What is GLS?

WHAT IS GLS?

The Good Life Solution Program (GLS) is collection of partnerships between New Horizons Career & Technical Education Center and local Employers looking to improve the way they recruit, hire, train, and most importantly retain their entry level new hires out of High School.

HAMPTON ROADS EMPLOYERS ARE THE CUSTOMER!

WHAT DO WE DO?

Provide a robust talent pipeline of local seniors looking to transition from high school to full-time employment (with benefits) in various career pathways. Ultimately, the GLS program seeks to establish a reliable and sustainable pipeline to help satisfy the hiring needs of participating GLS Employer Partners. Since 2017, the GLS candidate pool at New Horizons continues to grow and improve year after year.

 

Address

520 Butler Farm Road
Hampton, VA 23666

Phone

Phone Number: 757-221-2363

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2021
  • In July, our partners in Smithfield, who opposed a rezoning that will increase the population of that town by 25%, with 812 additional homes on land zoned for 261, were crushed by special interests and the town council. Over 100 concerned citizens showed up to the town council meeting and ALL 37 public comments were in opposition. Residents pleaded for the council to “do what is right and reject the application” but instead the council immediately moved for approval without even a discussion and then inexplicably voted for the rezoning. Smithfield leaders simply did not respect or listen to their own residents. Special interests won the day in Smithfield.
  • Over 300 acres of land on Lightfoot Road on former Williamsburg Pottery Property is considered for major development by a company named GAWK Capital LLC, as Lightfoot Rd is considered one of the worst roads in the State for congestion and delays.
  • CELEBRATE WITH US!  On March 16, the Board of Supervisors voted UNANIMOUSLY to DENY the Fenton Mill Living rezoning application!
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2020
  • CONSERVE YORK COUNTY FOUNDATION WAS CREATED to fight overdevelopment throughout York County and the Greater Williamsburg area, and to demand accountability from our County Leaders
  • Mid-Atlantic Real Estate quietly submitted the FENTON MILL LIVING rezoning application, to enable them to build 836 homes instead of the 288 allowed by current zoning.  A citizen discovered the rezoning request and sounded the alarm, and Preserve Fenton Mill was born to fight the rezoning.  Citizen outcry led to a reduced proposal for 599 homes, and a UNANIMOUS Planning Commission recommendation for DENIAL of the rezoning
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2019
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2018
  • MARQUIS HILLS: this rezoning allows 600 new residences on Marquis Parkway
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2017
  • KELTON STATION: this rezoning allows 248 new residences in on Lightfoot Road.
  • SMITH FARM: this rezoning allows 113 new residences on Yorktown Road.
  • PHOENIX SENIOR HOUSING: this rezoning allows 170 new residences on Byrd Road.
  • ARBORDALE: this rezoning allows 493 new residences off of Mooretown Road
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2016

 

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2015
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2021
  • In July, our partners in Smithfield, who opposed a rezoning that will increase the population of that town by 25%, with 812 additional homes on land zoned for 261, were crushed by special interests and the town council. Over 100 concerned citizens showed up to the town council meeting and ALL 37 public comments were in opposition. Residents pleaded for the council to “do what is right and reject the application” but instead the council immediately moved for approval without even a discussion and then inexplicably voted for the rezoning. Smithfield leaders simply did not respect or listen to their own residents. Special interests won the day in Smithfield.
  • Over 300 acres of land on Lightfoot Road on former Williamsburg Pottery Property is considered for major development by a company named GAWK Capital LLC, as Lightfoot Rd is considered one of the worst roads in the State for congestion and delays.
  • CELEBRATE WITH US!  On March 16, the Board of Supervisors voted UNANIMOUSLY to DENY the Fenton Mill Living rezoning application!
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2020
  • CONSERVE YORK COUNTY FOUNDATION WAS CREATED to fight overdevelopment throughout York County and the Greater Williamsburg area, and to demand accountability from our County Leaders
  • Mid-Atlantic Real Estate quietly submitted the FENTON MILL LIVING rezoning application, to enable them to build 836 homes instead of the 288 allowed by current zoning.  A citizen discovered the rezoning request and sounded the alarm, and Preserve Fenton Mill was born to fight the rezoning.  Citizen outcry led to a reduced proposal for 599 homes, and a UNANIMOUS Planning Commission recommendation for DENIAL of the rezoning
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2019
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2018
  • MARQUIS HILLS: this rezoning allows 600 new residences on Marquis Parkway
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2017
  • KELTON STATION: this rezoning allows 248 new residences in on Lightfoot Road.
  • SMITH FARM: this rezoning allows 113 new residences on Yorktown Road.
  • PHOENIX SENIOR HOUSING: this rezoning allows 170 new residences on Byrd Road.
  • ARBORDALE: this rezoning allows 493 new residences off of Mooretown Road
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2016

 

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2015
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