Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan announced this week he will celebrate College and Career Academies across Georgia by hosting an awards ceremony at the State Capitol on April 22.
Surrounded by educators, students and business leaders, Duncan will congratulate the award winners and recognize the significant impact of College and Career Academies throughout Georgia.
“Since the inception of the program, our Georgia College and Career Academies have served as a powerful education reform initiative focused on workforce and economic development,” said Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan. “It is an honor to celebrate the hard work and achievements of those associated with this great program. I look forward to continuing to champion the administrations, students, and community members who devote their time, resources and expertise to our College and Career Academies.”
What: CCA Awards Ceremony
When: April 22, 2021 at 1:00PM
Where: North Wing Stairs (State Capitol, Atlanta, Georgia 30334)
Award Winners Include:
Students of the Year: Daylen Lomeli – William S. Hutchings College & Career Academy
College & Career Academy of the Year: Northwest Georgia College & Career Academy
Business Partner of the Year: Greystone Power (In partnership with Paulding College and Career Academy)
GCCAP13 Grant Awardees: Union County (In partnership with North Georgia Technical College); Evans County (In partnership with Ogeechee Technical College); Appling County (In partnership with Southern Pines Technical College).
CCA Approved Certifications: Rockdale College & Career Academy (Conyers); Commodore Conyers College & Career Academy (Albany); Athens Community Career Academy (Athens/Clarke County); Griffin Region College and Career Academy (Griffin/Spalding County); and Newton College and Career Academy (Covington).