The Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG) invites the community to an unveiling of the draft Walk + Bike BCD plan, the regional pedestrian and bicycle master plan. The meeting will take place on Wednesday, May 24, at the Felix C. Davis Community Center in Park Circle, North Charleston. The unveiling will be an open house … Continue reading WALK + BIKE BCD BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN DRAFT PLAN TO BE UNVEILED MAY 24
The BCDCOG is a proud supporter of cyclists and bicycling safety. This month is National Bike Month. National Bike Month was established in 1956 by the League of American Bicyclists and is a chance to showcase the benefits of bicycling. In addition to the many national events coming this month, the BCDCOG is excited about … Continue reading May is #NationalBikeMonth
Chevelle Craven was referred to the Education 2 Employment (E2E) program by the Department of Social Services. Craven had always wanted to have a career but never knew that a program like E2E existed in North Charleston. She was most excited that E2E would be able to offer her financial assistance towards her career … Continue reading #MotivationMonday: Chevelle Craven creates her own future in manufacturing
Patricia Rice has always dreamed of joining the healthcare field, but wanted to start by enrolling in CNA classes to be sure that the health science field was right for her. Her dreams of the healthcare field pushed her to enroll in the Education 2 Employment (E2E) program. Not long after completing Career Smart and … Continue reading #MotivationMonday: Patricia Rice uses every resource to get ahead.
Fluor-Lane is partnering with the SC Department of Transportation (SCDOT) to conduct a pre-employment construction skills training for the Port Access Road project. Training scheduled dates Session 1 (May 15-May 26) Session 2 (June 5-June 16) 80 Hours Pre-employment basic skills training curriculum NCCER core curriculum Basic skills to include basic construction Flagger … Continue reading Training: Free construction skills training with Fluor-Lane
Russell Anderson always had a knack for working with computers. Anderson had overcome many obstacles in life including living with a physical disability. Throughout high school, Anderson was bullied because of his disability. However, he never let this negatively affect his attitude and persevered. Working with Vocational Rehabilitation, Anderson was able to work through his … Continue reading #MotivationMonday: Russell Anderson grows from his past, creates brighter future.
Mitzi Pettigrew had dreams of becoming a nurse. However, those dreams would have to wait. Pettigrew found herself in some trouble that hindered her from working in the medical field. Through Pre-Trial Intervention, Pettigrew was introduced to the Education 2 Employment (E2E) program. Hardwork and determination proved to be the solution. Pettigrew completed her … Continue reading #MotivationMonday: Mitzi Pettigrew overcomes obstacles on her path to success.