UPDATE: Development Authority of Dawson County awarded $300,000 grant to help with manufacturer BTD’s local expansion project.
BTD's local campus expansion is set to bring 74 new full-time jobs to the new Dawson County facility.
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Jobs for Georgia Graduates holds initiation ceremony
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Counselor Cherie Ferguson swears in co-presidents Ava Walker (left) and Alondra Zavala during Tuesdays ceremony. - photo by Amy French Dawson County News
The Dawson County High School Jobs for Georgia Graduates (JGG) program initiated its members for the 2016-17 school year Tuesday morning at the Performing Arts Center. JGG is a youth development program that was designed to help students overcome obstacles as they as promote success rates in education, graduation and meaningful employment. The organization is a state affiliate of the national Jobs for America's Graduates (JAG) program.