Skip to Content Skip to Navigation

News & Events

Aventine Hill Announces Bruce Howard to Lead AHEAD Program

11-Feb-2014
To continue to provide a comprehensive set of talent management solutions to our clients, Aventine Hill Partners, Inc., announces the Aventine Hill Enhancing Academic Development (AHEAD) program. The AHEAD program focuses on helping clients find new talent such as interns and entry-level candidates that fit professionally within our client organizations. The AHEAD program team will also provide assistance to our clients with the development of meaningful internship models and the subsequent implementation of these programs.

Aventine Hill Partners is pleased to announce that Bruce L. Howard has joined the firm to lead the AHEAD program. Bruce’s recent and relevant experience includes managing the operations and recruiting activities for a large local CPA firm where he contributed heavily in building their team through an intensive internship development program. Also, Bruce served as the Associate Director at The University of Texas at San Antonio’s Career Center where for five years he led the expansion of job identification through increased employer awareness of the university’s student talent.

In addition to his work experience, Bruce has volunteered with many workforce and economic development organizations in San Antonio. Bruce also participates on local high school and university academic advisory councils that help students with career development by fostering business/education partnerships.

The AHEAD program now gives Aventine Hill the ability to offer our clients a complete talent management solution from interns to C-level executives. We are committed to helping our clients capitalize on the energy and enthusiasm of the next workforce generation which will drive business growth and success.

For more information about this program please contact Bruce Howard, Director – AHEAD Program at 210-745-4111 (office), 210-859-5017 (mobile), or bruce.howard@aventinehillinc.com.



Back To Top