Another Life Changed At Brunswick Job Corps
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Another Life Changed At Brunswick Job Corps

Travorin Hullett came to Brunswick Job Corps from Vero Beach, Florida, Travorin stated when he first came to Brunswick Job Corps, he came with nothing. “I was a high school drop out, had no job, but knew I wanted to change my life, which would change my future. So without a High School diploma, I made the decision to come to Brunswick Job Corps. Since coming to Brunswick Job Corps, I have received my high school diploma; I’m a Certified Nursing Assistant, and I also have received, the Georgia Work Ready certification, while in attendance.
 During his Career Training time, this young man says that “my instructor’s constantly spoke about the shortage in nursing and that we were the workforce of tomorrow.” In CNA training, we spoke about Labor Market projections and information. We were shown how to plan our “pathway” to our goals. Thanks to over 300 hours of hands on training in our Work Base Learning Program, this provided my hands on training at local healthcare facilities within the community. I’m ensured on every interview I have attended that this concept of hands on training is impressive. “My portfolio is filled with credentials that make me ready for the healthcare workforce”.
Mr. Hullett credits everything he has received from Brunswick Job Corps Center to get his life in order and prepared for the future. “The Teachers, my Instructors, Case Manages, RA’s and yes, even the Monday morning meetings that we called lame, played a part”.  “The staff at Brunswick Job Corps surrounded me with all the support I needed to achieve my goals”. “This support allowed me to stay focused on what I needed to do for myself and maintain my determination to complete the program”.
Mr. Hullett was hired by Coastal Nursecare, in Brunswick, GA, but has since relocated to Savannah, GA and is currently working as a CNA, in Savannah at Tara Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
Mr. Hullett will also, be attending Armstrong State College in January 2011, where he will pursue a nursing degree.

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