Magnolia High School students enrolled in Career Readiness recently completed the requirements to receive the Arkansas Career Readiness Certificate.
An Arkansas Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) is a portable credential based upon the WorkKeys assessments that demonstrate to employers that an individual possesses the basic workplace skills required for 21st century jobs.
Getting a CRC allows an individual to show prospective employers that he or she possesses the basic skills employers seek. The Arkansas Career Readiness Certificate verifies that a job seeker can handle tasks such as finding information, reading instructions and directions, and working with numbers--tasks that are common in today's workplaces. These tasks are skills that all jobs require.
Magnolia students receiving certificates were Skyler Baskin, Je’Len Berry, Victoria Bright, Christopher Brown, Bianca Castillo, Alysha Davis, Misty Demorrow, De’Asia Doss, Micalah Edenstrom, Julia Ferguson, Shakia Frazier, Chloe Garland, Janice Glidewell, Haley Hanson, Tania Hardin, Andrea Henderson, Pierce Ingram, Kayanna Jones, Raylee May, Kenyatta Manning, Jazmin McDowell, Allie McMahen, Shaquayla Rankin, Trayanna Reed, Miniya Robinson, Kaeon Rone, Emilee Schomer, Hunter Sweetwood, and Jaliyah Young.