On Jan. 12th, all 435 Greenville Tech Charter High (GTCHS) students will fan out across the county to participate in their annual Serve Day event. Each year, GTCHS students fulfill 50 hours of service, and Serve Day opens up the opportunity for the students to help serve local businesses and organizations.
Students will participate in Serve Day activities from 12:15-2:15 pm on Friday, January 12th to help organizations such as Serenity Place, Harvest Hope, Safe Harbor Thrift Store, Greenville Zoo, and Pendleton Place to name a few.
Annika Samuel, a senior, explains the school “is known for its students' devotion to community service. SERVE Day is a perfect way for our students to reach out to local nonprofits in Greenville and lend a helping hand, amplifying our reach and improving our community engagement.”
Greenville Technical Charter High School Hosts Career Connect Conference on Saturday, January 13th at First Baptist Church in Greenville
As an extension of Serve Day and in celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend, Greenville Technical Charter High Students in Action team is hosting a Career Connect Conference on January 13th targeting 150 students from across the upstate who will be the first in their families to go to college. The Students in Action team has spent months planning this three-part career development conference. The conference will kick off with speaker Carlos Phillips, President of Greenville Chamber of Commerce. Students will then have the opportunity to participate in a Career Connect Circuit where students will meet with career professionals in a speed dating format to learn more about various careers. The day will conclude with a college and non-profit organization fair.
The Career Connect Conference is sponsored by Michelin, Clemson WISE (Women in Science and Engineering), Greenville Health Systems, Upstate AHEC (Area Health Education Center), Jefferson Awards Foundation, and Youth Service America. It will take place from 10:30 AM - 2:00 PM at First Baptist Church located at 847 Cleveland Street in Greenville.
The National Jefferson Award winning Students in Action team seeks to engage their peers and community in meaningful public service.