Columbus Technical College is going green. Students involved in the SkillsUSA program (a national vocational-technical education advocacy organization) are spearheading a campus-wide recycling effort. A kick-off event was held on April 10th from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM in the Student Center of Patrick … [read more..]
Radiologic Technology students from Columbus Technical College did their home school proud at a recent competition in Atlanta. Radiology students from across the country competed in a Student Bee contest held during the Atlanta Society of Radiologic Technologists/Educators Seminar March 1-4, 2008. … [read more..]
April 1, 2008 - Stacie Kimbell, a Legal Office Specialist student, is the winner of the 2008 GOAL (Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership) competition for Columbus Technical College. The results were announced at a ceremony at the Green Island Country Club on April 1, 2008, during a lunchtime … [read more..]
Columbus Technical College was in the news recently as Georgia's workforce training program received a grant from the Department of Labor.
Ellen Harvill, Director of Professional Development, shared information with WRBL about the WorkKeys test and the Georgia Work Ready … [read more..]
On March 25, 2008, Columbus Technical College held its third Dual Enrollment Academy Night, in partnership with the Muscogee County School District. This event was held for Muscogee County high school juniors and their parents to teach them about the many benefits of Dual Enrollment. About 30 … [read more..]
Columbus Technical College's Director of Creative Services, Scott Gossard, and Audio-Visual Technologist, Chris Graves, were honored by the 1st Battalion, 15th Infantry Regiment on March 17, 2008. Scott and Chris volunteered their time in December to videotape messages from family members of the … [read more..]
February 12, 2008: Members of the Columbus Legislative Delegation take a break from the 2008 Session to honor the 2008 National Youth Representative for Easter Seals, Scottie Gaither. Scottie is the son of Columbus Technical College's Health Sciences Coordinator Barbara Gaither. Pictured are … [read more..]
"Use less and produce more" is a way to fight rising fuel costs, according to Mr. Tim Justice, Dean of the School of Applied Business.
Mr. Tim Justice, a long-time Economics instructor, was interviewed recently by WRBL reporter Kelly O'Connell. You can view a transcript and video of the interview … [read more..]
Updated March 11 , 2008 - The first phase of the Autism Hope Center in Columbus is finally a reality. About 30 community members were on hand at the Open House for the Autism Hope Center Thursday at Columbus Technical College. After a brief program and some words of thanks, the guests and the media … [read more..]
March 6, 2008 - Students in the Dental Assisting program at Columbus Technical College recently took the National Board exam. 100% of the students passed.
Dental Assisting Diploma program … [read more..]