OFTC South Foundation Hosts Annual TOOLS Program | News
The OFTC Foundation-South, Inc. awarded tools to 17 Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC) students at its TOOLS (Tools for Outstanding Occupational Leadership Students) program ceremony. During the 16th annual program held at the DuBose Porter Center, presenters shared the students’ inspiring stories of succeeding in the face of adversity and challenges.
“The students receiving the awards are a prime example of how OFTC provides the education for workforce development in the communities we serve,” said Dr. Lloyd Horadan, OFTC President.
The TOOLS Program is sponsored by the OFTC South Foundation, the Louie & Evelyn Livingston Family Foundation, and Morris Bank. The wide variety of essential tools, from stethoscopes, toolboxes to daycare items will help the following students to get a jump-start on their careers.
Cala Alligood, Radiologic Technology (Rentz)
Crystal Daniel, Medical Assisting (McRae-Helena)
Wesley Foskey, Machine Tool Technology (Adrian)
Rhonda Gatlin, Practical Nursing (Eastman)
Ben Hefton, Diesel Technology (McRae-Helena)
Mary Grace Kennedy, Radiologic Technology (Rentz)
Johnathan McIlrath, Welding and Joining Technology (Dublin)
Callie McLendon, Electronics Technology (Adrian)
Chris Newsome, Automotive Technology (East Dublin)
Lacey Phillips, Cosmetology (Soperton)
Tawanda Phillips, Early Childhood Care and Education (Soperton)
Taharqa Smith, Electronics Technology (Dublin)
Taylor Smith, Diesel Technology (Milan)
Shemar Steward, Air Conditioning Technology (Wrightsville)
Brook Usry, Cosmetology (Sandersville)
Jhirmany Walker, Medical Assisting (Eastman)
Thomas Whiggum, Air Conditioning Technology (Eastman)