Women's Foundation Program

Myleen Trevino of Arab, Judy Thacker of Albertville, Haley Barnard of Guntersville, and Tasha Smith of Guntersville were the first women to receive scholarships and complete their career skills training through the Women’s Foundation grant program at Snead State Community College.

Four women showed what could be accomplished when they worked hard and had resources at their disposal to help them find success. These four women were the guests of honor at a recent graduation ceremony celebrating the first completers of the Modern Manufacturing for Working Women program at Snead State Community College.

Snead State Community College recently received a $50,000 grant from the Women’s Foundation of Alabama to serve women within the Marshall County and surrounding area. The grant funded scholarships for career skills training for women who met the eligibility requirements.

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