The Transition Collaboration Services Committee is designed to give students and adults real world experiences beyond the walls of secondary and post-secondary schools.
Schools and businesses work together to improve student education, basic work habits and skills, social and personal adjustment skills, day-to-day living skills, and a realistic opportunity to compete for gainful and life sustaining employment.
The Employment Collaboration Services Committee is designed to reach out and develop relationships with secondary and post-secondary schools, community based organizations, and businesses to create coalitions that embrace:
-Training (on-site and off-site)
-Practical learning experience
-Job fairs; Career exploration-tours
-Employment for Georgia citizens
BUSINESS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
TRANSITION COLLABORATION SERVICES COMMITTEE
The Business Advisory Committee is designed to provide support and improve the quality of instruction in career and technical education programs that prepare students with workplace skills and measurable gain. An advisory committee is essential to educators and career specialists as they establish and operate an up-to-date vocational programs. Seeking information from community business and industry leaders who have firsthand information concerning current business trends, technological demands, and realistic job requirements creates effective communication lines between education and the workforce. The committee is a link between schools and the community which is comprised of business and educational leaders, government representatives, community-based organizations, parents, and students.
The Transportation Collaboration Services Committee is designed to assist clients with their transportation needs through the
Work and Ride to Self-Sufficiency Project. The project is comprised of two components; car financing with auto draft payments of $150 per month and a tailor-made app named Trail Speed developed specifically for individual and group riders.
The lack of transportation options in some areas prohibits mobility and accessibility to essential employment and everyday living.
Relationships are key to a successful working partnership. We pride ourselves on the ability to cultivate business relationships by fulfilling employers needs through comprehensive training, in-depth screening, and retention tracking.
The steps to building a working relationship: