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Initiative invites Forsyth Central students to learn more about technical professions in Georgia
Be Pro Be Proud
Operations Manager Scott Callaway parked Be Pro Be Proud Georgia's mobile workshop in a parking lot outside of Forsyth Central High School. Groups of students visited the workshop over three days to learn more about technical jobs in Georgia that are in high-demand. - photo by Sabrina Kerns
Be Pro Be Proud Georgia, the state’s first mobile workforce workshop that introduces students to technical skills and options, visited Forsyth Central High School on Feb. 17-19, inviting kids to take part in simulation games while learning more about professions that are in high demand in the state.