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March 14, 2017
Workforce Development
Where Passion Meets Opportunity
Rutherford Co. Schools' Tyra Pilgrim Earns ‘Pioneer Award’
Tennessee Directors of Career Technical Education presented RCS' Tyra Pilgrim with an award as the the Middle Tennessee Region Pioneer Nominee and statewide Pioneer Award winner for outstanding service in career and technical education. Pilgrim has been the CTE Coordinator for RCS for the past 2 years. The Pioneer Award is reserved for CTE directors with five or less years of experience in their role with a school district.
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Only 10 spots remain for Rutherford County's first hiring event for high school seniors. Participants will have the opportunity to recruit from over 400 soon-to-be graduates from Blackman and Holloway High Schools.

All registered companies must be actively hiring on April 6.
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Rutherford Works is excited to offer coding camps for the third consecutive year at schools around Rutherford County.         With over 1,000 tech jobs going unfilled in Middle Tennessee Tech Sector every year, your student can get a jump start toward a high wage, high demand career.

  • Elementary (Grades 3-5): June 12-16, Barfield Elementary
  • Middle (Grades 6-8): June 12-16, Blackman High 
  • Middle/High (Grades 7-12): June 26-30, Stewarts Creek Middle School
  • High (Grades 9-12): June 26 - 30, MTSU - KOM Building

For more information about each camp, please visit the registration link below.

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Workforce Development Update: HB22
House Bill 22 is a key Workforce Development proposal that has unanimous approval in education committees.
Chairman Brooks's bill would require local school districts to offer at least six EPSO college credit-bearing courses to their high school students, ranging from the local district's selection of any combination of Advanced Placement (AP), dual credit, dual enrollment, International Baccalaureate (IB), and industry certification courses. 
This law promises to increase high school graduates' participation in and completion of a continuing postsecondary education of some kind. This will help to address education gaps in filling job openings in  STEM and technology-driven career fields in Tennessee. 
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Workforce Executive Council Meeting
March 23| 8 a.m.
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April 12 | 8 a.m.
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April 13 | 8:30 a.m.
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April 20 | 8 a.m.
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