CGTC Foundation’s Annual Casino Night Event Returns January 31

Macon, Ga. – The Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) Foundation invites the public to “go all in” at its 2020 edition of Pomp and Circumstance: A Casino Night Fundraiser sponsored by Parrish Construction. The classic evening of casino games will take place Friday, January 31, 2020 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Charles H. Jones Advanced Technology Center.
The stakes are the same every year: grow Foundation funding for CGTC’s students. However, the event’s organizer and CGTC Foundation advancement coordinator, Read More

January 14, 2020


CGTC Foundation and Re-entry Services Name Ronald Greene as Newest RESET Scholarship Recipient

Warner Robins, Ga. – Ronald Greene, a Business Management student with Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC), has a lengthy record.
As a formerly incarcerated citizen, one might presume that to be the case, but it is his post-incarceration list of accolades that have earned Greene the award of the fall 2019 Re-Entry Scholarship for Educational Transition (RESET).
Greene, president of the Georgia and CGTC Phi Beta Lambda Chapters, motivational speaker, pastor, and youth mentor made it out of a life of addiction, Read More

December 6, 2019


Peach County High School Students Receive Scholarships from SunMark to Study at CGTC

Fort Valley, Ga. – Four Peach County High School students enrolled in Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) for the fall 2019 semester will head into their studies with scholarships from the Fort Valley branch of SunMark Community Bank.
Roman Galan, Elisa Rodriguez, Austin James Smith and Malik Taylor all received the Claybon J. Edwards Memorial Scholarship presented in May by Mike Jackson, commercial loan officer, and Andrew Taunton, commercial lender, on behalf of SunMark. SunMark worked with the CGTC Foundation to establish the Claybon J. Read More

August 9, 2019


First-Ever Scholarship at Georgia VECTR Center Awarded to Veteran

Warner Robins, Ga. – Adding financial resources for education to its one-stop-shop for veterans, the Georgia Veterans Education Career Transition Resource (VECTR) Center presented its first-ever scholarship last week to a former Army officer.
In a brief ceremony, the Center awarded the General Alfred G. Hansen Scholarship to James Harris, a Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) program student for his exhibition of leadership, academic achievement, and adherence to military core values.
“His instructor nominated Mr. Read More

September 17, 2018


CHSGa Establishes a New Scholarship Fund for Nursing Students at CGTC

Warner Robins, Ga. – The CHSGa Practical Nursing Scholarship is a new scholarship that became available this summer to students in the Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) program at Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) thanks to a fund created by CHSGa. CHSGa, a non-profit healthcare system, presented the College’s Foundation with a $6,000 check to provide scholarships to qualified students enrolled in the LPN program.
CHSGA established their Practical Nursing Scholarship in support of students in the diploma program in pursuit of entry-level careers. Read More

August 2, 2018


CGTC Foundation Announces Scholarship in Memory of Local Shooting Victim

Warner Robins, Ga. – The Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) Foundation recently announced a new scholarship fund named in honor of Parker Killian Moore, the 23-year-old Barberitos employee killed in a shooting on Watson Boulevard in January.
The Parker Killian Moore Memorial Scholarship (PKMMS) will be awarded to one deserving student who meets qualifications, which include, being a single parent, receiving little or no financial assistance, and acceptance into the Associate of Science in Nursing program at the College. Read More

June 20, 2018


CGTC Foundation Awards Inaugural Scholarship for Previously Incarcerated Citizens

Warner Robins, Ga. – Sometimes life requires a reset, and with that in mind, the Office of Re-entry Services, through the Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) Foundation, established and awarded earlier this month, its inaugural scholarship for a previously incarcerated citizen continuing their education.
The Re-entry Scholarship for Educational Transition (RESET) awards an actively enrolled student in good academic standing who have been previously incarcerated in a Georgia public or private corrections facility and has applied within two years of release. Read More

April 5, 2018