Summer Denning, 18, of Silver Run, at front, and Mikayla Crawford, 18, of Ramsey Springs, work on computer training that will help them prepare for the high school equivalency test and future careers. Both are participating in the WIOA Youth Out-of-School Program in Stone County that is provided at no cost to eligible participants through a grant from the Southern Mississippi Planning & Development District and the Twin Districts Workforce Development Area.
Summer Denning, 18, of Silver Run, at front, and Mikayla Crawford, 18, of Ramsey Springs, work on computer training that will help them prepare for the high school equivalency test and future careers. Both are participating in the WIOA Youth Out-of-School Program in Stone County that is provided at no cost to eligible participants through a grant from the Southern Mississippi Planning & Development District and the Twin Districts Workforce Development Area. Courtesy of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College
Summer Denning, 18, of Silver Run, at front, and Mikayla Crawford, 18, of Ramsey Springs, work on computer training that will help them prepare for the high school equivalency test and future careers. Both are participating in the WIOA Youth Out-of-School Program in Stone County that is provided at no cost to eligible participants through a grant from the Southern Mississippi Planning & Development District and the Twin Districts Workforce Development Area. Courtesy of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College