“As a Gwinnettian myself I feel this program is a powerful investment in the Snellville community,” said Gwinnett Tech Adult Literacy Instructor Kevin Black. “Our goal is to help those students who would benefit from a high school equivalency gain the tools they need to succeed in a college or in a career. I tell students that earning a GED is a worthy goal but that it should never be the end goal.”
A portion of the second floor of Snellville’s city hall was renovated this year to support local education and business opportunities. According to Snellville Economic Development Manager Eric Van Otteren, the Greater Eastside Chamber of Commerce has already secured office space with other organizations expected to join soon.