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7/31/2017 8:58:00 AM
Students Recognized for Participating in the Youth Apprenticeship Program
Pictured Front row left to right are:  Amber Ashley, Mari Nelson, Rachel Bates, Michaela Smith, and Cynthia Zosa. Second row left to right are Pam Lytch, Work-Based Learning Coordinator, Myles Williams, Jake Campbell, Darius Fisher, Tydarius Floyd, Mathew Burke. Back row left to right are Thomas Skinner, and Samuel Crittendon. Absent from the picture were Austin Horne, Ross Cooper, Toye Patrick, Chase Williams, and Eddie Rounds.
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Pictured Front row left to right are:  Amber Ashley, Mari Nelson, Rachel Bates, Michaela Smith, and Cynthia Zosa. Second row left to right are Pam Lytch, Work-Based Learning Coordinator, Myles Williams, Jake Campbell, Darius Fisher, Tydarius Floyd, Mathew Burke. Back row left to right are Thomas Skinner, and Samuel Crittendon. Absent from the picture were Austin Horne, Ross Cooper, Toye Patrick, Chase Williams, and Eddie Rounds.

Students from the G. Frank Russell Technology Center had the opportunity to obtain work experience first hand by participating in the Youth Apprenticeship Program.

Business and industry partners were Ballentine Toyota, Capsugel, Eaton Power Systems, Emerald Technical Services, Greenwood Genetic Center, Greenwood Mills, Optimum Life Center, Performance Plus Automotive, Rounds Enterprises, Superior Automotive, and VELUX-Greenwood, Inc. Each of the students and their mentors were recognized at an awards ceremony. 

Outstanding Youth Apprenticeship Student of the year went to Myles Williams and Matthew Burke. Myles work experience was at the Optimum Life Center and Matthew worked at Capsugel. Lynsey Dove, of Eaton Power Systems was named Mentor of the Year.  



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