OFTC students receive Horadan Scholarship | Schools
Four (4) Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC) Early Child Care/Education students at the college's Dublin campus have been awarded the Horadan Scholarship offered through the OFTC Foundation - South, Inc.
The OFTC students who received the scholarships are Virginia Pierce of Dublin, Gloria E. Steen of Dublin, Christine Tarpley of Glenwood, and Donetrius Whipple of Dublin.
Dr. Lloyd Horadan, president of Oconee Fall Line Technical College, established the scholarship in memory of his mother, Joyce Horadan, who was a life-long educator. Eligible students must be enrolled in the Early Childhood Care/Education associate of applied science degree, must have successfully completed 12 credit hours, and have a minimum grade point average of 2.5.
“The students receiving the scholarship love children and are dependable, productive, and excellent role models," said OFTC Early Childhood Care/Education instructor Gail Clark. "The Horadan family is very generous to offer this scholarship to assist students looking to make a career in the early childhood education field.”
For more information on the Horadan Scholarship or to make a contribution, contact Jenny Shuman at email@example.com or 478-296-6117. The OFTC Foundation- South, Inc. is a 501(c)3 organization.