Ninety-One 10th-12th graders from Washington County High School (WCHS) participated in Waco Works at Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC) in Sandersville, GA, an event geared toward exposing and informing high school students of local career and skills-training opportunities in Washington County, Tuesday, November 5.
Waco Works was sponsored by the Washington County Chamber of Commerce who received an EMC Electric Foundation Grant which allowed them to coordinate the creation of Waco Works with OFTC, Washington County High School and several key industries within Washington County.
This is the third Waco Works event sponsored by the chamber and coordinated with OFTC.
To read more about this amazing event, click here!
Do you know someone who would make a great community leader? Or maybe you would like to contribute your talent and skill to growing our community and businesses. Here is your chance to make a difference.
Nominations are now being accepted for five vacant board of director positions for the Washington County Chamber of Commerce. The completed nomination form must be submitted to the chamber by 5:00 pm, Friday, November 8, 2019.
The nominating committee will review all nominations and present a recommendation to the Washington County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
To view the nomination form, click here!
Feel free to nominate yourself or someone else you may know who is willing to get involved and help our community grow and thrive.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.