SRTC-Bainbridge PN Students Earn Their Pins

On Monday, November 30, Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) held a drive-through pinning ceremony honoring the most recent class of Practical Nursing (PN) students from SRTC - Bainbridge. The ceremony commemorates the students’ successful completion of their nursing coursework and clinical rotations. The students that received pins were: Ashley N. Addison of Cairo, Morgan Avery of Bainbridge, Carley E. Cranford of Bainbridge, Camry L. Fillingame of Bainbridge, Justice S....



Spoiler alert: She made her teacher's holiday wish come true!

At 14 years of age, Elly Hernandez was already working full time as well as going to school. By the time she was 16, she had to choose between helping take care of her family and completing her education. She made the difficult choice to put her family first and drop out of school. However, Elly was not done. She decided to pursue her high school equivalency and turned to SRTC’s free Adult Education program to help her achieve her goal. Fran Puryear, one of her Adult Education...



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...



SRTC Foundation Earns Role Model Board Designation

November 11, 2020 Demonstrating their commitment to Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) and its mission of building an educated workforce, the SRTC Foundation Board of Trustees has earned a coveted distinction. Recently, Georgia’s Technical College Foundation Association (TCFA) announced Southern Regional Technical College Foundation, Inc. as one of only 12 technical college foundations out of a possible 22 to receive the prestigious designation of Role Model Board....



SRTC Students Win Inaugural Jack N. Gay Scholarships

On October 29, 2020, the Kiwanis Club of Moultrie honored two Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) students as the inaugural recipients of the Jack N. Gay Scholarship. The scholarships are given to Colquitt County students enrolled at Southern Regional Technical College with demonstrated success in their program of study and excellent career potential. The 2020 recipients were Hannah Raffield and Blake Smith, both of Moultrie. Jack Gay attended the meeting and was able to meet and...



Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia Donates Custom-Built Kia to SRTC Automotive Program

In September, Southern Regional Technical College’s (SRTC) Automotive Program took ownership of a specially equipped Kia Optima. This Kia was not designed for road travel. Instead, Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia (KMMG) built the quality assessment vehicle specifically to be used as a high-tech training tool for automotive technicians. Instructors can simulate errors and damage so that students can work to identify the problem or problems and improve their diagnostic skills. “Our...



SRTC Representatives Appointed To Georgia Board of Nursing

In a pair of recent Executive Orders issued by Governor Brian Kemp, two Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) representatives were appointed to the Georgia Board of Nursing. The Honorable Roger Jerome Pierce, Jr., of Grady County, Georgia was appointed to serve as a member of the Georgia Board of Nursing, for a term of office ending September 16, 2023. Pierce is a graduate of the Practical Nursing at SRTC, and has served as an adjuct nursing instructor for SRTC. The Honorable Tammy...



Seeking Part-Time Instructors in Tifton

The Office of Economic Development at SRTC-Tifton is seeking part-time instructors with at least three years’ experience in the following areas: Driver's Education American Heart Association- CPR, First Aid and Basic Life Support Hand lettering Cake Decoration Digital Marketing American Sign Language Motivational Speaking Youth Courses Forklift Certification OSHA If you are interested, please contact Kelly Daniell, Director Economic Development at...



SRTC Board of Directors Appoints Lynn Lovett as Board Chair

Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) President Jim Glass is pleased to announce that Mrs. Lynn Lovett has accepted the nomination to Chair the SRTC Board of Directors. Lovett joined the Board of Directors in 2012 with the former Moultrie Technical College. She began her annual term as Chair on September 1, 2020 and will lead her first meeting in her new role on September 24. Lovett has worked for Georgia Power Company for over 41 years and currently serves as the Tifton Area...



FREE Virtual Suicide Prevention Training

September is Suicide Prevention Month. The Economic Development Division has teamed up with Nicole Dempsey, Suicide Prevention Coordinator (SPC) with the Department of Veteran Affairs North Florida and Southwest Georgia, to offer a FREE Training to the SRTC community. Nicole Dempsey, LCSW is a Suicide Prevention Coordinator (SPC) with the Department of Veteran Affairs NF/SG. As a SPC, Dempsey provides suicide prevention information to the community as part of the VA’s #1 Initiative- To...



Nursing Students Honored in Drive Through Pinning Ceremony at SRTC-Tifton

On Monday, August 17, Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) held a drive through pinning ceremony during which twenty-two Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) students received their nursing pins. The ceremony commemorates the students’ successful completion of their nursing coursework and clinical rotations. This class of nursing students are also invited to participate in SRTC’s formal graduation ceremony on December 1, and will officially be Registered Nurses (RN) pending the...



LFW Students Head Into The Woods With New Tools This Semester

Just in time for the fall semester, the Land, Forest, and Wildlife Management (LFW) program at SRTC-Thomasville received a shipment of new, cutting edge forestry equipment. Thanks to Perkins grant funds, the college was able to acquire Silva Ranger handheld compasses, Haglöf Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) units, Haglöf Electronic Clinometers, Motorola handheld 2-way radios, and large tree calipers. Program faculty Dr. Jeremy Green said that the new tools of the trade replace...