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Lawrenceburg, TN 38464

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Career & Technical Education |

Workforce Development

Shannon Watson

Associate Director - CTE & Communication Director

931-762-3581

Ext: 120

931-766-1919 (Fax)

Tina Ridgeway

Administrative Assistant

931-762-5251

Ext: 101

931-762-8514 (Fax)

Hope McDow

Workforce Development Coordinator

931-279-0646

CTE Offerings | Educators

Workforce Development

A community wide campaign that was established after speaking with local business and industry leaders about their concerns for the local workforce. It is a community wide initiative to encourage the overall mindset that work ethics are a key portion of being a successful employee and member of society.

Work Ethics Matter Campaign
Work Ethics Distinction

The Work Ethic Distinction honor benefits both students and employers by verifying students have participated in soft skills education while in high school. Students who obtain this distinction are proving to potential employers that they are both college and career ready. Students who earn the Work Ethic Distinction receive a medal to wear during their graduation ceremony.

Work Ethics Distinction Jr.

A program that is designed specifically for 5th grade students that focuses on the components of Good Attendance, Staying Drug Free, Being Positive, and a Team Player. Through this program students learn key soft skills including how to tie a tie, introduce themselves, and properly shake a hand. In addition, they will complete a school community service project, and will answer the question of “what problem do you want to solve.”

Workforce Development Partner
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Our Mission

To be the bridge between students, local employers, and the community in order to provide quality, innovative learning opportunities that prepare students to succeed in the workplace

Our Vision

To connect students and employers in order to build a world class workforce in Lawrence County