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Posted: Wednesday, January 29, 2014 10:00 am

When Valley resident Stan Levine received a call from Rabbi Jordan Brumer inviting him to talk to a group of students from Jewish Arizonans on Campus (JAC), he agreed to share his vast business knowledge and experience. Levine is the retired chairman and CEO of International Coating and Chemical Co. Inc. and a member of at least 14 organization’s boards. JAC will honor Stan and his wife, Tochia, Wednesday, Feb. 12, at a comedy night featuring comedian Joel Chasnoff (see details box).

Brumer gathered about 40 Arizona State University students who participate in JAC for a roundtable discussion with Levine. Their primary concern, Levine says, is that even with the education and the degrees they’re receiving, they don’t know how to face the world outside their university cocoon. They don’t want to fail, he says. And, they don’t know what to expect.

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