Penny Glasscox could be the poster person for what laid-off workers in the United States should be doing.
When Glasscox found herself unemployed in November from her job as office manager for the collision center at a local automobile dealership, she immediately began looking for work. She also looked to the future, remembering that schooling would begin in January at the Ozark Aviation College’s north campus at the Albertville Regional Airport, according to a report in Alabama’s Gadsden Times.
Nobody would have a problem picking Glasscox from the first aviation maintenance technology class at the aviation school that opened at the temporary facility. She’s the only woman among the 24 students enrolled.
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