December 2020

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

CBHS Graphic Design

Ashlee Armand

Cherokee Bluff High School

Ashlee is a Junior who will complete the Marketing & Management Pathway this year. She is a Graphic Design Intern at CBHS where she creates marketing items for the school as well as the community. 

Ashlee’s mentor states “Ashlee is an extremely talented graphic designer who loves to promote Cherokee Bluff. Her work can be seen all around the school, from senior banners to posters to social distancing stickers. She shows up to her WBL placement every day with a great attitude and work ethic.”

Congratulations Ashlee!

Jeremy Martin is a Junior (virtual) WBL Intern who works as an assistant at Martin Equipment Repair. At his job Jeremy performs oil changes, metal fabrication, changes filters, retrieves tools and completes simple mechanic repairs.

 

His mentor states that Jeremy has most improved on his welding skills during his internship. Jeremy hopes to continue working in this industry after graduation. We are so proud of all Jeremy is learning and accomplishing.

 

Keep up the good work!

Chestatee High School

Jeremy Martin

Martin Equipment Repair

Litzy Martinez

After high school, I plan to get a bachelor’s degree in teaching and also want to get a degree in business. I would like to be an elementary school teacher and be able to help kids and also prepare them for the next grade. WBL has helped me by giving me an earlier experience of what it is like to be a teacher at an elementary school and of what to expect. I have been able to go into different classrooms and see the different ways teachers teach their classes. I have learned how to work with kids in small groups and also how to teach them what they need help with. I would definitely recommend WBL because it helps you gain experience and gives you an idea of what to expect for the career that you may be wanting to do. 

 

Congratulations Litzy! 

Tadmore Elementary School

East Hall High School

Sebastian Barrera

Sebastian is the Work-Based Learning Student of the Month for November 2020!  He is a Senior and is currently interning at Dr. Jason Payne Family Dentistry Flowery Branch.

 

Sebastian completed the Healthcare  Pathway and he is working to earn the  Georgia Best Certificate!

 

GREAT JOB Sebastian!

Flowery Branch High School

Jason Payne Family Dentistry

“Rosa is reliable and willing to do whatever it takes for the greater good of the team.  During the shutdown we did virtual Boys & Girls Club with lessons that Rosa produced.  They were very creative and interactive for our members. We are proud to have her on our team!”

 ~Wanda Newton

 Director of Operations

 Boys & Girls Club of Lanier

 Great  Job, Rosa!

Rosa is a 2nd year WBL student.  She served an internship with  Gillsville Law Firm during the 2019-2020 school year!

Rosa Morales

Johnson High School

Boys & Girls Club of Lanier

Mason Douglas

Mason Douglas had an EXCELLENT fall semester as a Culinary Program of Choice and Dual Enrollment student.  He exemplifies the mission of LCCA; he’s a Leader, is Committed, is a young man of Character & shows Accountability in both his culinary work and his academics.  Mason helps with catering and the Take-N-Bake business at The Oaks. 

 

Not only does he assist in the Culinary program but he also looks for other ways to lend a helping hand while at school.  Mason served as a student ambassador for the “BePro BeProud” in-house field trip and received kudos from the team.  Scott Callaway, BePro BeProud Operations Manager, states, “I want to take the time to commend you all for your wonderful student, Mason. What a joy he is. His attitude is terrific and he is such a great help. I wanted to take him with us at the end of the day. I’ve never in 5 years of “BePro” sent an email commending a student and I’ve have over 100k in front of our program over the years- and some darn good ones too.  Please tell Mason thank you for us and we wish him blessings in his future endeavors of owning his own restaurant!” WOW!

 

In addition, Mason was named the December intern of the month for Work-Based Learning.  He is proactive in his work, completes his assignments and is a bright light in the kitchen.  We are proud of you Mason!

Lanier College & Career Academy

The Oaks

Brooke Dean

Atlanta Rehabilitation

Brook is a very hard worker both at school and on the job. She does what’s asked of her and does it well with a smile on her face. Brooks great attitude and respect for those around her are important qualities to have!

 

Brook is a Physical Therapy Aide/Tech Intern for Atlanta Rehabilitation.

 

Great job, Brook!  Keep up the good work!! 

North Hall High School

John Wilbanks

Titan Steel Door

John is employed as a welder at Titan Steel Door where he is gaining valuable hands-on experience. He is motivated, hard-working, and effectively manages his responsibilities between his job, high school classes and college welding courses.
 

After graduation John plans to continue honing his welding skills at a technical school while working towards an inspector's certificate.  

 

Way to pursue your passion!  We are proud of you!

North Hall High School

West Hall High School

Jamie Portillio

Jamie is a Work-Based Learning intern at Northeast Georgia Rentals in Oakwood. He is a pathway completer in both Construction and Electrical. Jamie plans to pursue a career in the construction field.  

Jamie's supervisor states that he is a  always willing to do what he is asked with a positive attitude and he wishes he had more like him.

Congratulations, Jamie! Keep up the good work!

 

Northeast Georgia Rentals

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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