Source: © 2017, The Greenville Advocate
The Health Science and JROTC departments of the Butler County Career Academy has expanded its job shadowing and adult education program throughout Butler County.
The programs have now added The City of Greenville, Ivy Creek Medical Facility of Georgiana, and Butler County Board of Education to their list of partnerships.
Partnerships have also been established with Reid State Technical College in promoting Adult Education for the unemployed as well as the underemployed workforce of Butler County.
The Adult Education provides welding and Class B Alabama Driver License training for the workforce looking to gain credentials.
Currently, five students have been offered part-time employment opportunities through the job shadowing experiences.
Butler County Career Coach Otis Grayson stated, “strengthening the relationship between the CTE and the workforce is a key focus.”
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