Chattahoochee Tech Mountain View Campus Open House

Scores of Students Welcomed at Chattahoochee Tech Mountain View Campus Open House

Chattahoochee Technical College welcomed scores of high school students and their parents at the college’s Mountain View Campus open house on Tuesday, March 27.

Students toured the campus, visited with instructors and learned about the award-winning programs offered at this campus in TV Production, Culinary Arts, and Design and Media Production Technology. They also met the “Play to Win” television program team (as seen on Fox 5). Chattahoochee Tech representatives also provided information about the Interiors and Cybersecurity programs which are offered on the nearby Woodstock Campus.

“The Chattahoochee Tech Mountain View Campus could be considered one of East Cobb’s best kept secrets,” said Michelle Bush, Chattahoochee Tech Director of Student Outreach and Recruitment. “Whether you are just starting your college career, earning college credits while you are in high school, or enhancing your current job skills, the programs offered at our Mountain View Campus can help you achieve your career goals.”

Recent Woodstock High School graduate Sarah Michelle DeAngelo, above right, checks out the Chattahoochee Tech Career Guide at the Mountain View Open House.
Recent Woodstock High School graduate Sarah Michelle DeAngelo, above right, was eager to check out college program information at the Chattahoochee Tech Mountain View Campus Open House.
Kell High School senior Logan Tyler met with Play to Win television program cast members Jeffrey Schecter and Dr. Saddiz El-Amin at the Mountain View Open House. Shown here, l-r, are Schechter, El-Amin and Tyler.
Kell High School senior Logan Tyler, of Acworth, met with Play to Win television program team members Jeffrey Schechter and Dr. Saddiz El-Amin at the Mountain View Open House. Shown here, l-r, are Schechter, El-Amin and Tyler.
Chattahoochee Tech TV Production student Ty Fletcher, of Powder Springs, volunteered at the Mountain View Campus Open House. "I'm excited about all the possibilities I have when I graduate," said Fletcher.
Chattahoochee Tech TV Production student Ty Fletcher, of Powder Springs, volunteered at the Mountain View Campus Open House. “I’m excited about all the possibilities I have when I graduate,” said Fletcher.

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