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OFTC Commercial Truck Driving Program Receives Safety Cameras

OFTC Commercial Truck Driving Program Receives Safety Cameras

The Commercial Truck Driving Program at Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC) is the recipient of six (6) Blind Spot Cameras which were donated in memory of Paul Edward Irvin and George Dewey Irvin, Jr.

 

A fund was established through the OFTC Foundation-South, Inc. by the family of the two individuals. The funds donated by family and friends were designated to the Trades and Industrial /Transportation Department. The cameras provide a safety feature to student drivers as they become trained in the Commercial Truck Driving program at OFTC.

 

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OFTC's Bankhead receives material scholarship

OFTC's Bankhead receives material scholarship

Jenetta Marie Bankhead, a student in the Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) Associate of Applied Science degree at Oconee Fall Line Technical College’s South Campus, is the recipient of materials which were donated to the OFTC Foundation-South, Inc.

 

Cecilia Adamson, a former daycare owner, donated several items to be awarded to deserving ECCE students. Through a competitive scholarship application, Jenetta was chosen to receive the resources which will assist her as she completes her program of study and enters the workforce.

 
For information on making an in-kind donation to the OFTC Foundation-South, Inc., please contact Jenny Shuman at jshuman@oftc.edu or 478-296-6117. The OFTC Foundation-South, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization whose mission is to provide resources for the students, faculty, and staff at Oconee Fall Line Technical College.

OFTC student receives Allied Health Scholarship

OFTC student receives Allied Health Scholarship

Nicki Arrington of East Dublin has been awarded the Allied Health Scholarship for fall semester by the OFTC Foundation - South, Inc.

The scholarship was established to aid students who are enrolled in a diploma or degree program in one of the Allied Health fields at Oconee Fall Line Technical College’s South Campus in Dublin. Nicki is enrolled in the Practical Nursing Diploma.

Scholarships create opportunities to change lives. Those interested in establishing a scholarship or donating to an existing scholarship, please contact Jenny Shuman at jshuman@oftc.edu or 478-296-6117. The OFTC Foundation-South, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

OFTC Hosted College PROBE Fair

OFTC Hosted College PROBE Fair

Dublin, GA - Oconee Fall Line Technical College hosted a Fall 2014 PROBE College Fair at the Porter Center on Wednesday, October 1st, giving high school students and parents the chance to explore a wide range of college options under one roof.

Sponsored by the Georgia Education Articulation Committee (GEAC), PROBE is an annual organized college fair tour. The nine-week fall tour consists of 58 college fairs held at various schools and venues across the state of Georgia.

"We enjoyed hosting area students and their families," said OFTC Director of Admissions Raydor Coneway. "Attending a PROBE College Fair is a great way to learn about a wide range of college choices at one time and personally visit with admissions representatives, ask questions and find a college that best matches your educational goals and needs."

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Military Times Announces the 36 Best for Vets: Career & Technical Colleges

Military Times Announces the 36 Best for Vets: Career & Technical Colleges
Selection focuses on financial discounts and corporate policies related to vets


SPRINGFIELD, VA – Military Times today announced its Best for Vets: Career & Technical Colleges 2015 rankings.

The organization comprising Army Times, Navy Times, Air Force Times and Marine Corps Times focused on benefits coverage, support services and widely available statistical measures when conducting and scoring the Best for Vets: Career & Technical Colleges survey, a highly respected, nearly 110-question analysis of a college’s efforts to provide veterans an environment for success.

As with all Best for Vets rankings, Best for Vets: Career & Technical Colleges is an editorially independent news project that evaluates the many factors that make an organization a good fit for military veterans and families.

Top 12 Reasons to Visit Dublin This Weekend

Top 12 Reasons to Visit Dublin This Weekend

1.  Sponsored by Dublin Civitan Club, the Dublin Fall Fair is three days of family fun lasting from October 8th to October 11th from 6 pm-10 pm. Stroll the bright lights of the carnival midway with fun games and exciting rides like Viper, Wipe Out, Drop Tower, Fireball, and lots of kiddie rides. Sample carnival food favorites like funnel cakes, corn dogs, and fried candy bars! Put a smile on their face by purchasing a wristband on Saturday for unlimited rides and unlimited fun! Admission is $3, and the fairgrounds are located at 2503 Hwy 257. For more information call 478-277-3600, or visit www.VisitDublinGA.com.

Top 10 Reasons to Visit Dublin This Weekend

Top 10 Reasons to Visit Dublin This Weekend

1.       Put a little fright in your night as Haunted Montrose lures you in for a scare and fills your dreams with nightmares. A fear you have never experienced waits, and with every step, reaches further into your mind, building terror. Haunted Montrose is open Friday and Saturday at select times through November 2nd and is located at 1702 2nd Street in Montrose. For hours and tickets, visit www.hauntedmontrose.com.

2.       Stay a cut above at J. Keyton Salon & Spa now located in the historic Fred Roberts Hotel at the Bicentennial Plaza next to Theatre Dublin at 306 Academy Avenue Suite B. Dublin’s only retailer of Aveda products, J. Keyton Salon & Spa offers cuts, color, and spa services. For more information call 478-272-9697.