ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle made a stop in Albany on Monday.
Cagle was at the 4C Academy, or Commodore Conyers College and Career Academy, where he talked about how excited he is that the 4C Academy was chosen to host the Business and Education Summit.
Cagle was the keynote speaker and tailored his speech around success and staying focused on impacting students through their education.
Cagle explained that career academy like the 4C academy is aiming to building a world class workforce to better the future of Georgia.
"Find their real passion in life my exploring the different career path ways and how that really creates the fire within them to pursue with real vigor and focus," said Cagle.
Cagle spoke with few students from the 4C academy and said he is very impressed with the caliber of the students and the academy as a whole.
"It's a great way to showcase Dougherty County and the entire region. This is an economic engine for the community because it is turning out the world-class workforce that we need. It's going to attract industries that Dougherty County will look forward to," said Cagle.
Cagle, as well as CEO Chris Hatcher, look forward to what the 4C Academy will do in the future.