Warner Robins, Ga. – It has been a rewarding Spring for one Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) member at Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC).
Julian Epps, a student in the Business Management program, competed in the “Foundations on Finance” category earning a second-place finish, and also in the “Job Interview” category earning fourth place.
Joined by advisors, Courtney Watkins and Sydney Hall, he earned the award at the FBLA State Leadership Conference in Atlanta in April. Read More
Warner Robins, Ga. – The Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) SkillsUSA Chapter recently earned recognition as a Level One Quality Chapter from the national organization’s Chapter Excellence Program (CEP).
The award recognizes the CGTC Chapter’s commitment to a yearly plan of activities, scheduled meetings, and involvement in framework components of the organization.
CGTC Chapter advisor, Melissa Williams, said, “Receiving this award is a great accomplishment for our students, advisors, and college by showing that the CGTC chapter of SkillsUSA fosters personal and workplace skill development, Read More
Warner Robins, Ga. – DKMS, an international nonprofit organization dedicated to the fight against blood cancer and disorders, recently announced Central Georgia Technical College’s (CGTC) Nursing Division students as one of only six student groups nationwide to earn a $1,300 grant for their involvement in hosting a donor drive.
The nursing students, inspired by the donor story of their own instructor, Ashley Rivers, took on the challenge in March to register over 260 donors for DKMS, Read More
Warner Robins, Ga. – Members of the SkillsUSA student organization at Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) recently brought home their first gold medal in the Chapter Display category of the SkillsUSA Nationals competition.
Thomas Butler, Alison Crumb, and QaNeshia Mays earned gold by building a three-dimensional display that articulates the annual theme for the organization’s national competition, “Champions at Work, Job Ready Day One,” held in Louisville, Ky.
The team built an intricate, rotating, octagonal, three-dimensional model with two computer monitors. Read More