Workforce & Talent
We have brains and brawn!
Rabun County is committed to helping prepare the future generations of our local workforce and supporting those currently working here. Our community offers exceptional public and private schools, is located near some of the top colleges and universities in the region, and is home to the Rabun County Employment Center to help enhance the skills of our area’s employees.
Rabun County Primary School
Rabun County Elementary School
Rabun County Middle School
Rabun County High School
Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School
Tallulah Falls School
Mountain Education Charter High School
North Georgia Technical College
Toccoa Falls College
Young Harris College
Truett McConnell University
Western North Carolina University
Rabun County Employment Center
The center is currently closed due to COVID-19. Please check back for more information on opening and hours of operation.
The Rabun County Employment Center is an adaptive re-use of the former Rabun County Memorial Hospital. The goal of the center is to help create a highly employable workforce for the 21st century by improving the skills of the area’s workers. The center brings together the employment services of the Georgia Department of Labor (GA DOL) and the workforce training offered by North Georgia Technical College (NGTC) to create opportunities to participate in training programs designed to address the community’s workforce needs.
Resources offered by the GA DOL include:
Services offered by appointment include:
- Job search assistance
- Unemployment claims
- Unemployment appeals
- Research assistance
The NGTC Adult Education Department serves residents of Fannin, Franklin, Habersham, Rabun, Stephens, Towns, Union, and White counties who are returning to school to resume educational programs interrupted in years past as well as those working toward personal educational goals. Instructional programs are self-paced for individual students to provide flexibility and provided by dedicated teachers, and many levels of instruction are offered to accommodate the needs of adult learners. Instruction is available in:
- Basic skills such as mathematics and reading
- General Education Development (GED ®) Test preparation
- ACCUPLACER and Companion Test preparation
- English as a Second Language (ESL)
There is no charge for books or materials used in adult education classes. Adult education classes are taught free of charge to those age 16 and older.