Inspiring the Next Generation …
June 14th, 2013
Did you know that our Senior Vice President of Sales, Chad Fisher, has a degree in Textile-Chemical Engineering? Quite a career change to say the least! If you ask him to breakdown the composition of the root chemical in the synthetic yarn (what?!?!) he could probably tell you and he would do it with incredible energy and excitement!
Chad’s personality and knowledge of the Hospitality industry (as well as bio-chemistry) made him the perfect candidate to meet with a young group of individuals touring our facility. As part of a growing community in Loris, SC Integra Fabrics feels it’s absolutely necessary to reach out and help nurture the future generation. When asked to participate in a brief “training session” – we were absolutely on board!
SC Works is an organization within the KRA Corporation, a national leader in performance-based workforce development programs since 1981. This is a full-service workforce development contractor supporting business, jobseeker, and auxiliary services under Federal, State, and local workforce development and related programs. As service provider for the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) in the Waccamaw region of South Carolina, KRA Corporation has managed the areas Youth, Adult, and Dislocated worker programs since 2011 and is administered by the Waccamaw Regional Council of Governments.
This photo is of Students representing the Youth Works program in Horry County enjoy a tour at Integra Fabrics, led by Senior Vice President, Chad Fisher. Youth Works prepares youth facing employment barriers by partnering with local industries and providing activities which strengthen the link between academic and occupational learning.
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