SRTC Participates in Georgia Spring Leadership Conference and Competitions

The Georgia State Collegiate chapter of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), along with the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) and Georgia Student Government Association (GSGA) partnered to host the Georgia Spring Leadership Conference and Competitions in Atlanta this past weekend. Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) was represented by 21 students and advisors. Competitions and state officer presentations were hosted throughout the next two days as the conference...



SRTC Appoints New Board Member Brad Barber

Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) President Jim Glass is pleased to announce the addition of Brad E Barber of Bainbridge and Decatur County to the SRTC Board of Directors. Barber was sworn in during the April 10 Board of Directors meeting at SRTC-Moultrie and will serve SRTC for a term of 3 years. Barber has over 31 years of experience in banking. He began his career as a drive-through teller at the former C&S Bank in Athens, Georgia, and has worked in numerous areas of the bank...



SRTC Medical Laboratory Technology Graduates Honored in Pinning Ceremony

Southern Regional Technical College’s (SRTC) Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT) program held a pinning ceremony on Wednesday, April 10, marking the completion of the program for 15 students. Each student graduated with an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Medical Laboratory Technology from SRTC. The graduates include Alexis Adkins of Perry, Montoya Barnes of Boston, Christina Brown of Pelham, Ricky Carter of Thomasville, Galilea Cervantes of Cairo, Kimberly Cochran of Tifton,...



Katrina Jones: Never Too Late

Katrina Jones, a custodian and student at Southern Regional Technical College in Thomasville, embodies the values of SRTC – honesty, integrity, and excellence. Her journey, from student and custodian to business owner, highlights the power of education and support found within the SRTC community. Katrina’s connection to SRTC runs deep. Graduating with her Certified Nursing Assistant certification from the college in 1996, she laid the groundwork for her career in caregiving. Little...



Rhea Brashear Named Technical College System of Georgia Outstanding Adult Education Teacher of the Year

Rhea Brashear, an instructor in the Adult Education program at Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC), has been awarded the title of 2024 Outstanding Adult Education Teacher of the Year by the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG). This recognition celebrates Brashear’s outstanding dedication, innovation, and impact in the field of adult education. TCSG Commissioner Greg Dozier presented Brashear with the Adult Education Teacher of the Year and a check for $2,500 during a...



Local High School Students Compete in Welding Competition Sponsored by Southern Regional Technical College, Jones Welding, and Lincoln Electric

Local high school students competed in a welding competition on Friday, March 22, 2024, hosted by Southern Regional Technical College and Colquitt County High School and sponsored by Darvin Flowers of Jones Welding and Steve Mattson of Lincoln Electric. 52 students participated in the competition in Moultrie to compete against each other for a chance to win the grand prize of a 140 amp GMAW welding machine, a Lincoln welding hood, welding jacket, welding gloves, welding cap, a bag for...



SRTC's EMT Students Sign Apprenticeship Agreements with Thomas County Emergency Services

In a significant milestone for both education and workforce development, Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) proudly announces the achievement of its Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) students who signed apprenticeship agreements with Thomas County Emergency Services on March 11, 2024. This is the first cohort of the Street to Station Program, which aims to train fire medics or individuals who are cross-trained in both fire rescue and emergency medical services. The...



SRTC Inducts New Members into National Technical Honor Society

On the evening of March 11, 2024, the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) at Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) inducted 25 new members into the organization. The formal ceremony was held at SRTC-Thomasville. The 2024 Spring NTHS inductees included Ivy Hill of Attapulgus, Heather Marshall of Whigham, Jenni Hernandez of Moultrie, Samaria Crumpton of Valdosta, Shunquanettha Williams of Thomasville, Catherine Porter of Moultrie, Tristan Blair of Bainbridge, Patricia Garcia of...



SRTC SkillsUSA Members Excel at State Competition

Career and technical education students from Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) recently competed at the 2024 SkillsUSA State Leadership and Skills Conference, bringing home 11 medals. More than 9,000 student competitors, advisors, instructors, and industry professionals attended the conference and its skills competitions, held in Atlanta February 22 -24 at the Georgia World Congress Center. The annual event hosts more than 100 different hands-on technical trade,...



Southern Regional Technical College Names Mary Beth Watson Vice President of Human Resources

Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) President Jim Glass recently announced that Mary Beth Watson, SHRM CP has accepted the role of Vice President of Human Resources for the college. While continuing her leadership of SRTC’s Human Resources department, Watson will also become responsible for the college’s Campus Police and Facilities departments. Watson began her career in K-12 classrooms but soon transitioned to higher education, serving the former Moultrie Technical College in...



Welcome to Spring Semester 2024!

Here are some dates to keep in mind: Classes begin January 9. If you have not registered for your classes, final registration is on January 8. Financial aid will be available in our bookstores January 4 - January 22. Skip the lines by ordering your books online here! If you are a new student this semester, be sure to complete your 2023-2024 FAFSA SRTC’s school code is 005615 for all campuses. Get a jump on your summer SRTC Foundation scholarships by applying when they...



Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Luis Marin Guillent

Eight years ago, Dr. Luis Marin Guillent moved to the United States of America from Venezuela speaking no English. He had studied to become a physician at one of the most prestigious universities in Venezuela, graduating in the top 20% of his class at the University of Carabobo. He was a practicing physician when he had to leave Venezuela, but because he did not speak, read, or write in English, he could not take the board exams to practice medicine in the USA. So, he spent several years...