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WLHS Students Start College Early at OFTC

WLHS Students Start College Early at OFTC

Top row (L to R):  Jarvis Burnett - senior, Mobile Electronics, Candis Childs - senior, Cosmetology, Nicole Jones - senior, Cosmetology, Merideth McCoy - senior, Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welding, Nugyet Taylor - junior, Criminal Justice Technology, Joshua Long - junior - Machine Tool Technology

Stewart Receives OFTC Foundation's Allied Health Scholarship

Stewart Receives OFTC Foundation's Allied Health Scholarship

Danielle Stewart of Cadwell has been awarded the OFTC Foundation-South, Inc.'s Allied Health Scholarship for fall semester.  Danielle is enrolled in the Radiologic Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree program.

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.   

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 Holds Fall 2013 Commencement Ceremony

OFTC Holds Fall 2013 Commencement Ceremony

SANDERSVILLE, GA - Oconee Fall Technical College (OFTC) held its fall commencement ceremony on Thursday, October 24, 2013 at its North Campus in Sandersville for students completing their associate of applied science degree, diploma or technical certificate of credit during the 2013 calendar year.

This was the College's first ceremony in its newest addition, the Ben J. Tarbutton, Jr. Business Development Center.

Keynote speaker and Representative Mack Jackson, Georgia House District 128, addressed the graduating class at OFTC.

Of the 137 students who completed an associated of applied science degree, diploma or technical certificate at OFTC during the 2013 summer semester, 42 participated in commencement. 41 of all the graduates were honor graduates.

Graduates attended classes online or at one OFTC’s campuses in Sandersville, Dublin, Louisville, Helena or Eastman.

OFTC Celebrates National Pharmacy Week

OFTC Celebrates National Pharmacy Week

DUBLIN, GA - Amanda Stokes, a 2011 Pharmacy Technology graduate from Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC) and employee of Fairview Park Hospital Pharmacy, spoke to the College's Pharmacy Technology Class of 2014 at a luncheon on Tuesday, October 22, 2013, in recognition of National Pharmacy Technician Day during National Pharmacy Week.

The luncheon was held at the College's South Campus in Dublin and was sponsored by the OFTC Foundation - South from contributions by Gayco Healthcare Pharmacy in Dublin. Representatives from Gayco and OFTC attended the event.

Laurens Co. Principal Receives National Award

Northwest Laurens Elementary School's Principal earned national recognition for "superior contributions" to the school and community.

According to a release, Amy Duke of Dudley, Ga. was one of 61 principals nationwide selected for the 2013 National Distinguished Principals award by the National Association of Elementary School Principals.

She'll be honored at a banquet at the Capital Hilton Hotel in Washington D.C.

WCHS Students Start College Early at OFTC

WCHS Students Start College Early at OFTC

DUBLIN, GA -- Four students from Wilkinson County High School are making the most of their time in high school with Oconee Fall Line Technical College’s (OFTC) dual enrollment program – earning both high school and college credit at the same time. They are wearing their new "I Started College Early at OFTC" t-shirts provided by OFTC's Student Government Association.

MGSC Yard Sale to Benefit Special Olympics

MGSC Yard Sale to Benefit Special Olympics
The Dublin Campus SGA is hosting a Community Yard Sale from 7 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, to help out the local Special Olympics program.
 
The yard sale - to be held on the Dublin Campus of Middle Georgia State College - is to raise funds for the joint Special Olympics program of the Dublin City and Laurens County school systems. Anybody who wants to sell items at the event will pay $10 for each booth space he or she rents. All booth fees will go to the Dublin-Laurens County Special Olympics. Sellers keep any money they make.
 
“We appreciate the opportunity that the college has given us to raise funds for our program," said Jennifer Claxton, director of Student Support Services for Dublin City schools. "This event will also help send our student athletes to the state games in Atlanta.”
 
To register for one or more yard sale booths, contact Scotty Rainwater at srainwater@mgc.edu.