Recent graduates of the Chatham Apprentice Program (CAP) will be recognized by Chatham County Commissioners at their regular meeting on Friday, April 11 at 9:30am. Participants have successfully completed the workforce development program called “E-3: Educate, Empower, Employ.”
CAP graduates and their families; CAP and Step Up Savannah staff. CAP/E3 graduates Natasha Lewis and Octavian Moore have been invited to speak, as well as John Wills, chairman of the board of Step Up Savannah, and president of CCCS.
Step Up Savannah partnered with Moses Jackson Advancement Center, West Broad Street YMCA, and Chatham County to run the intensive four-week, 80 hour job readiness program for adults who are unemployed or underemployed. Thirty-one men and women will be recognized by the Commissioners.
Visit Step Up’s new website at www.stepupsavannah.org to learn more about its workforce development work and the Chatham Apprentice Program.