, design, project management, and construction inspection. Egging then entered the private sector as an independent contractor for Cannon AFB and eventually made her way back home and worked as a project manager at Evans-Bierly-Hutchison (EBH) & Associates, P.A. in Pratt, KS. EBH specializes in small town utility improvement projects and Egging’s responsibilities included design, construction project management, inspection services, survey, and finance administration. While working for EBH she also attained her Professional Engineering License. Throughout her career, Egging has developed the skills and education to fully prepare future students for a fascinating career path combining engineering technical knowledge, hands-on experience, business savvy, great communication skills, and leadership.

PCC’s MDSM associate program is a combination of supply chain logistics, sales, information systems, finance, marketing, and procurement. MDSM professionals are hands-on workers who primarily operate as the sales and marketing arm for manufacturers of industrial products. Course offerings provide students with professional, technical, business, communication, and leadership competencies.

It is the goal of the institution and program to help students in the MDSM program gain hands-on experience with local businesses as well as offer them meaningful exposure to potential job opportunities within the county and state. The new curriculum will include real-world exposure to the industry by visiting companies on-site and participating in internships with program industry partners such as Stanion Wholesale Electric.

For more information about the MDSM program you can contact Egging at jennye@prattcc.edu or Frank Stahl at franks@prattcc.edu. More resources and information will be available on our website at , prattcc.edu within the next few months.