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Gloucester County Institute of Technology honors Bovio/Rubino Services as 2023 Business Partner of the Year

January 17, 2024

Bovio.Rubino is GCIT's 2023 Business Partner of the YearGloucester County Institute of Technology’s (GCIT) HVAC program has benefitted from the investment of Bovio/Rubino Services in students’ learning and career preparation. In recognition of this support, the district named the Voorhees-based company as its 2023 Business Partner of the Year. 

Bovio/Rubino’s investment in GCIT’s HVAC program is significant, including the donation of equipment worth more than $20,000 to ensure the HVAC classroom has state-of-the-art tools and technology. This enhances the quality and relevance of the program’s training to help students graduate ready to enter an evolving field. 

 The company also has facilitated hands-on experiences and real-world exposure to the industry for students. Such opportunities further support students’ learning and growth and empower them with additional skills and knowledge to launch successful professional journeys. 

“Bovio/Rubino Services embodies the essence of a true business partner,” said Robert Crowley, GCIT HVAC instructor. He continued, “Their ongoing collaboration with GCIT has not only created a positive impact on our HVAC program but also on the lives of our students. I believe that their contributions are deserving of the Business Partner of the Year award, as they exemplify the spirit of partnership and commitment to education.”  

GCIT appreciates the role Bovio/Rubino has played in the success of its students and the future of the HVAC industry in New Jersey.

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