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Welcome to the Chuck Thomas website. This site attempts to combine some information about my personal and professional lives. For my personal side, there is a section on my family, where you can learn a bit about them and see their pictures. There is a section on personal interests, where you will find some of my interests explored, including such topics as technology, sports, travel and “fun stuff”. There is a commentary, some blog-like mini-articles I’ve written on occasion.
For my professional side, there is a summary of my consulting interests and my qualifications. You can also find a relatively complete, but summarized description of my working experiences, plus a section on my education and other professional background information. Some of my current and recent past involvements - consulting, helping former students with their business startups, and business and personal advisory activities - are briefly described. If you wish, you can also get a printable copy of my current resume.
There is some information here about the courses I have taught at Penn State University and at The Philadelphia Center. If you are one of my students, I hope any insight that you gain helps you to navigate your education and career even more successfully. I welcome your suggestions (and everyone's) about how to make this site better and more interesting.
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