SRTC Seeking Entries for Student Art Contest

In April, Georgia celebrates the importance of manufacturing in our state with a week’s worth of activities called Manufacturing Appreciation Week. It’s an annual event that recognizes the contribution of manufacturing to Georgia’s economy. An important part of this event is the Student Design Competition, which involves children and teens in the celebration and teaches them about manufacturing. Students from across Georgia are encouraged to submit artwork to their local technical...



Ochlocknee Fourth Grader, Railey Ramhofer, Wins Second Place in 2016 Student Design Contest

Atlanta, GA—April 2016: Railey Ramhofer, a fourth grader at Cross Creek Elementary School in Thomasville, had lunch with Gov. Nathan Deal on Thursday. Ramhofer won second place in the 2016 Manufacturing Appreciation Week (MAW) student design contest in the kindergarten through fifth grade category. She received a $300 scholarship check presented by Gov. Nathan Deal at the MAW awards luncheon held on April 21 at the Georgia International Convention Center in Atlanta. “I feel really...



SRTC Seeking Entries for Student Art Contest

In April, Georgia celebrates the importance of manufacturing in our state with a week’s worth of activities called Manufacturing Appreciation Week.  It’s an annual event that recognizes the contribution of manufacturing to Georgia’s economy.  An important part of this event is the Student Design Competition, which involves children and teens in the celebration and teaches them about manufacturing. Students from across Georgia are encouraged to submit artwork to their local...