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    Occupational wellness inspires us to prepare for work in which we will gain personal satisfaction and find enrichment in our life. Our attitude about work is a crucial influence for occupational development. Occupational wellness allows you to explore various career options and encourages you to pursue the opportunities you enjoy the most. 

    Developing occupational satisfaction will allow you to communicate your values through involvement in occupational activities that are gratifying for you. Working takes up a majority of your time during the week, so the way you feel about your work contributes to your overall well-being. TWC supports growing occupational wellness in these areas:

    Employability Skills       Experience      Networking      Preparedness      Aptitude Tests     Self- Advocacy

    Adaptibility     Self Confidence      Knowledge        Resourcefulness      Self-Awareness   Work/life Balance

    Resumes/LinkedIn/Online Profile      Certifications/Degrees/Diplomas     Self Assessment      

                                                                  


    How we are Listening, Connecting & Mobilizing...

    FCS continues to provide on-going partnerships between education and business/industry to prepare the students with the skills needed and to hopefully transition students successfully to college/career pathways to promote lifelong learners in a safe and supportive environment. Learning the transformational industry of technology, we hope to teach students responsibility, research-based and instructional strategies during use to promote critical thinking and ingenuity. To help FCS educators, our community collaborations encourage and support these values:

                                      Accountability         Relevance           Partnerships             Honesty/Integrity                   

                                            Individual Success            Result Oriented                Quality

Collaborative Support for Students

    • FCS Advisory Councils - Business/Parent/Student/Staff/Colleges & Universities Members
    • Worksource Georgia
    • Georgia Department of Labor
    • United Way
    • Forsyth County Chamber
    • Superintendent’s Student Advisory
    • Junior Achievement Discovery Center and 3DE Academy (WFHS)
    • Workforce Forsyth District CTAE Plan
    • CTAE Parent/Study/Business Feedback Sessions & Surveys
    • FCS Community Mock Interviews for CTAE Students
    • YouScience Career Planning at MS/HS Levels
    • FCS College & Career Fair
    • GeorgiaBEST Certification (through GaDOL)
    • FCS Student Job Board
    • Career-Related Dual Enrollment
    • PIVIT U soft skills workshops for students

Collaborative Agencies

Agencies
Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation
Project Life and Project RISE
Special Olympics
Cumming Civitan
Forsyth County Parks and Recreation
City of Cumming Parks and Recreation
Worksource GA
The Place of Forsyth County
United Way
High School High Tech
AVITA
Regional 1 DBHDD
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     List of Potential Employers Hiring May 2020

    TWC Community Resources has been compiled to assist families in and around Forsyth County.  Forsyth County Schools does not endorse or recommend any non-profit, business, mental health agency, or provider.  

    If you are unable to access services or have questions, please contact your child’s school counselor, nurse, social worker, or an administrator. To request additions, deletions, or changes contact the Student Support Department at 770-887-2461 ext. 202340 or knewman@forsyth.k12.ga.us 

FCS College and Career Planner

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