Hondros Education Group Announces Key Management Additions
September 18, 2015 |
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) September 17, 2015
Robert Voltz and Hobie Hondros have joined the Hondros team. Voltz joins as director of operations and customer relations for Hondros College of Business and Hobie Hondros, son of founders John and Linda Hondros, joins the company’s management training program.
Voltz comes to Hondros from Highland Ventures Ltd. where he was the corporate trainer and internal auditor. At Hondros Voltz will focus on site operations for the statewide campus network and call center operations.
“Robert brings an enormous amount of training and operations experience that will contribute greatly to our ongoing goal of constantly improving the overall student experience,” says Tina Lapp, president of the Hondros College of Business. “In addition, his expertise in professional development and internal communications will be an asset to our executive team as we continue to grow.”
Hobie Hondros graduated from Miami University with a degree in Business Law and was most recently a sales and marketing trainee at Plaskolite, Inc.
“Hobie is passionate about learning the family business and our management training program cycles candidates through every aspect of the company,” says Jerry Weissberg, president of Hondros Family of Companies. “We’re especially excited about Hobie because he comes to us with training and experiences from outside the company that will make him a valuable member of our team.”
About Hondros Education Group
Hondros Education Group consists of leading real estate education companies that focus on classroom and online delivery as well as exam prep and textbooks. Hondros College of Business, Hondros Learning, CompuCram and the Arizona School of Real Estate and Business offer real-world career training to the adult learner through an engaging and highly relevant educational experience. Based in Columbus, Ohio, Hondros Education Group has been offering local classroom and national online professional education for over 40 years. For more information, visit http://www.hondroseducationgroup.com.