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Julie Barnes Baxley Joins BOOST

Julie Barnes Baxley Joins BOOST

Julie BaxleyJulie Baxley is the Health Science Workforce Development Coordinator for the BOOST grant.   She most recently served as the Project Manager- for the North Carolina Advanced Manufacturing Alliance an $18.8 million Round 1 TAACCT grant funded through the Federal Department of Labor.  During the life of the grant, 440 students at Robeson Community College received wrap around student support services.  Twenty-four out of twenty-six industry partners participated in the internship and/or direct job placement program providing 125 students internships or permanent employment. 

Mrs. Baxley has additional workforce experience coordinating the Golden Leaf Opportunity for Work Grant and teaching Job Readiness Classes through HRD preparing students to enter the workforce by strengthening their soft skills, interviewing techniques and resume creation.  Prior to joining RCC, she worked for over 20 years as a Human Resources, Training and Safety Manager in several local manufacturing facilities throughout North Carolina.  She received her Master’s Degree in Human Resources Development from Webster University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from University of North Carolina at Pembroke.  Mrs. Baxley looks forward to empowering BOOST participants and building relationships with employer partners.

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