Michelle Davis

Michelle Davis came into the WIA program, in the adult (AD) category, on October 10, 2013. She is a single mother and was unemployed and needed to acquire some training for employment. The last long term employment she had was with a book store that closed. When she...

Tiffany Sowers

Tiffany Sowers was referred to the WIA Program by her Virginia Initiative for Employment not Welfare Program (VIEW) case manager at Culpeper Human Services. The VIEW program assisted Tiffany to obtain her Virginia driver’s license. Due to limited work experience...

Denise Williams

Denise Williams came to the Culpeper Career Resource Center about the WIA program in April of 2014: she met the guidelines under the Adult category for WIA. Denise had been in the companion care industry for a short period of time and found the occupation to take a...

Bernard Chenevert

Bernard became a dislocated worker after he was laid off from his employer of eleven years due to a workforce reduction. As a Business Improvement Director, he had worked out of his home as a telecommuter. Bernard felt he had all the skills necessary to get back into...

Reina Winston

Reina had been in the health care industry for most of her working life but it took a toll on her physically and emotionally. Yet, she had been interested in doing hair “all my life.” She found out about the Culpeper Cosmetology Training Center, that she...