The Technology Center was built in 2012.
Created to serve the unemployed/underemployed members of our community secure jobs. This program has been successful in helping enrich lives by improving job skills, increasing confidence and helping families enhance economic stability, which lead to the sustainability of a community.
Components of this program include interview preparation, resume writing, job search, activities that help people learn how to work in groups, improve communication skills, improve computer skills, understanding confidentiality and conflict resolution. Students have the opportunity to enter skills training programs, such as: Home Health Aide training, leading to HHA certification and job placement