Professional Development TEST_PD CobbCounty


Very engaging. When I cover different careers, I will use the Career Tree I will try the strategy on the 1st day of school about vacations, movies and concerts.”

Gloria Flemming
Campbell High School


Your Career Tree is one of the best strategies that I’ve gained from today. Also the Wade factor was a good one.”

Angie Hosmer
Wheeler High School


I believe the Career Tree for Light at the End of the Tunnel was great and I plan on showing it to my class to motivate them.”

Jeffrey Crocker
North Cobb High School


Extremely knowledgeable, informative, and gave excellent examples.”

Sidney Fair
Dickson Middle School


Excellent and inspirational!”

Dan Campagna
Walton High School


Great session with valuable information for retaining my current students and enrolling the right students.”

Lacey Faulkner
CTAE Teacher at Allatoona High School


Great look into the minds of Millennials and how to reach them.”

Bill Phelps
AV Technology and Film Teacher at Harrison High School


I like the fact that you mention this generation prefer skills and experiences rather than 4-year degree. Our society talked about skills/experiences for a long time and now it’s finally happening.”

Eunice Bryant
Pre-Engineering/Tech at Pine Mountain Middle School


I really enjoyed the speaker’s knowledge about Millennials and how we can better understand them as students.”

Coy McCall
Graphic Design Communications Instructor at South Cobb High School


Career Tree was a good learning tool!”

Aaron Langley
Graphic Design Teacher at Pebblebrook High School


I loved the career points and objectives.”

Alvin Decuir
Pebblebrook High School


Now I understand Gen Y (why).”

Randall Adams
Kennesaw Mountain High School


All great ideas!”

Megan Poehner
Sprayberry High School


The generational divide information was very helpful to hear and see, very insightful.”

Pamela Lyons
Chef Instructor at Pebblebrook High School


Love the Wade factor!”

E. Zinette Davis
McCleskey Middle School


Very refreshing and just what I needed to begin my school year.”

Bertha Render
NCHS Recruitment


Great presentation, especially the light at the end of the tunnel.”

Sheryl Cox
Department Leader at North Cobb High School


Great ideas about showcasing your program, approaching the first days of class, and the Career Tree.”

Ivory Young
Teacher at Pebblebrook High School


I have a successful JROTC program (100% grad rate for 4 years) by using some of the strategies mentioned. This gave me a name and why.”

Rodney Fagan
JROTC at Osborne High School


Energetic, enthusiastic, entertaining and applicable.”

Tracy Merriman
Culinary Arts Teacher at Sprayberry High School


Excellent strategies.”

Beth Moore Williams
Campbell Middle School