Manufacturing Business Gets New Hire From Skilled Student
Feb 10, 2012
Genevieve Trusso will soon complete her coursework, earning two associate degrees in business administration-accounting and management. She came to National College in 2009 in order to gain the skills she needed for a more lucrative career. A busy mother and a full-time student, Genevieve did not waste any time starting her education so she could begin her new career in the accounting department at Permco, Inc., a Streetsboro company that manufactures high pressure hydraulic gear pumps, motors, and other accessories.
Instructor Karen Slayko is a controller at Permco and when she decided to grow her staff, she asked business department chair Norman Katz for his recommendations. Norman sent her some résumés, including Genevieve’s. Genevieve fit well with the Permco culture, and she excelled in the panel interview, ultimately leading to Karen’s decision to hire her.
Genevieve has been with Permco for a year now, and she is anxious to complete her degrees. “The small class size really helped me to keep my grades up. I got a lot of attention from my instructors, and that made it easier for me to learn.” Genevieve speaks fondly of her National College experience. She is eager to settle in to her new career with new credentials. Her success is a source of pride for all at the Akron Area Campus.
Genevieve Trusso is pictured (sitting) with her boss Karen Slayko at Permco.
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