Brunswick Job Corps Success Story
Latoya Olter is a 22 year old, former Brunswick Job Corps student and a graduate. She came to the program as a local resident of Brunswick, Georgia (she was born in Micronesia, Pohnpea). She had obtained her high school diploma prior to her arrival. She made a decision to do more with her life, so she enrolled in the Job Corps program. She came to the program focused and determined to reach her goals. She was accepted to the Medical Office Support Technical Trade where she excelled.
Latoya displayed a remarkable level of professionalism and was immediately sent out to participate in the Work Based Learning program at the CMAP (Coastal Medical Access Project) site. The staff at CMAP was impressed with her work ethic and attention to detail so much that she was offered a full-time position with the company. Upon completing her trade and certification (Certified Medical Administrative Assistant), Latoya went to work full-time for CMAP.
Latoya is employed as Medbank Enroller. Her work schedule is Monday –Thursday from 8 AM – 6 PM. Some of her duties include, but are not limited to – enrolling new patients into the program, calling pharmaceutical companies to order medications for patients, along with general offices duties – filing, faxing, setting appointments, etc.
Latoya has also set some goals for the upcoming future – in January, 2011 she will be enrolling at the College of Coastal Georgia pursuing a dual major of Radiology and Political Science. In addition to working and attending college, in summer of 2011 she also plans to join the Air Force Reserve. This young woman is well on her way to reaching her goals. The Brunswick Job Corps family salutes Latoya Olter!