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Workforce for Georgia Grant Winners

2023 Winners

  • Bainbridge High School, Decatur County Schools, $17,501.00,To support the Bearcat Workforce Now Initiative to provide students with certification opportunities in local industry

  • Barrow County Schools, $25,000.00, To expand and support the current agriculture program with the purchase of welding and engineering equipment

  • Burke County Public Schools, $25,000.00,To expand the STEM pathway with the addition of new equipment for the engineering and technology lab at Burke County High School

  • Cairo High School College and Career Academy, Grady County Schools, $50,000.00, To establish a Powersports and Small Engine Maintenance and Repair Pathway

  • Cartersville City Schools, $25,000.00, To expand the Flight Ops pathway with the purchase of equipment

  • Cherokee High School, Cherokee County School District, $50,000.00, To equip and establish a new Energy and Power Lab at Cherokee High School

  • Cobb County School System, $25,000.00, To develop an Emergency Services Pipeline and purchase training and safety equipment

  • Decatur Career Academy, Dekalb County School District, $20,600.00, To expand the healthcare sciences pathway

  • Dooly County High School, Dooly County School System, $25,000.00, To support the renewal of the constructional pathway program

  • Forsyth Central High School, Forsyth County Schools, $19,873.00, To support the renewal of the electric vehicle pathway program

  • Franklin County High School, Franklin County School District, $25,000.00, To support the engineering and manufacturing technology workforce pipeline program at Franklin County High School

  • Golden Isles College & Career Academy, Glynn County Schools, $31,645.00,To develop and implement a heavy equipment pathway at the Golden Isles College and Career Academy

  • Gordon County College and Career Academy, Gordon County Schools, $25,000.00, To expand curriculum taught in industrial maintenance, automotive, and construction to include forklift certification and training

  • Greene County College & Career Academy, Greene County Schools, $50,000.00,To develop and implement an Early Childhood Education (ECE) Program and workforce pipeline

  • Griffin Region College & Career Academy, Griffin Spalding County Schools, $22,020.00, To support and expand the supply chain pipeline project

  • Haralson County High School, Haralson County Schools, $25,000.00, To expand healthcare occupation education offerings to attract non-traditional students

  • Lanier County High School, Lanier County Schools, $49,935.00, To support and expand the Lanier County Agricultural Mechanics lab

  • McIntosh County Academy High School, McIntosh County Schools, $50,000.00, To develop and implement the hotel, recreation and tourism pathway

  • Morgan County High School, Morgan County School District, $25,000.00, To expand the engineering and mechatronics program to include an electric vehicle pathway

  • Northwest Georgia College and Career Academy, Whitfield County Schools, $50,000.00, To develop and implement a First Responders Academy

  • Oglethorpe County High School, Oglethorpe County School System, $25,000.00, To expand the early childhood education pathway with a focus on early literacy training

  • Pelham High School, Pelham City Schools, $25,000.00, To expand the agricultural education pathway with a focus on horticulture and the citrus industry

  • Putnam High School, Putnam County Charter School System, $25,000.00, To expand the welding and construction programs

  • Seminole County Middle High School, Seminole County Schools, $25,001.00, To expand the Teaching as a Profession pathway program to create a classroom in a classroom

  • Southeastern Early College & Career Academy, Inc., Toombs County Schools, $15,016.00, To expand the energy and power: generation, transmission, and distribution pathway program

  • Stephens County High School, Stephens County Schools, $34,601.00, To expand the career technology manufacturing pathway program

  • Taliaferro County Schools, $40,000.00, To develop and implement a community garden as part of the Plant and Floriculture Systems Agricultural pathway program

  • THINC College & Career Academy, Troup County Schools, $25,000.00, To expand the mechatronics lab and increase enrollment and interest in manufacturing

  • Turner County High School, Turner County Schools, $13,781.00, To support the Work Force Ready pathway program

  • Walker County Schools, $50,000.00, To support and expand the LAUNCH pathway program to include mechatronics

  • Wayne County High School, Wayne County Schools, $23,400.00, To expand the healthcare pathways program

2020 Winners

  • Atlanta Area School for the Deaf, The Quest for Sustainability

  • CTAE and Hutchings College & Career Academy, Bibb County School District, Building Today’s Talent to Meet Tomorrow’s Workforce Needs

  • Central Educational Center, Expanding the pool of potential Advanced Manufacturing Technician Apprentices

  • Chattooga County Schools, Healthcare Occupations Sim-Lab

  • Commodore Conyers College and Career Academy, Inc., Planting Seeds for Tomorrow

  • Decatur Career Academy, City Schools of Decatur, Implementation of Computer Programming Pathway in the City Schools of Decatur

  • Early County High School, Early County Schools, Incorporating STEM into Agriculture

  • Golden Isles College and Career Academy, Glynn County Schools, Implementing Motor Controls and Programmable Logic Controllers into the Career Pathways

  • Greene College and Career Academy, Greene County Schools, Greene Manufacturing: Using CAD and CNC Equipment to Develop 21st Century Learners and Workers

  • Jefferson High School, Jefferson City Schools, Jefferson High School Dual Enrollment STEM Start

  • Liberty College & Career Academy, Liberty College & Career Academy Patient Care Technician Program

  • Meriwether County Schools, Technology, Employability, and the Arts

  • Rome City Schools College and Career Academy, Rome City Schools, Sending Our Wolves to Work

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“Thank you so much for the grant that helped our program to be successful...We greatly look forward to next year and how we can expand our program to reach even more students. Again, thank you for your generous support.”  --Chandra Steele, Pike County Schools