How to Check SRTC Email Remotely

It is of vital importance that SRTC students, faculty, and staff know how to log into email remotely and check email regularly throughout the next few weeks. Important information and updates may be emailed to our college community as the international COVID-19 story continues to unfold. Students and instructors should communicate with one another via email if they have comments or concerns about any impacts that this event will have on the spring semester and beyond. Anyone with...



Southwest Georgia Certified Literate Communities Recognized

On March 10, 2020, two Southwest Georgia Certified Literate Communities were honored as Legacy Communities in celebration of the 30-year anniversary of the Certified Literate Community Program (CLCP). SWGA Regional and Tifton-Tift County CLCPs were each recognized for the work they have done over the past 30 years. The SWGA Regional CLC includes Baker, Calhoun, Colquitt, Decatur, Dougherty, Early, Grady, Lee, Miller, Mitchell, Seminole, Terrell, Thomas and Worth counties. In 1990,...



New Plumbing Program to Be Offered at SRTC - Bainbridge

Beginning in early June, the Office of Economic Development at SRTC- Bainbridge will offer a streamlined training track to one of the fastest-rising jobs in America. While the average growth rate for all occupations is around 5 percent, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics projects employment opportunities for plumbers to grow 14 percent over the next decade, much faster than the average for all occupations. New construction and building maintenance and repair should drive demand for these...



SRTC’s STAT Lab Hosts Innovative Robotic Surgical Training

Recently, the Surgical Technology Academy Training (STAT) Lab at SRTC – Tifton hosted a training event with medical device company Zimmer Biomet. This weeklong training drew 40 surgeons and medical staff from Georgia and bordering states to SRTC’s renowned lab. The surgeons successfully learned new technology using the ROSA® Knee robot, as well as training regarding the installation of new medical devices for total knee arthroplasty. "The ROSA Knee is an exciting and promising...



SRTC Students Excel at PBL Competition

Students representing Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) at Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) traveled to Central Georgia Technical College in Macon on Friday, February 28 to participate in the district competition for Phi Beta Lambda (PBL). Twenty-one students who placed in the top three for one or more of their categories will travel to Atlanta April 3-5 to compete against other PBL members across the state for a chance to win a spot at the national conference later this year in Salt Lake...



SRTC Nursing Program Director named VP of Georgia Board of Nursing

Southern Regional Technical College’s Nursing Program Director Tammy Bryant has been named Vice President of the Georgia Board of Nursing (GBON). Bryant has served on the board since 2017. The GBON consists of thirteen members selected by the Governor and is responsible for the regulation of registered professional nurses and advanced practice registered nurses. As part of their responsibilities, board members develop rules and regulations that set the standards for nursing practice and...



SRTC Prepares to Celebrate Bee Week

The Office of Economic Development at SRTC – Bainbridge is planning a week of events to highlight the astonishing impact of bees, including various bee-themed workshops and culminating in a screening of the award-winning documentary “The Pollinators” at the Charles H. Kirbo Center Auditorium. SRTC Land, Forest, and Wildlife Management instructor Dr. Jeremy Green commented that bee conservation affects everyone. “Bees are vital to every part of the natural ecosystem. They are the...



Expert Tips for Scholarship Success

The Southern Regional Technical College Foundation is managed by the College’s Office of Institutional Advancement. Here, we cultivate relationships with students, alumni, faculty, parents and friends in alignment with SRTC’s mission. Through the generous support of our donors and community partners, our students become empowered to change the course of their lives. More than 60 individual scholarships are offered each semester On average, the SRTC Foundation awards over...



SRTC Crime Scene Investigation Degree Named Among Most Affordable CSI Programs

SRTC’s Crime Scene Investigation Associate of Applied Science Degree has been recognized as one of the most affordable CSI programs in the nation by Crime Scene Investigator EDU. In a field that relies on professionals who are as skilled at collecting and preserving evidence as they are at analyzing and uncovering useful information from it, an associate’s degree can provide the entry-level skills CSI technicians are expected to have. Senior editor of Crime Scene...



SRTC Names 2020 Student of the Year

Recently, Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) announced its 2020 Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership (GOAL) award winner: Harrison Avera, a Veterinary Technology senior at SRTC - Thomasville. The GOAL competition begins during the fall semester, when technical college instructors across Georgia identify their most promising students and nominate them for GOAL based on academic achievement and personal leadership. Harrison graduated high school from Brookwood in Thomasville. He...



Top Five Career Fair Tips

Many employers report that job seekers are not prepared when they attend a career fair. From sloppy appearance to unprofessional resumes, employers cannot ignore these cues that attendees are not job ready. The good news is that YOU can stand out from the crowd and have the best chance at being their top candidate if you do just a little work ahead of time. Career Fair Tip #1: Perfect your First Impression! There will be a lot of people at a career fair. Make sure you are memorable...



Thomasville PBL Donates to the March of Dimes

The opportunity to wear blue jeans to work recently helped one student organization raise $260 for their national charity, the March of Dimes. The Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) club of SRTC – Thomasville “sold” the faculty and staff permission to wear jeans one day a week in November and December of 2019. March of Dimes is a United States nonprofit organization that works to improve the health of mothers and babies. The March of Dimes is FBLA-PBL’s national service partner. For over 40...