Nearly 1/3 of the Fastest Growing Occupations will require an associate's degree or a postsecondary vocational certificate, according to a 2006 Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) report.
Two supporters of Greenville Technical College, through their gifts to the Greenville Tech Foundation, were honored at the College’s graduation on May 7th. Dolores, Dodie, Anderson was recognized as the College’s Alumna of the Year, and Ralph Hendricks received recognition as the Honorary Alum of the Year.
Representative of the TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable giving arm of TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®, presents a $10,000 gift to the Greenville Tech Foundation. The gift will support the English as a Second Language program at Greenville Technical College that provides assistance to Hispanic students who are citizens or legal residents. Increased proficiency in English achieved through this program will enable these students to successfully pursue degrees at Greenville Tech or
Bosch Community Fund grant will support the creation of a mobile hydraulic lab and Greenville Technical College lab curriculum.
Because of generous persons, corporations and local foundations the Greenville Tech Foundation raised nearly $1.5 million in 2012. More than 110 donors joined the Foundation and College leadership and student scholarship recipients to celebrate at the Greenville Country Club on March 21st.
AFL has given the Greenville Tech Foundation $3,000 to be used for scholarship assistance for students in the Quick Jobs With a Future program at Greenville Technical College.
Cynthia Hipps, a 1981 Greenville Technical College graduate with an associate degree in Allied Health, receives the Greenville Tech Alumni Association “President’s Award."
View the 1-22-13 WYFF News4 two minute clip featuring Wal-Mart's grant to benefit veterans at Greenville Tech.
This article appeared in the Greenville Journal on January 25, 2013.
Greenville Tech is one of only 14 colleges nationally to receive recognition by Achieving the Dream as a “2012 Leader College” for community college student success and persistence completing a program of study. Greenville Tech demonstrated commitment to and progress on engaging, supporting, and graduating well-qualified individuals.
View Dr. Keith Miller's presentation at Greenville Tech's 50th Anniversary Celebration, held on September 20, 2012.
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