Bucks Recognizes High School Seniors for Completing Workforce Skills Training
In-School Youth Workforce Training Program helped a total of 65 students this school year gain work experience
Bucks County Community College’s In-School Youth Workforce Training Program recently recognized 16 seniors from Bristol, Bensalem, and Conwell-Egan high schools for completing the semester-long course.
Pictured at the college’s Epstein Campus at Lower Bucks are (kneeling, left-right) Sabrina Wright, instructor Rick Moretti, (standing, left-right) volunteer Jim McMonegal, Nate Alicia, Marquis Golar, Brianna Bevans, coordinator Mary Reshetar, Roshea Newkirk, Tynajah Goldsmith, Emily Gonzalez, Rakiyah Williams, Raheem Travis, Elijah Berrocal, Conor Sweeney, and Gabriel Korabik.
The Bucks County Workforce Development Board funded the program to help prepare Bucks County youth for jobs that pay life sustaining wages in Bucks County. A total of 65 students took part in the program in the 2018-29 academic year. Other schools that took part this spring were Pennridge, William Tennent, and Upper Bucks County Technical High School. Students from Morrisville, Truman, and Quakertown graduated from the program in the fall.