STUDENT OF THE MONTH

March 2019

Cherokee Bluff High School

Emmy is a junior and is Managing Editor of the yearbook. Her duties include supervising staff, overseeing spending, business and selling, editing content, and graphic design, just to name a few!

 

Her goal is to attend UGA, SCAD, or NYU and obtain a degree in Journalism. After college, Emmy wants to work for a high fashion magazine as a graphic designer

Emmy’s mentors state “Emmy is an exceptional student and leader. All tasks are completed on time and she continues to strive for excellence.”

Emmy Scherer

CBHS Yearbook Editor

Gracie Norrell

Gracie interns at Rushton and Company as an Administrative Intern where she completes tasks such as computer work, excel documentation, filing, assisting with taxes and using software utilized for basic accounting functions. Gracie exhibits excellent employability skills and is a wonderful representative of WBL and Chestatee High School!

​Gracie’s mentor states “Gracie has been a big help to the firm, especially during our busy tax season. She is always willing to help out in any way and completes tasks quickly. We have greatly benefitted from Gracie and our partnership with the Work-Based Learning Program.”

Chestatee High School

Rushton & Company

Daniel Restrepo

“After high school I will be going to AIT for my job in the army as a 68 Juliet (Medical Logistics) then enrolling into UNG cadet admission. My job has helped me with my future career goals by teaching me self-discipline and organization. WBL has helped me towards my future career by helping me build my resume and helping me learn valuable lessons. I am planning on becoming a RN and then going AMED through the army and becoming a trauma nurse. I also plan on becoming an officer in the United States Army.

 

I have faced many challenges through my life and I believe the greatest one I have overcome is self-doubt. I learned through determination and dedication I can easily overcome my self-doubt. I would like to thank my teachers and mentors for always believing in me and helping me through anything I come to them with.”

12 Stone Church

East Hall High School

Tam Tran

Tam is the WBL_Carter Student of the month for March 2019!  He is a Senior and is currently interning @ Flowery Branch Chiropractic.

Tam is pursuing a career in Healthcare and is completing soft skill lessons to earn the

Georgia Best @Work Certificate!

“Tam is consistently demonstrated respectful dignity while dealing with all tasks at hand”. Dr. Turner

Great Job, Tam!

Flowery Branch High School

Flowery Branch Chiropractic

Davis Farmer

Davis is a 2nd year Honors WBL student who interns at IMS Gear. He has completed the Engineering & Technology Pathway and plans to pursue a degree in Chemical Engineering, with an MBA in Business Administration.

 

Davis exhibits excellent employability skills and is a wonderful representative of WBL and Flowery Branch High School!

Davis’ mentor states “He always arrives with an excellent attitude and shows great communication skills with employees at all levels of the company.”

Congratulations Davis!!

IMS Gear

Flowery Branch High School

Oliver is a pathway completer for Business & Technology and has earned the GeorgiaBEST Employability Credential. He is also the   

Recipient of The Dream US Opportunity Scholarship at

Eastern Connecticut State University, March 2019. 

‘Oliver is an amazing employee.  He is one of the best students I have ever had to work at Target.  Oliver is helpful and courteous to customers.  He is able to work well in any department.’ ~Rayna Price, Management

Great  Job, Oliver!

Oliver Hernandez

Johnson High School

Target

Joel Grace

Joel Grace, a senior at LCCA, is employed with Tunco Manufacturing in Flowery Branch, Georgia.  Joel is an Agriculture Mechanics student & has developed advanced skills in Welding as a Dual Enrollment student with Lanier Technical College. 

Joel’s work ethic exceeds most students his age.  He loves to work and has received stellar reviews from his employer at Tunco… “10” across the board!  He is also a member of SkillsUSA and competed in the Welding competition for regions.  Joel uses his welding and mechanical aptitudes daily; not only on the job, but as a hobby as well.  

I’m certain that his strong work ethic, combined with his mechanical abilities, will allow for career advancement and land him a supervisory job in the near future.  Joel will finish high school with Dual Enrollment credits and job experience beyond the average 18 year old. 

We are so proud of you Joel Grace!!

Lanier College & Career Academy

Tunco Manufacturing

Leah Smith

Poultry Technical Services

Leah is a Senior who works at Poultry Technical Services in Gainesville.   She is currently completing two Agriculture pathways (Agricultural Mechanics & Veterinary Science). Leah plans to pursue a career in Avian Veterinary Science (specializing in the treatment of birds) and is gaining valuable experience on her current job.  She is also learning employability skills thru Work-Based Learning. 

 

 

 

North Hall High School

West Hall High School

Helen is an intern with the West Hall Middle School Nursing Clinic. She is a Healthcare Science pathway completer who is certified in CPR and EMR. Upon graduation, Helen plans to pursue a career in the medical field. 

Helen is a conscientious student who works hard to ensure duties and responsibilities are taken care of. 

Her mentor states, "Helen is extremely caring to each student and his or her needs both physically and emotionally. She is always willing to do what is asked and is eager to learn." 

                                              -Missy Wilson

Congratulations Helen!!

 

Helen Adams

WHMS Nursing Clinic

The Hall County Board of Education is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, handicapping condition, or sex in its educational programs or employment. 

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