Marcia J. Durbin


Marcia J. Durbin


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Computer Graphics, Computer and Class A Preparation Instructor, graduate of California State University of Long Beach, Ms. Durbin furthered her business education in the M.B.A. program at the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1970. As their first woman programmer, she began her computer programming career at Sybron Corporation, Rochester, New York in 1967, where she programmed IBM/360 computers in several languages. In 1972, she continued her career at Ortho Mattress Company, programming IBM System/3 computers in RPG II. In 1974, Ms. Durbin became the Western Regional Systems Analyst of the Lockheed Electronics Corporation, division of LAC, where she maintained software support and training to the sales staff, and OEM computer customers in the western half of the United States. Mrs. Durbin brings years of practical experience into the classroom. Not only has she taught many CIT classes, but she helped to develop and implement the curriculum for various courses, including Truck Driving, Word Processing, and Contractorʼs State License. She holds a Certificate of Authorization for service as a Director and Instructor from the State of California.

Upon the birth of her second son in 1977, Ms. Durbin left Lockheed and concentrated on the financial and accounting management of Instrument Personnel. Since then, she has been the president and CFO with total responsibility for all financial reporting and the implementation of financial and business systems onto the computer. Ms. Durbin, as CFO and educator, oversees the business management of the college.

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At the College of Instrument Technology (CIT), we do not cut corners with your education and training. Your success reflects directly on our college, so we are in your corner from day one. CIT offers classes in many disciplines including CDL Commercial Truck Driving Level "A", Tow Truck Operator, Bus Driver Passenger Endorsement, numerous Heavy Equipment classes including Swing Cab Crane or Boom Truck Crane Certifications as well as Waste Water Management and various Instrument Calibration classes. Instrument Technology Process Control was Green before Green was cool. These certifications allow you to work anywhere in the world with these job skills. If you are over 18 years of age, have a clean criminal history, a good driving record, a desire to better yourself and your career, then you need to contact CIT as soon as possible.

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