Co-op student helped move P&G products during pandemic

Cincinnati State Associate of Arts student Na’Tori Longshore (above) spent her Spring Semester co-op assignment at Procter & Gamble in the I-NATO department (International North American Transportation Organization).

In her Daily Operations work, Na’Tori helped to make sure critically-needed P&G products were moved on time and safely to their destination.

Co-op Coordinator Jayne Dressing reported that Na’Tori described her greatest challenges on the job as learning new things online and keeping up with the changing timeline and rushed orders due to the pandemic.

Na’Tori said her greatest accomplishment was “getting an offer to extend my co-op role and being trusted to learn more within my department by proving to my manager and colleagues that I am a productive and hard worker.”

Jayne said the co-op program appreciates that P&G was able to keep Cincinnati State co-op students like Na’Tori employed throughout Spring and Summer semesters.

(Photo provided by Jayne Dressing)