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Winners of the first Faculty & Staff Development Grant through the CTC Foundation pose for the camera. Each person earned his or her share of more than $10,000 in grant money. Seated (left to right) are: Sherry Lifsey/Nursing Instructor and Angela Taylor/Accounts Receiveable Supervisor. Standing left to right are: Alicia Anderson/Chemistry Instructor, Mark Thorne/Assistant Dean of Health Sciences, Abigail Carter/Dean of Business, Melody Johnson/Computer Support Specialist Program Director, and Donna Emmons/Academic Advisement Center Coordinator.

CTC Foundation Grant Helps Make Dreams of Faculty, Staff Come True

The requests ranged from helping fund doctorates, masters, bachelors degrees, and beyond. Thanks to Columbus Technical College Foundation's donors, seven Columbus Tech faculty and staff members will be able to use more than ten thousand dollars to help them realize their dreams. The money is being … [read more..]

Students and faculty from Columbus Tech's carpentry, cabinet-making, and welding programs pose by their special holiday project. Pictured left to right are: Ricky Kopec/Welding, Daniel Cooper/Welding Instructor, James Jones/Carpentry, Ronnie McBride/Welding Program Director, Gordon Unrein/Carpentry & Cabinetmaking Program Director, David Whitten/Carpentry Instructor, Gary Hartley/Cabinetmaking Instructor, Thomas Smith/Welding & Carpentry, DeMarcus Johnson/Cabinetmaking, Travis Johnson/Cabinetmaking, and Joseph Young. In the sleigh is Aaliyah Cooper, daughter of Daniel Cooper.

Carpentry, Cabinetmaking, Welding Students Build Holiday Cheer

There's already been a Santa sleigh sighting in our area! That's because students and faculty from Columbus Technical College's carpentry, cabinetmaking, and welding programs took it upon themselves to build some holiday cheer in the form of a life size sleigh and reindeer. If you drive by the … [read more..]

CTC nursing student Jordan Joiner shows off his certificate naming him the winner of the Klayder scholarship. Also pictured is Columbus Technical College Director of Institutional Advancement, Gloria Dodds.

Klayder Nursing Scholar Looks Forward to Working in ICU

It's a big week for Columbus Technical College senior Jordan Joiner. Not only will he be graduating with an associate degree in nursing on Thursday, but he will also be starting his new life with an extra $500 in his bank account. That's because Joiner was named the winner of the Paul A. Klayder, … [read more..]

Cynthia Jenkins is graduating with two TCC's from Columbus Technical College. Just a few years ago, she was battling addiction and living on the streets.

Former Addict Overcomes Odds to Graduate from CTC

Cynthia Jenkins’ story reads like a movie script about a scrappy woman who overcomes insurmountable odds. But her story is real. The smile radiating from this 51-year-old always shines bright. But as she's walking across the Trade Center stage at Columbus Technical College's graduation ceremony this … [read more..]

Organizers for the Holiday Mail for Heroes postcard drive pose with the 900 or so cards signed by Columbus Tech faculty, staff, and students. Left to right are: Alicia Anderson/Chemistry Instructor, Amy Fenech Sandy/Dean of Sciences, and Carl Sandy/Surgical Technology Program Director.

CTC Sends Nearly 1,000 Cards to Hospitalized Soldiers

When Columbus Technical College chemistry instructor Alicia Anderson saw a story online about Georgia State University collecting 2,000 postcards to deliver to soldiers wounded in action, she thought "we can do that!" So she set the idea in motion. In just a few short days, Columbus Tech designed … [read more..]

Grainger scholarship winners

Grainger Foundation Scholarship Helps Four CTC Students

Four students enrolled in the automotive technology, HVAC (heating, ventilation, air-conditioning), and welding programs at Columbus Tech have an additional 625 dollars to help pay for college. The money is part of a scholarship donated by the Grainger Foundation to Columbus Technical College  in … [read more..]

CTC respiratory care students were treated to a first-hand look at an Air Evac helicopter.

With Healthcare Careers, the Sky’s the Limit

Columbus Technical College respiratory care technology got a special treat Wednesday when a medical helicopter made its way to their back door. In an effort to teach his students about the virtually countless areas where healthcare professionals may be employed, Program Director Matt Dennis called … [read more..]

Oct. 31, 2012: The "CTC Cheerleaders" led faculty and staff in a fun pep rally to get the ATD process really jump-started!

CTC + ATD = Track 2 Success!

Columbus Technical College (CTC) is now an official Achieving The Dream institution. Achieving The Dream (ATD) is a national non-profit organization dedicated to helping more community college students, particularly low-income students and students of color, stay in school and earn a college … [read more..]

Dental hygiene student Cheyenne Forbes shows off a certificate naming her the winner of the 2012 Emile T. Fisher Scholarship. With her is Gloria Dodds, the director of institutional advancement for Columbus Tech.

Dental Scholarship Means VERY Happy B’day for CTC Student/Mom

Columbus Technical College dental hygiene student Cheyenne Forbes celebrated her birthday in grand fashion on September 19. That's because late that afternoon, her name was called as the winner of the 2012 Emile T. Fisher Dental Scholarship. This additional $400 will be a welcomed addition to her … [read more..]

Campaign Director for the Columbus Technical College Foundation, Buddy Merrill (center) poses with winners of the 2012 Aranas Scholarship. Left to right are: Barry Grissett, Brittaney Carter, Merrill, Felisha Brown, and Michael Sandak.

Scholarship Named for Late Radiologist Helps Four Students

A scholarship honoring a late radiologist is helping secure the success of current students studying radiologic technology. The Aranas Scholarship is named after Columbus radiologist, Dr. Fred Aranas. Dr. Aranas died in a car accident in the late 1980's but the scholarship ensures his memory has … [read more..]