Rogers accepts position at Potomac State
Potomac State College of West Virginia University is pleased to announce that Terrie Rogers has accepted the position of secretary for the Service Office at the College.
In this position, Rogers will be at the front desk assisting faculty, staff, students and the campus community at large with information and services needed to keep the college experience running smoothly. “I’m a people person”, says Rogers, “I enjoy keeping busy and helping others.”
Rogers has been serving in this position for approximately one year as a Mountaineer Temp. She previously served as a part-time secretary/office manager in the Upward Bound Office at the College from 2006 to 2012. She is the current owner of a local thrift shop in Keyser, and is very active in the community with charitable organizations.
Prior to that, Rogers worked with handicapped adults for 12 years, was elected to the position of Mineral County Magistrate Court Judges Assistant, performed three years of seasonal work with Fout’s Accounting Service, and has worked with E & S Fabrics as a seamstress.
Rogers studied secretarial science at Allegany College, social work at Potomac State and attended the one-year business management program at the Mineral County Career Center. She has also served as a WV Notary Public and brings with her 24 years of office experience.
Rogers lives in Keyser with her husband, Troy, and son, Aaron.