SRTC Clinical Lab Technology Program Honors Students

Pictured Left to Right: CLT Clinical Coordinator Coleen Felias, Evelyn Esquivel, Kamaya Jackson, Jessica Gulsby, Letitia Owens, and CLT Program Chair Georgia Smith Southern Regional Technical College’s (SRTC) Clinical Laboratory Technology (CLT) Program held a pinning ceremony on May 30th, marking the completion of the program for five students: Evelyn Esquivel-Carvajal of Moultrie, Jessica LeAnne Gulsby of Tallahassee, Kamaya Jackson of Valdosta, Letitia Janaye Owens of Tallahassee,...



Under the Microscope: Two Laboratory Technicians, Two Career Paths

The mission statement of the Clinical Laboratory Technology at Southern Regional Technical College begins, “The purpose of the Clinical Laboratory Technology, Associate of Applied Science Degree program is to teach students how to perform clinical laboratory procedures under the supervision of a qualified pathologist and/or clinical laboratory scientist.” For two recent SRTC CLT program alumni, however, the CLT program has also served as a catalyst for ambitions above and beyond their...



SRTC Clinical Lab Technology Program Honors Students

Pictured Left to Right - First Row: Pepperann Pittman, Tina Everett, Pamela Pilcher, and CLT Clinical Coordinator Kimberly Moye Second Row: CLT Program Director Vickie Smith, Erin Rich, Sara Fender, Nikki Sutton, and Telissa Benton Southern Regional Technical College’s (SRTC) Clinical Laboratory Technology (CLT) Program held a pinning ceremony on April 26th, marking the completion of the program for seven students: Telissa Benton of Pelham, Tina Everett of Thomasville, Sara Fender...



SRTC Clinical Lab Tech Program Pins Students

Pictured Left to Right - First Row: CLT Clinical Coordinator Kimberly Moye, Kaitlin Conner, Jodi Wilson, Kenna Flannigan, Barbara Dailey, Meloney East-Garrett, CLT Program Director Vickie Smith Second Row: Jason Hall, Malcolm Williams Southern Regional Technical College’s (SRTC) Clinical Laboratory Technology (CLT) Program held a pinning ceremony on April 20th, marking the completion of the program for seven students: Kaitlin Conner, Jodi Wilson, Kenna Flannigan, Barbara...