(Marietta, Ga. – Oct. 28, 2013) A growing segment of Chattahoochee Technical College’s enrollment is veterans of the US Armed Forces, something that the college’s libraries want to recognize. More than 530 veterans are attending classes at Chattahoochee Technical College’s eight campuses this semester out of the more than 11,000 students on the rolls.
During the month of November, each of the college’s libraries will feature a prominent display dedicated to those who have served or continue to serve in the military. Available for loan from the library will be materials on topics including, orientation and study skills for college; education of soldiers and veterans; job hunting, career changes and employment; vocational guidance for veterans; military history and biographies; psychology and mental health issues of soldiers or veterans; reintegration of veterans into society; family relationships of soldiers; women veterans and services for families or active/retired military personnel.
“We want to offer a wide selection to our students, faculty and staff who have served in the military,” explained Chattahoochee Technical College Librarian Karen Preslock. “From items that may be a fun read to more serious accounts and resources, we’re proud to include all of these at the different campuses.”
For more information on the libraries at Chattahoochee Technical College and the services and resources available, visit www.chattahoocheetech.edu/services/library/.