Columbus, OH (PRWEB) March 11, 2013
DJI, Inc., was established in 1999 to support the development and mental growth of infants thru school-aged children by providing a comfotable, safe and nurturing environment with a creative and devlopmentally emerging curriculum. "We envision a society of childrn that are well traine, well-rounded, well-prepard and empowered with a positive sense of self and purpose in life". It is our purpose to build upon the unique needs and capabilities of each child.
DJI, Inc., has been a solid entity in the Columbus Community with its childcare center (Columbus Central Station Children’s Center) and afterschool care. Columbus Central Station Children's Center has served over 900 families in its 9 years of operation and worked in conjunction with 5 Columbus Public Elementary Schools. H.O.D.O.H. (a summer program for children ages 6-12 years old; which focuses on Ohio History, curriculum from the Ohio 4th grade Proficiency Test, History Rubrics, which offers a hands on approach of Ohio's Historical facts, tours of famous sites, and Ohio's patriarchs. Columbus Central Station and H.O.D.O.H. are subsidraries of DJI, Inc., an academic research company.
Floyd Hodoh, is a part time Coordinator and Recruiter at Vineyard Church in the department of Marriage and family Life where he assisted in developing Curriculum, “Dating without Drama” (a dating Relationships class) and “Before I get Married” (a premarital relationship class) which he also instructs and teaches. Floyd Hodoh also served as an independent agent of American Life Insurance Company and was one of its top producers in 2008. In September of 2009, he was investigated for forging signatures and providing false information on life insurance applications (Franklin County Court of Common Pleas case #09CR-5526). Upon investigation by the department of Insurance, Floyd Hodoh was found not guilty of the charges brought against him. On August 15, 2011, Franklin County Court of Common Pleas finds no criminal proceedings pending against Floyd Hodoh and the case has been dismissed (Franklin County CCase #11EP-529).