CTC Helps Restore, Replace Fencing Around Historic Cemetery

December 17, 2007 - What started out as a reported drunk driving accident in a stolen vehicle led to a great working relationship between Columbus Technical College and Historic Linwood Foundation, Inc. Some three years ago, a truck careened into a section of wrought iron fencing that surrounded … [read more..]


CTC Health Sciences Students Lend a Helping Hand to one of their Own

December 17, 2007 - Columbus Technical College Health Sciences students have pulled together to help one of their own after a catastrophic car accident landed her in the hospital. Students with the CTC chapter of the National Student Nurses' Association (NSNA) pooled their own resources to present … [read more..]


Graduation Speaker Addresses Importance of Character, Overcoming Obstacles

December 14, 2007 - When Kathelen Amos took the stage as the speaker for the Columbus Technical College graduating class last night, it wasn’t necessarily as a former Aflac, Inc. executive, nor did her remarks focus on her role as the co-chair of the College’s capital campaign. When she … [read more..]


Columbus Technical College Helps Charities with Their Website Needs

December 14, 2007 - It’s called the “Community Website Initiative”, or “CWI” and Columbus Technical College Web design students dove in to it head first. The Community Website Initiative offers charitable organizations the opportunity to have a Web site built by CTC … [read more..]


Medical Managers Group Awards $2,600 in Scholarships to Columbus Tech Students

December 12, 2007 - The West Central Georgia Medical Managers Association (WCGMMA) has awarded $2,600 in scholarship money to five Columbus Technical College students studying either Medical Assisting or Radiologic Technology. The scholarship winners are: Renee Martinez/Medical Assisting, Philip … [read more..]


CTC Dental Hygiene Students Teach Young People About Tobacco Dangers

When asked by the Tidwell Cancer Foundation, Inc. if they could help teach Elementary school students about the dangers of tobacco, all 13 Columbus Technical College Dental Hygiene students immediately jumped at the opportunity. Two groups of CTC students (one group of six and one of seven) … [read more..]


Entrepreneur, Former Councilman Makes History with Largest Campaign Commitment to Date

December 5, 2007 - Columbus Technical College President J. Robert “Bob” Jones announced today a major commitment from local businessman Dr. Robert L. Wright, as a part of the college’s capital campaign, Tomorrow’s Workforce… Today! The gift, which is comprised of a pledge of over a million dollars … [read more..]


Columbus Youth Named 2008 National Child Representative

Congratulations, Scottie! Did you know that 8-year-old Scottie Gaither (son of our own Barbara Gaither) has been named the 2008 National Child Representative for Easter Seals?! Scottie and the Gaither crew were treated to a trip to Washington, D.C. in October for his official coronation. When … [read more..]

Columbus Technical College Graduates Ace Exams

November 20, 2007 - Recent graduates of the School of Professional and Technical Services passed certification exams with flying colors: Summer Quarter 2007, the Cosmetology program had 6 graduates and 100% passing rate for the The National-Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology, … [read more..]


Students help make God Bless Fort Benning Headquarters a Reality

Columbus Technical College cabinetmaking students, led by instructor Gordon Unrein, helped make the God Bless Fort Benning (GBFB) headquarters a reality. The students built cabinets, counters and wall dividers for the headquarters. The GBFB office will serve military personnel and their … [read more..]