Butler County Educational Service Center named a Top Workplace Five Years in a Row
Thursday, June 1, 2017
Butler County Educational Service Center (BCESC) is honored to announce it has been named as one of The Enquirer Media Top Workplaces for the fifth year in a row. The Top Workplaces are determined based solely on employee feedback, which is conducted by WorkplaceDynamics, LLP, a leading research firm on organizational health and employee engagement.
“I’ve only been with the Butler County ESC for a year and I can tell you that the passion of the people who work here is second to none. On any given day, you’ll hear people collaborating on a case, celebrating a co-worker or client’s successes, and/or helping out someone in need,” said Chris Brown, BCESC Superintendent.
The BCESC continues to grow as they form partnerships and collaborate with school districts, local organizations, and families to provide programs and services and offer solutions to their challenges. Recognition for the BCESC’s dedication to quality was received by their Preschool Programs in Middletown this year when they received a Five-Star Step Up To Quality Award from the State of Ohio.
“I’ve been with Butler County ESC for over a decade and it’s been amazing to see the growth of both the company and staff. We can now service more families and provide more resources to our schools, partners, and, most importantly, the kids,” said Ken Ulm, BCESC Treasurer.
From home visiting and preschool to curriculum support and leadership coaching, BCESC employs over 550 people. New this year, the BCESC offers districts and individual teachers access to quality professional development (PD) both online and as a flipped model. The online PD offerings are designed to meet the needs of educators through the Professional Development Credit and Re-Licensure, which grants Continuing Education Units, or through a flipped PD model that can be taken for college credit from Ashland University. The BCESC is also partnering with two consultants to offer leadership training and development to school administrators and businesses.
“We are excited that our staff is recognized in building the relationships with students, families, and co-workers as well as coming up with innovative ideas to help out area teachers and now businesses. Receiving yet another Top Workplace Award is validation of their passion for helping our community,” concluded Brown.
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