Wonderlic, the leading provider of assessments for pre-employment testing and student admissions testing, today announced the selection of John Picone, National Sales Manager, to the Default Prevention Committee of the Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities (APSCU).
This volunteer committee is comprised of 60 members, including two members from the U.S. Department of Education’s default prevention area. Committee co-chairs are Jim Hutton of the Anthem Education Group, and Jennifer Hoepner of Herzing University.
“I’m very honored to be selected, and am looking forward to lending my experience to this committee and to APSCU members,” states Mr. Picone. “Controlling default rates and understanding risk is an area Wonderlic has significant expertise, and I look forward to participating on the committee as we help member schools improve their repayment rates in the coming year.”
The committee will be meeting monthly through the 2011 fiscal year to share best practices and work on initiatives such as the creation of a Default Prevention Seminar and developing a loan counseling program for students.
For more information on APSCU, please visit their website at www.apscu.org.
Wonderlic, Inc., a founding member of the Association of Test Publishers, is a privately held business headquartered in Libertyville, IL. The company provides proven assessments and surveys that help employers and schools select, develop and retain top performing individuals. In its 73 year history, Wonderlic has delivered over 200 million employment and student assessments and surveys to more than 50,000 organizations, government agencies and accrediting bodies. For more information, please visit www.wonderlic.com.
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