Graduates from Savannah Technical College will now be guaranteed an interview.
They signed the deal this morning Savannah Tech partnering with eight businesses. Students who graduate as certified manufacturing specialists will get an interview with one of the major companies. Vice President of Economic Development Ken Boyd says this will increase the students chance of getting hired right out of school.
"This represents are partnership agreement within our four county service area and essential we produce students that these companies require," said Boyd.
If interested in the program there are several information sessions
March 6th 6-8PM, JCB, Inc. Lobby
March 13th 6-8PM, STC Crossroads Technology Campus Auditorium
March 20th 6-8PM, STC Crossroads Technology Campus Auditorium
March 27th 6-8PM, South Effingham High School
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