STUDENT OF THE MONTH
Haley is a PT intern at Atlanta Rehabilitation and Performance Center. Haley gets a front row seat in a PT clinic and day-to-day operations.
Haley's supervisor states, Haley is dependable and is a great asset to their team. She has a great personality and will make a great physical therapist.
Great Job, Haley
Cherokee Bluff High School
Chestatee High School
Christina is a second year Work-Based Learning Student in the area of Graphic Design and Communications. Christina has completed the Graphic Design Pathway and plans to continue her education studying this career field after graduation. Christina has been an intern in Eagle Eye Graphics, one of Chestatee’s School Based Enterprises.
While interning with Eagle Eye Graphics, Christina has assisted with production, inventory, design and any other tasks needed to be completed. She has learned the importance of customer service, team work and meeting deadlines.
Her mentor, Mrs. Wilson-Fields states, “Christina had been an intern with Eagle Eye Graphics for two years now. She is a dedicated intern with an eye for detail. She excels in graphic design and in all areas of our production lab. Christina is a model student and employee!”
We are proud of you Christina!
Eagle Eye Graphics
Melanie is a Senior at East Hall High School and works with the Hall County nurse. Working with the nurses, Melanie gets to help with vision screenings at all the elementary schools in Hall County. She also helps with other healthcare related functions for the county.
After high school, Melanie wants to attend college and her ultimate goal is to one day be a Judge.
We are proud of you, Melanie!
Hall County Schools
East Hall High School
Connor is the Work-Based Learning Student of the Month for January! He is a Senior and is currently interning at Atlanta Rehabilitation Center and PEAK performance.
Connor is pursuing a career in Healthcare and continues to learn as much as he can in the industry.
Connor continues to show leadership and motivation to learn. He is also working to earn the
Elite Georgia Best Certificate!
GREAT JOB Connor!
Flowery Branch High School
Hall County Schools
Johnson High School
Citlali’s supervisors in the Human Resource Department say that she really steps up and takes initiative to help and is “a life-saver for sure”’.
Keep up the good work, Citlali!
Tatiyana has worked hard this year in her academics while working 30-40 hours a week at Sonic. She earned her ServSafe Culinary certificate and was promoted within 6 months of starting her job to a shift manager.
Tatiyana always has a smile on her face and a positive attitude. In addition, her work ethic is to be applauded! She never misses school or work and strives to be “better today than she was yesterday”.
Upon high school graduation, Tatiyana wants to attend UNG or Brenau University and pursue the field of education. She would love to teach either elementary or high school.
Lanier College & Career Academy
Daniel is a Senior and has successfully completed
the Machining Operations pathway.
At school Daniel is punctual, respectful, and motivated in seeking opportunities to grow his skill set. His job at Kubota has provided valuable experience and has helped him decide which career path to pursue.
His mentor states, "Daniel shows great work ethic and can rise to meet any challenge. It has been a pleasure to have Daniel work on our team."
Keep up the great work!
North Hall High School
Ashton is a respectful, hardworking student and employee. She likes to stay on top of her assigned duties and gives 110% in all she does. She always keeps a positive attitude and her willingness to help others goes above and beyond.
Ashton works as The Trojan Trader Store Manager at North Hall High.
Great job, Ashton! Keep up the good work!!
North Hall High School
The Longstreet Clinic, Wee Care
West Hall High School
Brenda is a Work-Based Learning intern at The Longstreet Clinic, We Care in Gainesville. She is interested in pursuing a career in pediatrics. She is one of the most conscientious students I have had the privilege to teach.
Brenda's mentor states that she is such a hardworking individual who is dependable, reliable and will make a wonderful addition to the medical field one day.
Keep up the awesome work, Brenda!!