Toccoa Falls College and the Stephens County Development Authority (SCDA) recently joined forces to create informative videos about four industries in Stephens County; ASI, Osborne Wood Products, Cope Closet Concepts, and Nifco KTW.  Tim Martin, SCDA Executive Director, reached out to the TFC Communications Department for their assistance in creating videos that highlighted why young individuals (Millennials and Generation Z) have chosen to live and work in Stephens County.  SCDA will use the videos across social media platforms to promote the advantages of staying and working in local industries to the younger workforce, encouraging them to remain in Stephens County.

SCDA gathered with the students and TFC representatives on March 6th to thank them for their hard work and congratulate them on a successful project. Dr. Bob Myers stated, “We are so very thankful for the community support we receive here at TFC. We are always excited to work with groups like the SCDA to help make our community a better place to live and work.” Tim Martin commented, “We are so grateful for a wonderful partnership between SCDA and Toccoa Falls College. These videos will help us promote our community and industries to young people and show them the satisfying career they can have in manufacturing right here in Stephens County.”

 Pictured are (left to right) Sara Walker, Osborne Wood Products; Abel Pomuti, TFC student; Tim Martin, Executive Director, SCDA; James Hutton, TFC student; Randy Hollingsworth, TFC Communications Professor; Dr. Bob Myers, President of Toccoa Falls College; Joseph Murray, TFC Development Officer.