Conecuh County Workforce Development Center

The Workforce Development Center
Created with students and community in mind, the Conecuh County Workforce Development Center is the hub of Conecuh County Schools' Career and Technical Education programs: Agriscience, Business Administration and Management, Health Sciences, Dual Enrollment Welding, and JAG. 
The purpose of the WDC, which is located between the Brooks Memorial Football Stadium and Hillcrest High School, is to guide and educate students in the career of their choice and allow them to explore career paths while still in high school. We currently serve 9th-12th grade students, who are transported via school bus to and from Hillcrest High School. 
For more information about the Workforce Development Center or the CTE programs we offer, please contact:
Briana Hall, Director
300 Jaguar Drive
Evergreen, AL 36401
251-578-7077 ext. 9001

WDC Director Ms. Briana Hall

Ms. Briana Hall

WDC Director


“It’s always a great day of teaching and learning at the WDC!”

If you follow our social media pages, the above is our tagline! I wholeheartedly believe it and try to model it for students each day they step foot onto our campus. It is a privilege and an honor to come back home to serve the students of Conecuh County! It is my goal to not only lead staff in teaching and learning , but I also want to ensure that the initiatives we put in place at the Workforce Development Center are equitable and sustainable for our community.

Our purpose at the Workforce Development Center is simple. We seek to: Educate, Expose, Empower, Enrich and Enlighten students.  We want learners to be successful and walk away inspired because of HOW they were treated NOT in spite of how they were treated.  The lessons that are created, the field experiences that are planned, the guest speakers that are chosen, the activities that are organized, and the partnerships that are made with business and industry are key elements to ensure that we produce viable assets for the community.  

Thank you for the continued support!


Ms. Hall is a 2000 graduate of Hillcrest High School. She completed her Associate in Science at Alabama Southern Community College (now Coastal Alabama); she received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a minor in English from the University of South Alabama and a Masters of Education Language Arts from Alabama State University. In 2021, she received her Instructional Leadership endorsement from Troy University. Ms. Hall has been an educator for the past 18 years and has taught in Conecuh County Schools, Jefferson County Schools and internationally in the United Arab Emirates. She has been in various leadership roles as a Creativity, Activity & Services (CAS) Coordinator, Dean of Students, Assistant Principal and presently Career Technical Education Director. She is the owner/operator of  Qwynn B’s, LLC (event rentals).  In her spare time she enjoys cooking, traveling, learning about new cultures and eating new cuisines!

Guidance Counseling and Career Coaching

Mr. Harry Crum, Career Tech Counselor
251-578-1752 ext. 9002
WDC Counselor
Counselor's Corner

Mr. Harry Crum is a graduate of the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Marketing). Additionally, he has a Master of Education in Learning Design & Technology from the University of West Alabama. He has an extensive background in Career & Technical Education, with over 26 years as an educator. He has served as a classroom teacher, Department Head, CTSO Advisor, Head Football Coach, Head Track Coach, Technology Coordinator, and mentoring teacher.




Janie Gill, Career Counselor

Janie Gill, Career Coach
251-578-1752 ext. 9003

Career Coach's Corner

Ms. Janie R. Gill is a graduate of Alabama State University with a B. S. in Finance with graduate hours towards a M.S. in Education for Social Science.  In addition, she has a Master’s in Human Resources Management from Troy University.  She brings to the Workforce Development Center Team over 20 years of extensive background in HR generalist affairs, including experience in employee recruitment and retention, staff development, mediation, conflict resolution, HR policies development, and legal compliance, Governmental and Corporate Management as well as, classroom educational training at the post-secondary, secondary and elementary levels.