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Many scholarship recipients are first-time college students, re-entry adults, career changers or single parents striving to complete their educational goals. For these students, a scholarship award can make a profound difference in the continued success of their college program or career.

 

To support scholarships at Chattahoochee Tech, donors can:

  • Contribute any amount to the general Scholarship Fund. Every dollar makes a difference.
  • Establish an annual scholarship. With an annual gift of $1,000 or more, donors may name a scholarship and recommend criteria for awarding.
  • Contribute to an existing scholarship. Chattahoochee Tech Foundation has several existing scholarships that can make an even greater impact with additional funding.
  • Create an endowed scholarship. By creating an endowment, donors establish a scholarship that will provide financial assistance for Chattahoochee Tech students in perpetuity through the interest earned from the investment of the fund. With a minimum gift of $25,000, donors can name the fund and recommend criteria for awarding.

Areas of Need:

Chattahoochee Tech always accepts donations for all current scholarships and any new scholarships based on donor-directed criteria and fund use. Often, new scholarship initiatives are created to support students based on demographic information and specific needs. Currently, these special scholarship initiatives include:

  • Veterans’ Scholarships
  • College Credit Now/Dual Enrollment Scholarships

Here’s an example of how our scholarships have impacted our students’ lives (click the picture below):

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Gifts in Kind

The educational programs at Chattahoochee Tech are designed to provide students with real-world, hands-on experiences in the classroom. In many cases, this experience requires equipment for students to work with to fully understand the concepts and material. Chattahoochee Tech accepts donations of gifts-in-kind (tangible items) that allow our students to practice and learn on equipment they will use on a daily basis in their future careers.

Programs currently in need of material donations include:

  • Welding and Joining Technology
  • Automotive Collision Repair

Although all contributions are appreciated, because of many factors, Chattahoochee Tech Foundation may not be able to accept all donations of tangible items. Please contact the Foundation if you are interested in supporting Chattahoochee Tech with a gift-in-kind for more information.

Chattahoochee Tech Family Annual Scholarship

Each year, Chattahoochee Tech faculty and staff are asked to support the mission of the College through financial contributions. Although these donations can be designated to specific program areas, faculty and staff are encouraged to contribute to the Chattahoochee Tech Family Annual Scholarship. All donations to this scholarship are awarded to qualifying students on an annual basis for Spring and Summer semesters. Faculty and staff are asked to nominate deserving students with financial need who represent the values and principals of Chattahoochee Tech through academic achievements, community involvement, and school spirit.

If you are a faculty or staff member and would like to participate in this campaign, download our Employee Payroll Deduction Form. For questions, call Stephanie Hubbell, Director of Alumni and Annual Giving, at 770-528-4574.

Faculty Conference Grants

The Chattahoochee Tech Foundation Faculty Conference Grant program was established to assist full-time faculty of Chattahoochee Technical College attend professional conferences that are essential to staying current in their field so students have a relevant and quality education. As college budgets have tightened, the Foundation offers five $1,000 grants to approved faculty applications per semester each academic year.

To support Faculty Conference Grants, please contact Melanie Lambert, Executive Director of Development, or designate a gift by including “Faculty Conference Grants” on your check and online giving form.

 Athletic Scholarships and Sponsorships

Chattahoochee Tech is a proud member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and the Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association (GCAA). The Golden Eagles have exciting opportunities on the horizon and are actively seeking sponsorships and other philanthropic contributions to each year to continue to promote the benefits of collegiate competitive and intramural athletics. If you are interested in supporting men’s or women’s basketball or any intramural sports at CTC, please contact the Foundation at 770-528-4522 or click here to make your donation. You may also download our basketball scholarship brochure here.

For more information about Chattahoochee Tech sports programs, click here.

 

 

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