Topic: Workforce Essentials
Montgomery County, TN – Montgomery County Government recently hired Michelle Lowe hired as Montgomery County’s new Diversity and Training Officer.
Lowe’s most recent position was at Workforce Essentials where she was employed as director of the Dickson County American Job Center. Prior to her job at Workforce Essentials, Lowe served in the United States Army for 22 years.
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office
Clarksville, TN – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce the third and fourth graduating classes from the Inmate High School Equivalency (HSE) Program.
Jakaree Bell, Tony Bristol, Javian Hawkins, Kristopher Martin, Andrew Roper, Jesse Taylor, Bobby Witchet, and Angelica Rittenberry received their high school equivalency diplomas in a ceremony held at the jail chapel.
The graduation commencement was attended by family, deputies, jail administration, and Montgomery County Sheriff John Fuson.
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office has two classes graduate from Inmate High School Equivalency Program
Clarksville, TN – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce the first and second graduating classes from the Inmate High School Equivalency (HSE) Program.
Jeremy Martin-Proctor, Dalton Lawrence, Cedric Laster, Tollie Thomas, Joseph Stewart, De’Norris Franklin, Britteny Mostella, Hanna Edwards, and Kiersten Napodano received their high school equivalency diplomas in a ceremony held at the jail chapel.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville, Tennessee Multi-Color Corporation printing facility was awarded $20,000 for an Incumbent Worker Training grant (IWT). Multi-Color Corporation corporate offices are located in Batavia, Ohio and operates 87 printing facilities worldwide.
The Clarksville, TN Multi-Color plant is a wide-web rotogravure printer, producing die cut, pressure sensitive labels and square cut, white paper and metalized paper labels for the beverage and food industry. In Clarksville since 1981, their primary customers are Anheuser-Busch Inbev and Bush Bros.
Clarksville, TN – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office conducted 12 Civilian Response to Active Shooter Event (CRASE) classes last year. The course was taught to schools, churches, nonprofit organizations, and large businesses.
Several churches in the county hosted a CRASE training class and opened their doors to other churches to attend. One of the largest classes was held at First Baptist Clarksville Church located on Madison Street. Over 200 people attended the class.
Other classes were held at Trinity Episcopal Church, Salem United Methodist Church, Tabernacle Baptist Church, Workforce Essentials, and Hankook Tire.
Montgomery County, TN – Workforce Essentials was recognized today as a Clarksville-Montgomery County Green Certified business. City of Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan; Chamber of Commerce President Melinda Shephard, Bi-County Director David Graham, and CMCGCP Steering Committee members Rose Melton, Daryl Pater, and Tim Swaw were present at the green ribbon cutting to congratulate the Workforce Essentials team on their certification.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce announces its 2017-18 Board of Directors.
Serving as chairman for a one-year term beginning July 1st, is Charlie Koon, Director of Workforce & Economic Development at Workforce Essentials. Koon was named the 2015 Middle Tennessee Workforce Services Employee of the Year by the Tennessee Department of Labor and in 2008 he was named Clarksville’s “Citizen of the Year.”
2017-18 Chairman Announced
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 2016-17 year last evening with a dinner and gala at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center. After recognizing winners of several business awards, the Chamber also announced its 2017-18 Board of Directors Chairman.
Chamber Chairman Sidney Johnson and Membership Chairman Alicia Edwards presented the following awards during the evening.
Clarksville, TN – The U.S. Bank Foundation, has awarded a $3,000 grant to LEAP’s Youth Career Readiness Program as a Partner In Employment. The grant is a part of U.S. Banks’s Community Possible Program, which supports organizations and programs that advance the funding priorities in areas where designated U.S. Bank communities are served.
Decisions are based on organizations financial stability, leadership, impact measurement, and collaboration with key community stakeholders in the community. LEAP Organization fits the bill! Damon Jennings, LEAP ORG Board member, describes U.S. Bank’s support as simply tremendous to help youth enhance their employability skills.
Agencies look for ways to help job candidates and employers
Clarksville, TN – A coalition of local governments and workforce development agencies is seeking military spouses to help with a study of how veterans make a successful transition into civilian employment.
The group needs about 30 spouses of veterans now in the civilian workforce to participate in focus group interviews.
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