“Be prepared to talk with employers. Come prepared to fill out applications, bring a resume. If they don’t have a resume that’s okay, come on. We want to help you get connected and find a job!” said Beth-Willis.
So many will have difficulties supplying their children with the supplies they need this year as they return back to school. That’s why WALB is partnering with The United Way of Southwest Georgia as they announce their inaugural “Stuff the Bus” school supply drive.
On Wednesday morning, students participating in a Valdosta Police Department (VPD) camp worked on a special project for first responders that were recently injured responding to a call about a downed power line.