As part of the comprehensive program to reduce poverty and promote workforce development and economic mobility, Mayor Allen Joines, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Superintendent Angela Hairston, Winston-Salem Chamber President Mark Owens and Truist Regional President Cantey Alexander announced today a paid internship program for high school juniors and seniors in low-income households.
The city is observing Black History Month in February with the annual Showcase of Song, the Public Safety Black History Month Celebration, special programs in city recreation centers, social media posts about historically significant African-American locations in Winston-Salem, and encore presentations of WSTV productions relating to local African-American history.
The Council was formed to facilitate relationships between our construction industry members and our education/training partners for the purpose of stimulating growth and developing our future workforce.
The Outstanding Women Leaders Program Committee is accepting applications for its 2020 Future Outstanding Women Leaders Scholarship, to be awarded next spring. Applications must be submitted by Jan. 31.