CGTC Child Development Center Student Wins College Savings Contribution

Article courtesy of Path2College 529 Plan:
Warner Robins, Ga. – Anaya West, an eight-year-old from Warner Robins, was awarded a $1,529 Path2College 529 Plan college savings contribution as one of the winners of the We Care Child Care Sweepstakes. The sweepstakes was held by the Path2College 529 Plan and the Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL) in an effort to raise awareness about the importance of continued education and financial planning.
“College has been instrumental in changing my life, Read More

September 24, 2020

Amazon Web Services Certificate Courses Open for Fall Session 2 Enrollment at CGTC 

Warner Robins, Ga. - A new online program has been fast-tracked for Fall Session 2 enrollment at Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC), assuring student access to an exciting, essential, and growing career field.
The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Solutions Specialist Technical Certificate of Credit (TCC) is a new Computer Information Technology program offering computing skills through hands-on practical experience preparing students for AWS certifications.
An AWS developer is responsible for setting-up, maintaining and evolving the cloud infrastructure of web applications. Read More

September 21, 2020

Adult Education Division at CGTC Looks for Friendly Input at Upcoming Conversation and Lunch: A Houston County Literacy Month Initiative

Warner Robins, Ga. – A lot can be accomplished over lunch with students, staff and community friends; that’s why students and staff from Central Georgia Technical College’s (CGTC) Adult Education program, alongside citizens of Houston County, will host a conversation over lunch to learn about its programs and pathways into college credit.
Each One…Reach One …Your Voice Matters, a COVID-19 friendly event funded from the Conversion to Action Grant, will take place on Thursday, September 17, Read More

September 15, 2020

Georgia VECTR Center Awarded Workforce Development Grant

Warner Robins, Ga. – IT certifications will soon be available to transitioning Guard, Reserves and military spouses thanks to a grant awarded to the Georgia Veterans Education Career Transition Resource (VECTR) Center. 
 The Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) Workforce Development office recently awarded the $60,000 Defense Economic Community Grant to support military communities by enhancing workforce development.  
 The Defense Economic Community Grant specifically awards funds to support military personnel and their families, and that’s exactly what the VECTR Center intends to do. 
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September 10, 2020

CGTC Macon Adult Education Serves Community with Curbside Back-to-School Bash

The Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) Adult Education Division alongside event partner, Well Care Inc., recently held its Curbside Back-to-School Bash on Friday, August 28, 2020, at the Adult Education K-Building on the Macon campus.
The event and its participants gave away book bags, school supplies, masks, and more to aide Bibb County students in preparation for the school year.
The Division regularly gives back to the community. In June, it held a large food drive that served as the catalyst for a school supply drive in August. Read More

August 26, 2020

CGTC GOAL and RPA Winners Named Finalists in State Competitions

Warner Robins, Ga. – The Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) recently announced each of the nine finalists for the Georgia Occupational Award for Leadership (GOAL) and Rick Perkins Award (RPA) from the 22 College winners in its system: Larry Jackson, the College’s GOAL Winner , and Jessica Willcox, its RPA Winner, are among the finalists.
The announcement came live from TCSG commissioner, Greg Dozier, via social media channels in August, Read More

August 21, 2020

CGTC Welcomes New Members to Board of Directors

Warner Robins, Ga. – Four new community members began service with Central Georgia Technical College’s Board of Directors this August; Samuel F. Hart, of Bibb County, Karla Redding-Andrews, of Jones County, Karen Lambert of Bibb County, and Kathy G. O’Neal, of Houston County.
Their service to the Board begins at an exciting time for the College, as it moves ahead as the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) leader in graduates, upholds and steadies enrollment and economic development growth, Read More

August 17, 2020

VOTE NOW: Georgia VECTR Center in Competition for More Grant Funding with Google

Warner Robins, Ga. – Impact Challenge Georgia recently selected CGTC and the Georgia Veterans Education Career Transition Resource (VECTR) Center as one of its five grant winners.
These five nonprofits are pursuing big ideas to create economic opportunity in Georgia, and each will receive $175,000 in funding to jumpstart their ideas.
But the Challenge isn’t over yet. To achieve our goal to establish and sustain training for transitioning military and veterans in high-demand advanced manufacturing and industrial equipment maintenance, Read More

August 11, 2020

CGTC’s 11th Annual Race for Education to Bring Runners Together on a Virtual Track

Warner Robins, Ga. – The 2020 edition of the Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) Foundation Race for Education 5k and 1-Mile Fun Run will take place virtually, just as many events will amid a global pandemic to ensure the safety of participants.
The 11th Annual Race for Education benefitting Adult Education Initiatives will take place over the week of September 7-12, 2020, in celebration of National Literacy Month. The race moves from its traditional post-Labor Day Saturday to accommodate a new and exciting virtual format. Read More

August 4, 2020

Northrup Grumman Awards Grant to Georgia VECTR Center

Warner Robins, Ga. – Northrup Grumman, a global aerospace and defense technology company, recently awarded the Georgia Veterans Education Career Transition Resource (VECTR) Center grant funding for a third consecutive year to assist the Center and its veteran students with program costs.
This year the VECTR Center will apply the $3000 grant to help students cover fees, the EPA certification for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) programs, books and equipment.
“These funds help with program costs so that veteran students can persist to graduation without a financial barrier,” said Ret. Read More

July 23, 2020