Chattahoochee Tech Featured at West Cobb Business Association August Event

Chattahoochee Technical College was featured at the West Cobb Business Association’s Power Hour Expo and Luncheon held Thursday, Aug. 22, in Powder Springs with a presentation by Jennifer Nelson, the college’s Vice President for Student Affairs and External Affairs. She also serves as Executive Director for the Chattahoochee Tech Foundation.

Nelson presented an overview of Chattahoochee Tech and described the many ways in which Chattahoochee Tech is serving educational and business needs within the community. As noted in her presentation, Chattahoochee Technical College is the largest technical college in the state of Georgia serving 14,000 students annually throughout six counties and across eight campuses.

“We appreciate this opportunity to interact with the business community of West Cobb,” said Nelson. “Members of the West Cobb Business Association are focused on creating a better quality of life in their community, and Chattahoochee Tech actively supports that mission.”

Shown, l-r, are West Cobb Business Association President-Elect Jason Pendley, Chattahoochee Tech Vice President for Student Affairs and External Affairs Jennifer Nelson, and Chattahoochee Tech Director of Advancement Stephanie Hubbell.
Shown, l-r, are West Cobb Business Association President-Elect Jason Pendley, Chattahoochee Tech Vice President for Student Affairs and External Affairs Jennifer Nelson, and Chattahoochee Tech Director of Advancement Stephanie Hubbell.

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