Career Education workshop held

By Press Reports

 

Congratulations to a recent group of participants for completing the Building Strong Families (BSF) Career Education workshop. The class was held last month on the campus of East Central Community College (ECCC) in Louisville. The career workshops are sponsored by the Building Strong Families Project. Taught by Barbara Culberson, the free classes are conducted in Winston, Choctaw, and Oktibbeha counties. Additional free classes in welding, carpentry, electrical and more are available to those who have completed the BSF marriage education curriculum 8 Habits of a Successful Marriage.

Dr. Joan Butler and the entire staff of Family Centered Programs invite the residents of Oktibbeha, Winston, and Choctaw Counties to take advantage of the many classes being offered through the Building Strong Families project such as parenting, how to manage your money, career exploration and marriage and mentoring. Family Centered Programs is a division of the Starkville School District located at 307 South Jackson Street-Green Street Entrance in Starkville, Mississippi. For more information on becoming involved or hosting the programs contact Project Manager, Dr. George Miller at 662-615-0033.

Kneeling left to right: Eddie Nicholson, Melvin Triplett, Jonathan Johnson Standing left to right: Brunette Coleman, Christina Hopkins, Tamika Hull, Cora McDuffy, Sarah Wragg, Sharon Fuller

Kneeling left to right: Eddie Nicholson, Melvin Triplett, Jonathan Johnson
Standing left to right: Brunette Coleman, Christina Hopkins, Tamika Hull, Cora McDuffy, Sarah Wragg, Sharon Fuller