SRTC Foundation Awards First Bob “Hutch” Hutchison Memorial Scholarship to Boys and Girls Club Recipient

On January 26th, 2016 Southern Regional Technical College, the Thomasville Community, and the entire state of Georgia, lost a truly gifted leader and friend. For more than 12 years Bob “Hutch” Hutchison selflessly gave his time and resources to the SRTC Foundation serving as Chairman of the Board of Trustees for more than nine years. Hutch also served as the Chairman of the Board for the Technical College Foundation Association and was recognized as the 2014 Volunteer of the Year for...



SRTC Honors Top Students and Faculty at January Awards Ceremony

Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) honored its finalists and the respective institutional winners of the 2017 Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership (GOAL), the Exceptional Adult Georgian in Literacy Education (EAGLE), and the Rick Perkins Award for Excellence in Technical Education on January 24 at the Southwest Georgia Bank Conference Center in Moultrie, GA. "The annual awards luncheon is an opportunity for us to celebrate our college's ‘Best of the Best.’ We are very...



SRTC Practical Nursing Students Honored in Pinning Ceremony on Moultrie Campus

Bottom row from left to right: Ashley Ortega, Lakyn Davis, Jasmine McCloud, Angel Baker Middle row from left to right: Katorie Martin, Latasha Harden, Tarnesha Brown, Ruby Martinez Top row from left to right: Kayla Layfield, Rosalia Palomo, Lindsey Ponder On December 8th, Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) held a pinning ceremony where the most recent class of Practical Nursing (PN) students from the Moultrie campus was honored. The ceremony commemorates the students’...



ASN Students Honored in Pinning Ceremony at SRTC

Left to Right: Front Row: Hannah Hancock, Heather Southerland, Katie Owens, Haley Bates Second Row: Caitlin Blair, Adrianna Najar, Hope Shirley, Robin Mullins, Delilah Flowers Third Row: Justin Carroll, Nakeshia Durham, Keizzie Collins, Shelley Robinson, Alex Hobrat Fourth Row: Danielle McDonald, Sonya Brown, Kristian Mercer, Nicole Lawrence, Krystal Twyman, Karlie Bozeman Fifth Row: Brook Daws, Ashley Anderson, Courtney Pearson Sixth Row: Cienda James, James Williams, Kalisha Martin,...



Georgia Power Makes Donation to SRTC Foundation

Pictured (Left to Right): Zachary Taylor, SRTC President Dr. Craig Wentworth, Don Hutchinson, and SRTC VP of Advancement Amy Maison The Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) Foundation recently received a generous donation from Georgia Power. Georgia Power proudly supports educational initiatives throughout the state by offering educational grants, plant tours, educational resources, and financial support to local schools and colleges. Recently, Georgia Power’s Zachary Taylor and...



National Technical Honor Society Inducts New Members in Thomasville

From left to right: Bottom: Attya Jones, Sarah Fender, Kenly Milam Middle: Sarah Green, Cassie Stalvey, Shannon Bell, Sheila Herendeen Top: Nikki Sutton, Eric Mitchell, James Butts The Thomasville chapter of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) at Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) recently inducted 10 new members into the organization. The 2016 Spring NTHS inductees are Attya Jones of Camilla, Sarah Fender of Valdosta, Kenly Milam of Pavo, Sarah Green of Cairo,...



SRTC-Moultrie Medical Assisting Students Recognized at Pinning Ceremony

Pictured left to right: MA Instructor Jill Burnette, Patricia Key, Kaylyn Huite, Lauren Smith, Catyona Chapman Four students were recently recognized at a Medical Assisting pinning ceremony held at Southern Regional Technical College’s (SRTC) Moultrie location. These students completed one semester of prerequisite coursework as well as multiple semesters of rigorous occupational coursework, including a series of clinical rotations at local medical offices. Patricia Key, Kaylyn...



Respiratory Care Students Pinned in December Ceremony

In photo (left to right): Jeffery Cole Stanaland, Jaclyn Jones, Ronald Woodworth, Pamela Henry, Shanesia Simmons, Samyia Jackson, Cassie Stalvey, Midale Clay, Chris Hopper Nine students were recognized during the December 1st Respiratory Care pinning ceremony held at Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) in Thomasville. These students completed two semesters of prerequisite coursework as well as four semesters of rigorous occupational coursework including a series of clinical...



SRTC Rad Tech Students Honored Award Ceremony

Pictured left to right: Brandi N. Coy, Lauren Ryshouwer, LeighAnne Trawick, Makayla Boles, Brittany Johnson, and Matthew Goodlett On Tuesday, November 29th, Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) honored its Radiologic Technology students in an award ceremony. Six students were recognized at the awards ceremony and received pins to mark the completion of their program requirements: Brandi Coy of Cairo, Lauren Ryshouwer of Monticello, Makayla Boles of Boston, Brittany Johnson of...



NTHS-Moultrie Inducts New Members

From left to right: Bottom – Kimberly Wright, Jessica Thompson, Kieria Knight Middle: Crystal Owen, Ashley Haynes Top: Brandon Hall, Richard Holifield The Moultrie chapter of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) at Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) recently inducted 7 new members into the organization. The 2016 Spring NTHS inductees are Brandon Hall, Crystal Owen, Kimberly Wright, Jessica Thompson, Richard Holifield, Ashley Haynes, and Keiria Knight. As a...



Move On When Ready Program Provides the Foundation for One Student’s Career

Much like the majority of 16 year-old juniors at Colquitt County High School (CCHS), Autumn Boyd had not given much thought where she wanted to be 10 years down the road. She did know, however, that her plans would include college in some capacity. Fortunately for her, CCHS had established a partnership with Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) that allowed Move On When Ready (MOWR) students (formerly dual enrollment) to explore a variety of career training options for free prior to...



Technical and Industrial Programs Continue to Provide Incredible Higher Ed Value

For many years there has been an assumption that in order to procure a substantial salary in the workforce you were required to hold a minimum of a baccalaureate degree. While that sentiment may hold true for some industries and professions, it simply is not the case for all professions. The Technical College System of Georgia institutions provides career training for many of the most in-demand fields that offer wages well above the national average for all professions. Thanks to the...