Message From the Executive Director
Like other organizations, S.T.E.P. had to pivot during COVID and create a new direction for our work. We typically host face to face events. So like the rest of the world, we began to ZOOM, ZOOM, ZOOM. During the months of February and March, S.T.E.P. hosted three Lunch and Learns with hopes of targeting graduating seniors and post-secondary students ready for the world of work. The webinar videos are below. Please share and use them.
You will also find resources shared by our guest panelists.
Also in this edition, we are introducing our two newest team members, Katrina Futrell, Business Liaison and Ramla Siddique, Marketing Intern. We are thrilled to welcome them to the S.T.E.P.
Best to all,
Pamela K. Gould
S.T.E.P. (Strategic Twin-Counties Education Partnership) Lunch and Learn
S.T.E.P. (Strategic Twin-Counties Education Partnership) Lunch & Learn
Resources Shared By Guest Speakers
Katrina Futrell Named Business Liaison
Katrina Futrell has been named the new Business Liaison. Mrs. Futrell brings years of varied experience in education. She is a graduate of East Carolina University and holds numerous graduate degrees and credentials. She is currently enrolled at North Carolina A & T University as a Woodland Hall Graduate Fellow. With her diverse skills and experience, she will be a valuable member to the S.T.E.P. team and work community.
S.T.E.P. Welcomes Intern
We believe in work-based learning!! We are thrilled to welcome our Nash Community College Advertising & Graphic Design Intern, Ramla Siddique. She will assist in social media strategies, website design and design marketing materials. STEP is committed to support real work experiences for our local students.