The Construction Education Foundation of Georgia (CEFGA) named a Houston County Career Academy graduate, Levi Johnson from Warner Robins Georgia as their 2020 K12 Pipeline Graduate of the Year during the annual Craft Pro Champions Awards.
ATLANTA, GA, August 07, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — The K12 Pipeline Graduate of the Year is a graduate of a high school construction program who is excelling, advancing and thriving in the construction industry. Levi is a 2020 graduate from Northside High School in Warner Robins who took the HVAC pathway at the Houston County Career Academy as an elective. As a pathway completer he earned the lifetime Environmental Protection Agency Section 608 Universal credential. He entered the workforce in the summer of 2019 as a rising senior through the Youth Apprenticeship Program obtaining employment with Keadle Heating & Air in Byron. Since July 2019 Levi has logged over 1200 on the job hours performing installations, maintenance, service calls and new construction within the industry. His employer speaks highly of his performance and work ethic skills. He has been given three pay raises and currently drives his own company vehicle. According to Mr. Ken Keadle owner of Keadle Heating and Air: “Levi is doing very well. He is reliable and has a good attitude and his technical skills are very good.”
CEFGA is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, created in 1993 as the Construction Education Foundation of Georgia. CEFGA partners with the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) to provide support and services to skilled trade construction programs statewide. The Craft Pro Champions Awards were created out of a partnership between CEFGA and Atlanta CareerRise, who together pursued and won the Job Quality Initiative Grant offered by the National Fund for Workforce Solutions.
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