Brian Samac, a recent RTW graduate from Southern Union State Community College, is currently awaiting a phone call to accept a temporary position, said RTW instructor Kristy Pulsifer. He is still seeking full-time permanent placement and volunteering at the Lee County Humane Society until he is able to further his education.
Although he had a 3-day lapse in enrollment, Brian displayed the initiative to complete every task put before him and excelled utilizing his strong work ethic. He was an excellent student, said Pulsifer, and it was a pleasure working with him.
I hope you are inspired by what Brian had to say about his recent experience in the RTW program:
“On January 11, 2018, I completed the AIDT Ready To Work program offered at Southern Union State Community College in Opelika, AL. I found this program to be exceptionally helpful in developing my “job ready” skills and preparing me for re-entering the workforce. The curriculum provided by the RTW Program will benefit my future, I am certain. The programs/portals were provided through easy access generated websites like AIDT, FDIC, GCF LearnFree, and social sites such as LinkedIn, among other useful sites.
The RTW program significantly helped in improving my money management, math, and reading comprehension skills. It has helped personally with pre-employment problem solving, filling out/understanding tax form (or any other important “small print”) documents. I would recommend this program to anyone who has trouble with resume building, reading comprehension, job interview confidence, or just wants to take advantage of excellent free education.
The course has helped me significantly, but I cannot fail to mention a great instructor was paramount in the learning process. If a secondary program was offered I would not hesitate to take full advantage of it. “The capacity to learn is a gift, the ability to learn is a skill, the willingness to learn is a choice” – Brian Herbert”
– Brian Samac