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The Chattahoochee Tech Foundation presented 104 student scholarships with a total value of $109,000 at an awards event held Friday, April 15, at the college’s North Metro Campus. Scholarships awards ranged from $500 to $2,500 for these Chattahoochee Tech students, who represented a wide variety of programs at the college, according to Chattahoochee Tech Advancement...
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Chattahoochee Technical College honored a select group of students at its Student Leadership Academy graduation ceremony held Friday, April 1, at the college’s North Metro Campus. The Student Leadership Academy is an annual, semester-long program at Chattahoochee Tech to prepare students to become effective workforce leaders. This initiative, which was sponsored by Open Roads Complete...
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Chattahoochee Technical College honored its outstanding students and instructors in technical education at an awards luncheon held Friday, Jan. 28, at the college’s North Metro Campus. Chattahoochee Tech Practical Nursing student Rebecca Sullivan received the college’s 2022 Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership (GOAL) award for top student, and Chattahoochee Tech Radiography instructor Malcolm Paschall received...
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Chattahoochee Technical College recognized its outstanding alumni, top volunteer, and benefactor of the year at its 2021 Spark Workforce Awards event held Dec. 3 at the North Metro Campus. Chattahoochee Tech presented the 2021 Alumni of the Year award to U.S. Army 1st Lt. Jenny Lyn Bridges, a graduate of the college’s Physical Therapist Assistant...
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Chattahoochee Tech students in the college’s Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) program were among those from the college who volunteered at Hasty Elementary School in Canton for the Jumpstart Read for the Record event on Oct. 28. The Chattahoochee Tech OTA students read to elementary school students of all ages from 29 classrooms, including children with...
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The Chattahoochee Technical College Drafting Technology program is serving as a springboard to success for students of all ages. Chattahoochee Tech student Tammy Perry, who graduated from high school in the 1980s, and Dual Enrollment student Janelle Reece, who will graduate from high school in May 2022, have gained essential workforce skills through the college’s...
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Chattahoochee Technical College honored its graduates with a drive-through graduation ceremony held Thursday, May 13, at the college’s North Metro Campus. Approximately 500 Chattahoochee Tech students graduated this spring, with more than 200 of them participating in the drive-through graduation celebration. Faculty and staff cheered enthusiastically for students who traveled in a parade of cars...
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Four Chattahoochee Technical College students who are starting their careers in the automotive repair industry will be well prepared for success thanks to the professional tool sets awarded to them on Friday, May 7, by Claire and Alan Peterson. The Petersons, of Cobb County, awarded Snap-on professional tool sets, each valued at over $6,000, in...
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The Chattahoochee Tech Foundation honored student scholarship recipients with an awards presentation held Friday, April 23, at the North Metro Campus in Acworth. Socially distanced award presentations were staggered throughout the morning out of an abundance of caution because of the pandemic. “We are very grateful for the generosity of our scholarship donors,” said Chattahoochee...
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Julia Gottenberg Chattahoochee Tech student Julia Gottenberg is already off to a great start in becoming an Occupational Therapy Assistant thanks to her successful fieldwork at Floyd Medical Center. The enrichment kit she created for hospital patients was so well received that the Floyd Healthcare Foundation awarded her a grant for more of these kits...
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