Area residents complete personal and career development class

Access and Success for Adults Executive Director, Sue Evans, and Rhonda R. Fannin, Facilitator, partnered with Southern Hills Career and Technical Center Adult Education Director, Vicki Carrington, to offer a free personal and career development class to assist area residents in developing their transitional, educational, and workplace skills.

ASA provides essential services for class participants by assisting them with a travel allotment to aid in class retention, thereby, encouraging participants to achieve their goals of attaining higher education and/or employment for the betterment of their families and society as a whole.

General Electric’s Community Service Fund provided the travel allotment thereby making it possible for students to attend regularly.

Participants received updated resumes and information on how to email career information to apply for jobs through on-line technology.

Rhonda Fannin and Sue Evans co-facilitated the class at SHCTC beginning Oct. 23 – Dec. 11.

The final night included awarding certificates of completion, pizza and dessert, as well as hearing from the guest speaker, Gayle Davis of Beavercreek. Davis is noted for being the Lady with the Hattitude and drives home the lesson we each have of choice.

To register for a future class or for further information, call Rhonda R. Fannin at (937) 763-0808 or email her at or visit us at