Chattahoochee Tech Celebrates Business and Technical Studies Program Advisory Committees

Chattahoochee Technical College hosted its fourth annual appreciation event on Thursday, March 5, for the industry professionals who serve on program advisory committees for the college’s business and technical studies programs. Nearly 200 people attended this event, which was held at the Chattahoochee Tech North Metro Campus.

“The goal of this event is to celebrate and express our appreciation to the industry representatives who give their time to serve on our program advisory committees,” said Chattahoochee Tech Dean of Business and Technical Studies Marcy Smith. “They serve a valuable role in letting us know where we need to be in terms of preparing our students to go into the workforce.”

There are currently 27 programs of study in business and technical studies at Chattahoochee Tech. These programs of study prepare students to become highly skilled professionals in career fields that include business; computer information systems; digital media technologies; public and professional services; building, manufacturing and engineering technologies; and transportation. “We have a program in business and technical studies, or a health program, with viable career options for any student,” said Chattahoochee Tech Vice President of Academic Affairs and Economic Development Jason Tanner.

Included among the industry partners serving on Chattahoochee Tech program advisory committees for the college’s business and technical studies programs are the ones listed below.

Chattahoochee Tech Business and Technical Studies Program Advisory Committee Representatives

  • A-Bullet Advertising & Design
  • Aerospace Fabrications of Georgia
  • Atlanta Premier Accounting & Tax Services
  • Bartow County Government
  • Bells Ferry Learning Center
  • Cass High School
  • Cable Quest
  • Cherokee Animal Shelter
  • Cherokee High School
  • City of Smyrna Police Department
  • Cobb County Police Department
  • Construction Resources, LLC
  • CROFT Architecture and Engineering
  • DeKalb County Fleet Management
  • Dela’s Wellness
  • Dobbs Defense
  • Engineered Lumber Tech
  • Fastenal
  • Floor and Décor
  • Ford Motor Company
  • Foundations for the Future, Creative Child Care & School
  • Gay Construction
  • Geosyntec Consultants
  • H V Diagnostics
  • Head Start
  • Holly Springs Police Department
  • Holston Gasses, Inc.
  • Hunter Engineering Company
  • I-CAR
  • Imperial Imaging Technology
  • Inalfa Roof Systems, Inc.
  • Jeremias Exhaust Systems
  • Kennesaw State University
  • Killian Automotive
  • Kraft Power Corporation
  • Krause Family Ford
  • MEDITECH
  • Michael Christian Salon & Dry Bar
  • Mohawk Industries
  • Moore Weld Professional Services
  • Morgan Truck Body
  • MSC, Inc.
  • North Georgia Staffing
  • Optimum Profit Consulting
  • Outdoor Expressions
  • Phenix Salon Suites
  • Philips Health Systems, Connected Care Pre-sales
  • Quality Air Systems, Inc.
  • R & D Mechanical Services
  • Reinhardt University
  • Rush Enterprises, Inc.
  • Shaw Industries
  • Smith Heating & Air Conditioning
  • SportsClips
  • Sprocket Creative
  • State Farm
  • The Clorox Company
  • The Sales Energizer
  • Tire Kingdom Service Center
  • Tower Farms
  • Toyo Tire North American Manufacturing, Inc.
  • UGA Extension, Bartow County
  • Universal Alloy Corporation
  • Viasat, Inc.
  • VMware IT Academy
  • W.W. Williams
  • Wellstar Health System
  • Win-Tech, Inc.
  • Wood Acres School
  • Yancey Bros. Co.
  • Zaxby’s
Nearly 200 people attended the Chattahoochee Tech 2020 appreciation event for those who serve on program advisory committees for the college's business and technical programs.
Nearly 200 people attended the Chattahoochee Tech 2020 appreciation event for those who serve on program advisory committees for the college’s business and technical programs.

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