I am excited to be working in the Polk County College and Career Academy as the MOWR Transition Coordinator. I have worked in Polk School District for 21 years , spendning much of that time as a school counselor. My husband, Allen, and I are both Rockmart natives and proud graduates of Rockmart High School. I have a B.S. degree in Sociology from the University of West Georgia and a M.S. degree in School Counseling from Jacksonville State University. I enjoy spending time with our children, Alex and his wife Sharon ,both recent graduates of the University of West Georgia and their daughter Harper Cate and our daughter, Ally, a Doctoral Physical Therapy student at Armstrong State University and a recent graduate of the Univeristy of Georgia.
I believe all students should be exposed to career exploration early in their eductional process. Most careers require some post-secondary work or degrees. I enjoy working with students to help them determine career opportunites that interest them and help them find the best path to reach their goals. Our MOWR program gives students the chance to get a head start on that education. We help student adjust to the challenges of college curriculum. By taking advantsge of the MOWR program, students can save a tremendous amount of money that would have normally be spent on tution cost and fees. Students can obtain post-secondary degrees without the burden of excessive student loans and college expenses.
web counter widget