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BCDCOG taking all the right steps on BRT By Ron Mitchum, Teddie Pryor and Mike Seekings A recent Post and Courier opinion piece seemed to indicate that the Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments isn’t doing everything necessary to bring Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) to the Lowcountry as quickly as possible. That’s simply not true. In fact, … Continue reading BCDCOG taking all the right steps on BRT
Ashley White began her journey with Education 2 Employment (E2E) in March 2017. She began with an interest in pursuing a career in manufacturing and customer service. However, she hit a slight roadblock when the Curricular Practical Testing (CTP) class was full. This obstacle became a stepping stone for success when White began training and significantly … Continue reading #MotivationMonday: For Ashley White, Education 2 Employment turns obstacles into stepping stones
May is National Bike Month. National Bike Month offers a range of events highlighting the importance of finding alternative ways of travel. The biggest day of the month is Bike to Work Day! This year, Bike to Work Week will be held May 15-19, with Bike to Work Day on May 19. Did you know? … Continue reading Bike to Work Day 2017
National Walk & Bike to School Day is tomorrow, May 10. The Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Government is committed to the promotion of safe, alternative travel methods. We’ve put together some tips on how to stay safe on National Walk & Bike to School Day. Use your noggin. Always wear a properly fitted helmet. … Continue reading National Walk & Bike to School Day: How to stay safe
For Jessica Rivers, Education 2 Employment was only the beginning. Rivers came to the program in February 2015 pursuing her dreams of a medical career. After completing the program, Rivers set her sights on bigger goals. Obtaining her Medical Assistant certification from Trident Technical College. Rivers began the Medical Assistant Training program at Trident Technical … Continue reading #MotivationMonday: For Jessica Rivers, Education 2 Employment was only the beginning
Are you 55 years of age or older and looking to get back into the workforce? Come by one of Goodwill's group orientations for the Senior Community Service Employment Program. The program aims to help those 55 years of age or older receive payment while learning a new skill. This program is ideal for those … Continue reading Senior Community Services Employment Program Orientation