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Teacher prepares students for the future

Senior high school students have been given the opportunity to develop marketable job skills and a plan for the future through a course taught by job specialist Daina Hunter. Hunter has served as a job specialist for Cheatham County, Harpeth […]

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Williamson County student achievements

JTG students earn national awards Erin Gill from Franklin High School earned first place in Program Cover Design; Celina Ferrell from Fairview High School took home first-place honors for Employment Interview; and Amy Grayson from Fairview High placed first in […]

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Sumner job services give edge to residents

For residents looking for work, or those interested in changing careers, two local agencies are putting hundreds to work in local jobs each year. The Tennessee Career Center, operated by the state Department of Labor is placing Sumner County residents […]

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Madison Street Church of Christ building to be demolished-Workforce Essentials to build from ground-up

CLARKSVILLE, TENN. — Plans for Workforce Essentials Inc.’s move to the old Madison Street Church of Christ property have shifted from an extensive renovation of the church, to its full-fledged demolition, it has been confirmed. The Design Review Board of […]

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Electrolux plant receives training grant

NASHVILLE, TENN. — Gov. Bill Haslam and Tennessee Department of Labor & Workforce Development Commissioner Karla Davis have awarded $20,000 to Electrolux Major Appliances N.A. in Springfield, through the state’s Incumbent Worker Training Program, said a news release. In the […]

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