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Hondros College of Real Estate Earns Top Workplaces 2024 Award from Columbus CEO Magazine

COLUMBUS, Ohio , May 15 /Businesswire/ - Hondros College of Real Estate, the leading real estate educator in Ohio, proudly announces its recognition as a recipient of the esteemed Top Workplaces 2024 award by Columbus CEO magazine. This honor underscores Hondros' commitment to fostering a thriving workplace culture that empowers its employees and supports their professional growth.

“Earning a Top Workplaces award is a badge of honor for companies, especially because it comes authentically from their employees,” said Eric Rubino, CEO of Energage, the creator of Top Workplaces recognition. “That's something to be proud of. In today's market, leaders must ensure they’re allowing employees to have a voice and be heard. That's paramount. Top Workplaces do this, and it pays dividends.”

"We are thrilled to be named a Top Workplace by Columbus CEO magazine," said Melanie Castillo, Senior Manager of Business Operations at Hondros College. "This recognition reflects our ongoing efforts to prioritize the well-being and satisfaction of our employees, who are the cornerstone of our success. We are immensely proud of our team and their dedication to excellence."

Each year, Columbus CEO magazine conducts an extensive survey to identify outstanding workplaces in the Columbus metropolitan area. The Top Workplaces recognition is a testament to Hondros College of Real Estate's dedication to cultivating an environment where employees feel valued, inspired, and motivated to excel.

In addition to the Top Workplaces 2024 recognition, Hondros College of Real Estate is excited to announce the forthcoming opening of a new building in Westerville. The new facility, scheduled to begin classes on June 1, will provide brand-new learning environments and enhanced resources to support students in their pursuit of real estate education and career advancement.

"We are eagerly anticipating the opening of our new building, which will further enhance our ability to deliver high-quality education and training to aspiring real estate professionals," added Castillo. "This expansion underscores our commitment to serving our students and the real estate community with excellence."

The new building will feature dedicated spaces for collaboration and networking, providing students with an immersive learning experience designed to prepare them for success in the dynamic real estate industry.

For more information about Hondros College and its programs, visit

About Hondros College of Real Estate

For more than 50 years, Hondros College has been educating individuals who want to improve their lives by finding, entering, and succeeding in a new career. We provide highly focused education for a broad range of careers in real estate, appraisal, home inspection, mortgage, insurance, title insurance, and securities. We help students develop a professional attitude and an awareness of contemporary practices through application-oriented, interactive learning opportunities. For more information, visit

STORY TAGS: Award, Education, Residential Building & Real Estate, Commercial Building & Real Estate, Construction & Property, Training, University, United States, North America, Ohio,


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