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Columbus Technical College's 2014 EAGLE winner, Carrie Freeman

Adult Ed Student of the Year Competed at State level

Columbus Technical College's EAGLE (Exceptional Adult Georgian in Literacy Education) winner Carrie Freeman has seen her share of big life changes over the last year or so. And when she realized that without a GED (General Equivalency Diploma), she couldn't find work, she  set out to get her … [read more..]

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SkillsUSA Team Earns 17 Medals at State; Gets Ready for Nationals

CONGRATULATIONS to our SkillsUSA Team! The hard work from these students and their faculty advisors netted Columbus Technical College seven (7) Gold medals, six (6) Silver, and four (4) Bronze at the statewide competition in Atlanta March 13-15th. Our school advisor, John Lipham was even named the … [read more..]

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CTC Welcomes Newest Board Member

Columbus Technical College is pleased to welcome its newest Local Board Member, representing Harris County, Pine Mountain Mayor Jim Trott. The nomination of Mayor Trott was unanimously approved by the Board of Trustees on February 6, 2014. Jim Trott is a retired educator, with much of his … [read more..]

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Academic Advisement Week Mar. 10-13

In order to help get our current students on the best possible track toward graduation and future success, Columbus Technical College has implemented a week dedicated to one-on-one time for students to meet with their program advisors. This will help get courses lined up in time for summer … [read more..]

Columbus Technical College dental hygiene students apply dental sealants for a Fox Elementary student.

Local Elementary Students Get Free Dental Treatment

Eight area elementary school students have healthier teeth thanks to the students, faculty, and assisting dentists with Columbus Technical College's dental hygiene program. Several 2nd and 3rd graders from Fox Elementary School on 38th Street in Columbus were given a free assessment last week by … [read more..]

From interviewing to dressing for success, CTC and its community partners are here to help you succeed!

HIRE ME! Week

 Monday, Feb. 10 Career Services One-on-One and Q&A CTC’s Career Placement Experts will be on hand to talk about career opportunities and services available at the College aimed at helping you succeed. There will also be a raffle drawing for prizes at each session! 9AM-12PM - Smith Student … [read more..]

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CTC Honors GA’s Manufacturers with K-12 Art Contest

As the 2014 Georgia legislative session gets underway, an important talking point is the importance of continuing to support and build a strong manufacturing industry for the Peach State. Part of bringing awareness to that effort involves a special contest for children through their artistic visions … [read more..]

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Ceremony Celebrates Hard Work by Nurse Aide Students

To recognize the hard work of their students this past semester, faculty of Columbus Technical College's nurse aide program recently hosted a special party. About 70 students total were the guests of honor. Along with the traditional college students, there were  dually-enrolled students from Harris … [read more..]

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Recent Nursing School Grad also Scholarship Winner

Newly-named Klayder Scholar Kelly Palizay wants to change the world; as a recent graduate of the Columbus Technical College Associate Degree in Nursing program and $500 scholarship winner, she’s well on her way. In her application essay for the Paul A. and Velma Urquhart Klayder, Jr. Nursing … [read more..]

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CTC Announces Students and Instructor of the Year for 2014

The students and faculty of Columbus Technical College are the best around but on occasion a few of them will rise above the rest. That was the case Thursday as the winners for the annual GOAL (Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership), Rick Perkins/Tim Justice Faculty Award, and the college’s first … [read more..]