DeKalb County has engaged the Carl Vinson Institute of Government to provide extensive supervisory and management training for more than 1,000 government personnel, starting this spring and continuing for up to five years. The program will offer management training for up to 1,000 front-line supervisors in 27 two-day sessions. Through a related project, the institute will provide “Emerging Executives” training for managers seeking to advance to executive-level positions and a “Bright Futures” program to enhance the skills of aspiring managers.
- Inaugural Bobbi Meeler Sahm Service and Outreach awards benefit town-gown partnerships
- UGA’s Archway Partnership wins regional award for outreach
- Campers get hands-on career education experiences through UGA’s Summer Academy
- Atlanta industry funds engineering summer camp at UGA for minority students
- UGA will feed more local residents this fall with Campus Kitchen on wheels
- UGA new faculty get a tour of the state