Patriot Software Employs 14 Mount Union Students and Graduates
January 11, 2016
Patriot Software Co., headquartered in Canton, Ohio, offers online, cloud-based accounting, payroll, and recruitment software designed to offer small business owners a no-nonsense approach to help them keep their time and money. Patriot began in 1986 in the basement of a factory, and after a rough beginning, it now owns five subsidiary companies. It eventually grew to its current size with over 390 employees nationwide, including 112 employees in Canton, Ohio, 14 of which are from the University of Mount Union.
Patriot Software attends the Mount Union Job and Internship Fair every October where they have a very positive experience.
“The students we met at the Mount Union job fair impressed us not only with their professionalism, but also with their enthusiasm. We thoroughly enjoyed talking with a variety of smart, charismatic individuals, and we left the event excited about all the great prospective hires we met,” said Kyle Dreger ‘14.
Patriot’s hiring department spent time with Mount students when they visited campus to conduct mock interviews with computer science majors.
Patriot has plans to fill 50+ positions in 2016 including jobs for interns, recent graduates, and highly experienced professionals. To learn more about Patriot’s innovative and exciting company culture and to see their career opportunities, visit www.patriotsoftware.com/about/careers/.
Patriot Software employees include:
Software Developer Intern, Tim Bagnola ‘16
Software Tester Intern, Nikki Brown ‘16
Payroll Accounting Analyst Intern, Colleen Kennehan ‘16
Software Developer Intern, Rebecca Steele ‘16
Business Development Representative, Brandon Forrest ‘15
Content Writer, Amanda Cameron ‘15
Hiring Assistant, Sarah Richards ‘15
UX Developer, Kyle Dreger ‘14
Director of Hiring, Hannah Laps ‘12
Software Engineer, Matt Strumbly ‘11
Staff Accountant, Russ Corbett ‘06
General Counsel, Michael Wheeler ‘05
Staff Accountant, Don Penny ’03
Software Engineer, Aaron Gibbons ‘01