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Dinner with the Stars

Advance culinary students will be cooking side by side with the sea island chefs to prepare and outstanding dinner with the chefs at Sea Island. The event is November 8th at the Retreat on Sea Island. Social Hours (Adult elixirs are included in the ticket price) at 6:00 p.m. followed by dinner at 7:00 p.m.. We’ll have a silent auction, music, and a special speaker for the event. All proceeds benefits the Career Academy Foundation which supports student scholarships, travel related expenses for academic competitions and service learning projects. Contact Rick Townsend for additional details (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 912-506-5347). Use the PayPal button below to order tickets.  

Record Enrollment

Our enrollment as to now is approximately 700 on campus, 100 in work based learning, and over 125 in dual enrollment with Coastal Pines Technical College.

Soft skills are essential for entering workforce

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More than 60 colleges and universities sent representatives to Bruncwick High School on Wednesday to share what their schools can offer prospective students from BHS, Glynn Academy, Frederica Academy and McIntosh County Academy.

High school counselors and homeroom teachers had previously discussed the Probe College Fair with their students the kinds of questions they could ask the college staffers about the programs, scholarships and other opportunities available to them.

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New study confirms soft skills needed

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The lack of soft skills in the local workforce, especially among younger employees, has long troubled area businesses. And one new study, conducted by Family Connection Glynn, illustrates that area employers still feel it’s the leading challenge confronting the labor force.

That was the message Melinda Ennis-Roughton, executive director for Family Connection Glynn County, and Faith Copeland-Pittman, business services recruiter with the Georgia Department of Labor, shared with the Brunswick-Golden Isles Chamber of Commerce at its regular meeting Wednesday.

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