Today we welcomed international guests from Pakistan, India & The Congo to the Kids to Love Center who were intrigued to learn about our advanced manufacturing certification program and its impact. These ambassadors are interested in taking notes from our workforce development and job placement model back to their own countries. It's amazing when individuals from all over the world recognize the value of what we are doing here in our own community.
Hundreds gathered on the grounds at Davidson Farms in Ardmore for the Ribbon Cutting & Prayer Walk as Kids to Love dedicated Davidson Farms and the Lee Marshall House. The 10,000 sq ft home and 10 1/2 acre farm was purchased by Kids to Love thanks to a generouse donation by Dr. Dorothy Davidson. Saturday, Dr. Davidson had a suprise up her sleeve. She installed a sign and declared the house would bear the name of Kids to Love founder Lee Marshall. "She never wants the atte
Hard work pays off! On May 10, our inaugurual class for the KTECH program graduated after their 15-week course on Mechatronics this spring. The KTECH program has prepared these individuals to pursue a career in the advanced manufacturing and technology fields. Our fine instructors, Edward Brunner and Tony Aluia, have spent numerous hours preparing this class, and the results have certainly shown. The Kids to Love family is anxious to see what these students will accomplish in
The articulation agreement is signed…. I repeat… the articulation agreement is signed! May 3rd, Collis Sims with Calhoun Community College brought by the Articulation agreement, signed and initiated by Dr. James Klauber, Calhoun’s President. This is momental for our program & our students. If our KTECH students want to continue their education, the classes at KTECH will now transfer to Calhoun Community College for credit.