Crisp County 22,736
Average Weekly Wages - All Industries $684
Average Manufacturing Weekly Wages $886
Union Companies 0
Georgia Area Labor Profile - Crisp County
Crisp County 6.8% May 2020
State of Georgia 9.5% May 2020
Industry Name Employees Marvair 318 FT + 5 PT West Fraser , LLC 130 FT
West Fraser | Integrated Forestry Company
Helena Industries, LLC 154 FT + 70 Contract Helena Industries
Goldens' Foundry 136 FT
Big Tex 375 FT
Big Tex Trailers | America's #1 Professional Grade Trailers
Cordele-Crisp County 60 Mile Radius
Available Workforce: 344,489
Median Household Income: $42,298
Median Age: 37.5
Source: ESRI 2019
*Available workforce consists of the employed and unemployed seeking work populations.
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Crisp County Public School System
CRISP COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM The Crisp County School System serves approximately 4,000 prekindergarten through grade 12 students in its five schools. All prekindergarten students are served at the Crisp County Pre-kindergarten Center on 24th Avenue. Students in grades K-3 are served at the Crisp County Primary School. Similarly, students in grades 4-5 are served at Crisp County Elementary School. All students in Crisp County's public school system attend Crisp County Middle School for grades 6-8, and all students in grades 9-12 are served at Crisp County High School.
Both Crisp County High School and Crisp County Middle School provide students with instructional programs that are comprehensive and challenging by design. A diverse curriculum allows students to explore their interests while enabling them to prepare themselves to be productive citizens in the workplace of tomorrow. Both schools boast an array of extra-curricular activities. Regardless of whether one prefers the arts or athletics, Crisp County Schools have something for everyone.
Crisp Academy http://www.crispacademy.com/
150 Crisp Academy Dr,
Cordele, GA 31015
Phone: (229) 273-6330
Grades taught: Pre-K-12
CRISP ACADEMY Parents in search of a private school for their children need look no further than Crisp Academy, a co-educational college preparatory private school in Cordele serving grades K3-12. The school provides a diverse curriculum in a proactive educational environment.
Albany State University
Students with any major can complete all of their core course requirements for most two-year and four-year college degrees. Since Albany State University is part of the University System of Georgia, courses and degrees are easily transferable to other USG Institutions.
Albany State University also offers a full range of online classes that complement the classes offered at the Cordele instructional site.
South Georgia Technical College
SGTC’s Economic Development Services offers customized training and workforce development programs for business, industry, and community organizations. Specialized, flexible training will be specifically designed to meet your company’s standards of quality.As your training partner, we can provide:
Whether the skills are technical, industrial, managerial, supervisory, computer, or customer service related, SGTC can develop and implement programs for your company.
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