XENIA — Rob Robinson has been employed as the new Greene County Vocation Middle director of secondary instruction.
He arrives to Xenia from the Springboro Neighborhood Metropolis School District.
“Being in central place of work at Springboro made me know I required to be close to pupils,” Robinson said. “I am really thrilled to be in a attractive, state-of-the-art facility like GCCC. I am fired up to be right here and consider this place to a new amount.”
He formally started on July 19 and though Robinson has been on campus only for a small time, he has plans in thoughts.
“One of the plans I have is to truly discover and observe what’s occurring and what is anticipated from us,” Robinson said. “I am seeking to established a concentrate on what we’re honing in on this year.”
Robinson has not always been in schooling. He invested the first 9 a long time of his job in finance and accounting. At a single stage, Robinson recognized that he wanted to get into the academic industry.
“I utilized for a situation at the Warren County Vocation Heart,” Robinson mentioned.
He ultimately took a place with the Springboro Local community Town School District. When there, Robinson aided the district financially.
“I took a tiny finances and was capable to minimize it and help save a quarter of a million dollars,” he reported.
Robinson also used time at Kings Substantial University wherever he produced a big contribution.
“I begun business academy. I took it from one particular course to an entire application,” Robinson stated.
Robinson also has experience teaching at the collegiate amount. Currently being an adjunct at Cincinnati State he was in a position to instruct college courses at Kings.
Robinson would like to make similar impacts at GCCC.
“I want to search at progress,” he explained. “I want to help pupils increase and be far better. As an administrative team, how do we commit methods to aid the teachers?”
Robinson mentioned he has not discovered numerous distinctions in doing work in Greene County as opposed to other educational facilities.
“The greatest big difference I see is the expenditure in this profession heart as opposed to the Warren County Job Middle,” Robinson stated.
Robinson is liking the transition course of action to his new placement.
“It’s been superior,” Robinson claimed. “The people today are truly great and accommodating. I have received superior way from GCCC Superintendent David Deskins.”
Deskins is happy with Robinson.
“Rob is a welcome addition to our leadership group,” Deskins claimed. “He brings to the situation working experience both of those in job-technical and extensive training platforms. He also brings a sturdy background in company and technologies. His management will carry on to allow GCCC to establish our nearby workforce with well-properly trained pupils who have the foundation for university and are prepared for the entire world of get the job done.”
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