Thursday, 13 June 2013
REACH of Macon County has a promising new opportunity for the unemployed or underemployed looking to change their lives.
The New Choices program, which offers free classes in both Macon and Jackson counties, provides participants with the skills, knowledge and resources to transition back into the workforce or school.
New Choices Coordinator Ashley Freeman says participation in the program is beneficial in both the short term and long term.
“The New Choices program is about education,” said Freeman. “Education can change lives, it can improve your life and make it so much better than you thought possible.”