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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… Continue Reading Students of All Ages Gain Essential Workforce Skills in Chattahoochee Tech Drafting Technology Program
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… Continue Reading Chattahoochee Tech Honors Graduates with Drive-Through Graduation Event
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… Continue Reading Professional Automotive Tool Sets Presented to Students at Mike Peterson Memorial Awards Ceremony
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… Continue Reading Chattahoochee Tech Foundation Presents Student Scholarships Valued at $110,300
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… Continue Reading Occupational Therapy Assistant Student Receives Grant for Hospital Fieldwork Project
A select group of Chattahoochee Tech students are better prepared to serve as effective workforce leaders upon graduating from the college’s 2021 Student Leadership Academy. The college honored these students in a ceremony held Friday, April 16, at the North Metro Campus. The Student Leadership Academy is an annual, semester-long program at Chattahoochee Tech in… Continue Reading Chattahoochee Tech Honors Student Leadership Academy Graduates
Chattahoochee Technical College announced the winners of its 2021 outstanding student and instructor competitions on Friday, March 19, with student Dustin Ferguson and instructor Jennifer Staton receiving top honors. These winners were announced in a Facebook livestream event held at the college’s North Metro Campus. Dustin Ferguson, a student in the Chattahoochee Tech Associate of… Continue Reading Chattahoochee Tech Announces Top Student and Top Instructor for 2021
Chattahoochee Technical College now offers two ways to earn a high school equivalency diploma, the GED test and the HiSET Exam Both the GED test and the HiSET exam measure high school equivalency skills that reflect the skills of a high school graduate. Chattahoochee Tech offers free classes to help students prepare for taking either exam. Students… Continue Reading Chattahoochee Tech Offers New Option to Earn High School Equivalency
Spring semester classes began for well over 8,000 students this week at Chattahoochee Technical College. “The college remains strong in its commitment to a safe and healthy educational environment while continuing to provide a quality education for our students,” said Chattahoochee Tech Vice President for Advancement Jennifer Nelson. “We are working diligently to keep our… Continue Reading Chattahoochee Tech Students Go Back to School for 2021 Spring Semester
Community leaders gathered with Chattahoochee Technical College staff and faculty for a groundbreaking ceremony held Thursday, Oct. 15, at the North Metro Campus for the college’s $8,905,000 Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Emerging Technologies. Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) Commissioner Greg Dozier and Cartersville-Bartow Chamber of Commerce Chair Josh Brock served as two of… Continue Reading Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Emerging Technologies Groundbreaking Ceremony Held at North Metro Campus
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