Brittany and Tiffany Horton are sisters that have a lot in common. They both graduated from Dawson County High School in Dawsonville, Georgia. The sisters were active members of the Jobs for Georgia Graduates Program and they were President of JGG in their respective senior year. Both were recipients of the Ken Smith Scholarship and they attended the University of West Georgia.
Currently, Brittany is a Cardiovascular Progressive Care Unit Registered Nurse at Advent Health in Orlando, Florida and younger sister, Tiffany is a freshman at the University of West Georgia majoring in Chemistry with aspirations of being a Pharmacist.
Tiffany Horton is a 2018 Ken Smith Scholarship recipient who served as the Jobs for Georgia Graduates (JGG) President during her senior year at Dawson County High School. As a high school student, Tiffany was a Beta Club Member and an honor’s graduate. As a college freshman at UWG, Tiffany’s extra curricular activities include Marketing Ambassador, an Orientation Leader, and apart of the “Emerging Leaders Program” at the University and hoping to be a Resident Assistant next school year. Tiffany, featured below in a Chemistry Lab, credits JGG with preparing her for employment and life skills for success. Her future plans are to attend Pharmacy School at the University of Georgia and upon completion of her degree work in a hospital.
Older sister Brittany graduated from Dawson County High School in the class of 2014. She was a Ken Smith scholarship recipient in 2014 and 2015. She was an active member of Jobs for Georgia Graduates and voted President in her senior year. As a senior, she competed in the Creative Problem Solving competitive event and won first place. Kathie Fodor, Job Specialist helped her gain employment at the Rack Room and she was able to continue her employment while in college. Brittany graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Nursing in 2018. While at UWG, Brittany assumed many leadership roles to include Orientation Leader, Housing Ambassador, Resident Assistant and was the first undergraduate student at UWG to be a Resident Director where her team won the “Staff of the Year” Award.