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AMIkids Piedmont students recently assisted the residents at Agape Healthcare by placing their monthly calendar on their walls. They were tasked with removing July’s calendar and replacing it with August’s calendar.
AMIkids Piedmont students got a glimpse of potential careers they could pursue during a tour of the Advanced Manufacturing Center of Piedmont Technical College.
Laurens County Jaycees sponsored their 3rd Annual Community Awareness Event Fundraiser on Saturday, May 23rd. AMIkids Piedmont students prepared hot dog plates and did an outstanding job serving the crowd!
The Operation Get Smart program from Columbia, SC visited AMIkids Piedmont on Friday, May 22, 2015. Operation Get Smart (OGS) is a crime prevention/public awareness program sponsored by the South Carolina Department of Corrections.
Our culinary students assisted in a clean-up project at Fatz restaurant. They were tasked with cleaning the kitchen in preparations for an upcoming video shoot. As expected, a kitchen can get dirty and will require a deep cleaning to remove grease, stains, dirt and grim.
AMIkids Piedmont students were invited back to participate in a building project for Habitat for Humanity, this time for a house on Davis St. in Clinton, SC. Our students were there from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.
AMIkids Piedmont students joined a volunteer group to participate in a building project for Habitat for Humanity. They’re building a house on Academy St. in Clinton, SC. Our students were there from 8:30am until 12:00pm.
AMIkids Piedmont students visited the seniors at Agape Healthcare to help with their motor skills by participating in Agape’s Ball Toss. This is a recreational activity used to help keep residents sharp as far as reacting to catch the ball or deflect it.
AMIkids Piedmont were asked to clean the computers and work stations at SC Works. Our students were pleased to assist with this assignment and cleaned the computers thoroughly.
On Saturday, a few of our students at AMIkids Piedmont were invited to participate in an Easter Egg Hunt at Agape Healthcare.
On Tuesday, March 24, 2015, AMIkids Piedmont were enlisted to help decorate downtown Laurens in preparation for a street festival.
AMIkids Piedmont announces that it has been awarded funding to develop vocational training and job placement programs provided by the grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor to AMIkids earlier this year. The training will provide AMIkids Piedmont students the certifications and tools they need to be job-ready when they complete the program, qualifying them for immediate employment.
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