As we say farewell to the year (and the decade), here’s a look back at some of our favorite moments from 2019.
Gear up for a great year with fresh ideas, resources, and activities for the classroom!
Contest for teachers and students grades 5-12 opens January 1, 2019.
How do we close the achievement gap that is so prevalent in classrooms across Georgia while supporting and welcoming the diversity of our learners?
The grant was awarded to the agency by the Technical College System of Georgia and will go to helping Atlanta residents obtain new careers.
Clayton county residents need to know about the We Show Up program available to unemployed and underemployed citizens.
The cyber security company has partnered with Augusta Technical College to help create a skilled pipeline of cyber security professionals.
The newest campus in the TCSG portfolio is the blueprint for a modern technical college.
The Georgia Film Academy is a powerful option to gain experience needed for these roles.
The way we search for jobs has changed just as much as the way those looking for qualified applicants has changed. Here are some tips to help those who haven't had to search in a while.
The new academy will be in Paulding County, and the HOPE Career Grant will be cover tuition for eligible candidates.
The Griffin One Stop is hosting a resource fair so Georgians can see how they can use the resources offered to better their lives.
The education portion of the job and career fair has been posted, and if you need help landing a new job you have to check out these FREE classes.
The entire state workforce development team gathered in Athens, Georgia for the 2018 WorkSource Georgia Academy.
Georgia’s high school graduation rate increased again in 2018, rising to 81.6 percent from 80.6 percent in 2017.
We often hear about the skills gap across the country and in Georgia specifically, but what exactly are we doing to help narrow it? Watch for yourself.
This is a story about the Technical College System of Georgia working with the state’s workforce development office to better the lives of Georgians while filling in-demand jobs.
Grants range from $10,000 up to $700,000 for innovative programs and teaching practices.
The Technical College of Georgia institution will not only hold a traditional job fair, but it will open up its classroom and host free classes the same day.
Software developers are in desperate need across the nation and in Georgia specifically, and coding bootcamps are hoping to help fill the talent gap.