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East Hall Middle holds career day, learns about launch of Pathways to Work program
Career Day EHMS Oct 4 2016 3
Hall County Administrator Randy Knighton reads a proclamation from the Hall County Board of Commissioners proclaiming October as National Disability Employment Awareness Month in Hall County.

East Hall Middle School conducted Career Day recently. During this event, students and staff were informed about Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency’s launching of the “Georgia Pathways to Work” program in designated schools in Hall County, which is serving as a pilot district.

“The program will engage employers and employ social media strategies to connect youth across the nation,” according to a Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency press release. “The program impact is to change how organizations support independence, employment and career advancement of students and youth with disabilities.”

Hall County Administrator Randy Knighton who read a proclamation from the Hall County Board of Commissioners proclaiming October as National Disability Employment Awareness Month in Hall County.

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