Step Up Savannah Graduates 38 Apprentices

Staff Report From Savannah CEO

Thursday, June 13th, 2019

Step Up Savannah, a nonprofit organization promoting economic opportunity and financial security for residents, recently announced a class of 38 graduates from the Chatham Apprentice Program spring session.

The Chatham Apprentice Program, or CAP, is an initiative that helps unemployed and under-employed Chatham County residents find or create career paths that offer family-sustaining wages and opportunities for advancement.

Members of the graduating class are David W. Bolton, Destinee Brown, Latoyal Butts, Brandon Davis, Nathaniel Frazier, Jevaughn Gardner, John Haggins, Jamila Harris, Rodney Hays, Jameia Holloway, Victor Holloway, Carol Jackson, Kennedy Jackson, Malik Jacobs, Samanatha Johnson, Joland Kinlaw, Siani Kirkland, Karen Lawson, Eric Maholmes, Donnie Marks, Shavella Maxwell, Meiko McFarlin, Ebonie Northcutt, Chai-Nisse Polite, Ciera Pritchett, Jennifer Rooks Rineer, Joselyn Roberts, Cruz Rodriquez, Demetrice Sampson, Rashawn Stewart, Derrick Webb, Ultriana Warren, Cierra Washington, Prentiss Williams, Kenneth Williams, Richard Wise, Jemyle Wilson and Kevin Youmans.