Taulbee Selected for GAED
Amy Taulbee, Assistant Director of Employer Relations and Experiential Education in The Office of Career Services, was recently selected for The Georgia Academy for Economic Development. The Georgia Academy for Economic Development was started in 1993 by a consortium of public and private organizations involved in economic development. The program is designed to enhance community leaders’ skills and knowledge so that more communities in Georgia may remain or become successful. Over 6000 Georgians have graduated from this program, which is supported by over twenty statewide organizations, with facilitators, coordinators and program management provided by Georgia EMC, Georgia Power, and the Georgia Department of Community Affairs. This four-day course is offered each fall in Region 12 and includes modules to enhance leadership skills, community development knowledge and economic development knowledge.
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