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Exeter Township is home to a diversified workforce.  Over 30  percent of the township’s population have post high school degrees;  over 80 percent  are high school graduates.  The public high school has a graduation rate of 98 percent with 75 percent going on to higher education.  There are five colleges/universities nearby:  Albright College, Alvernia University, Kutztown University, Penn State – Berks, and Reading Area Community College. Diversified Workforce The area has two technical schools: the Berks Technical Institute and Pace Institute. The Reading Muhlenberg Career and Technology Center and Berks Career and Technology Center provide a curriculum that prepares students for jobs in the local workforce. The Reading Hospital and Medical Center, as well as the St. Joseph Medical Center,  offer specialized training.  There is a bilingual allied health academy in the nearby city of Reading.  Nearly 100 colleges and universities and teaching hospitals lie within a 60-mile radius of Exeter Township, including the University of Pennsylvania,  Jefferson Hospital, Temple University , Drexel University, Lehigh University, Swarthmore College, and Haverford College.