New Learning And Career Development Options For Youth In State Custody

Tennessee Youth Placed Into The Custody Of The Tennessee Department Of Children’s Services For Delinquent Behavior Now Have New Options For Learning And Career Development To Prepare For A Successful Next Chapter In Life.

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Tennessee Offers Free Online Courses To Residents Who Lost Their Jobs Due To COVID

Tennessee Workers Displaced By The Economic Disruption Caused By COVID-19 Can Enroll In Free Online Classes To Advance Their Skill Set. Courses Are Designed To Prepare People With No Degree Or Technology Background For Entry-level Careers In High-growth Fields Such As IT Support, Project Management, UX Design, And Data Analytics.

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7 Hamilton County Elementary Schools Receive New eLabs

The Public Education Foundation Chattanooga Announced That The First Seven Hamilton County Schools (HCS) To Receive New elabs are All Elementary Schools.

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Mayors Make Plans For Spending COVID Relief Funds

County Mayor Coppinger Says The Funds Will Be Used To Help Offset The Costs Of COVID Response. Chattanooga Mayor Berke Has His Own Ideas But Ultimately, It Will Be Left To The New Mayor. Candidates White And Kelly have Very Different Ideas For Relief Fund’s Usage.

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Council Unveils 2022 Chattanooga City Budget Recommendations

The Chattanooga City Council Has Presented Their Recommendations For The Focus Of 2022 City Budgeting. Some Of The Main Action Items For Almost Every District Included Road Maintenance, Speed Calming Efforts, Litter Pickup, Homelessness, Business Recruitment, More Jobs, Workforce Development, And Equity.

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Regions Foundation Funds Workforce Development Program for 45 Hamilton County Participants

The Skill Up Program Provides Six Weeks Of Training In Manufacturing, Customer Service And Information Technology. Will there be a shift to technical occupations in 2021?

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