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Athens Technical College-Elbert Campus Announces New Part-time Evening Practical Nursing program.

We are pleased to announce the offering of a Practical Nursing Program which caters to those who need to maintain their employment and financial obligations to their families while simultaneously attending nursing school. Often times people are unable to attend school full-time and we understand this, thus the creation of the part-time evening program was born. The five-semester program will begin Spring semester 2019. The deadline to submit an application is December 3, 2018.

This exciting new adventure for qualified applicants allows students to attend classes in the evenings and do the required clinical rotation every other weekend, unlike the full-time Practical Nursing Program currently in progress. This new program is in addition to the full-time program and thus supports a nursing and community need as evidenced by the ever-present nursing shortage. It also serves to allow the flexibility and affordability that is crucial to a multitude of today’s students.

Applicants should note that admission is very competitive and that prerequisite classes and admission requirements are the same as those for the full-time program. You must have completed your core classes in Math, English, Psychology, and Anatomy. In addition, your GPA must be at least a 2.0 with a score of 65% on the NLN. A letter of intent must be submitted (found on AthensTech.edu) and a nonrefundable application fee must accompany any application. Other requirements are proof of identity, proof of legal residence, and proof of prior school completion.

For further information regarding this Program, please contact Ronnell Leftwich, Program Chair for the Practical Nursing Program via email RLeftwich@AthensTech.edu or 706-213-2143.
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Athens Technical College's #DriversEd classes start 9/24. To register call 706-369-5763. Space is limited. #ATCWhoKnew
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ATHENS TECHNICAL COLLEGE NAMES NEW VP FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

ATHENS, GA – Dr. Andrea D. Daniel, President of Athens Technical College has named Al McCall, Vice President for Economic Development. Mr. McCall currently serves as Director of the Elbert County Campus and will continue to oversee that campus, as well as, serve as the College’s Vice President for Economic Development. After serving in various government positions, Mr. McCall began his career at Athens Technical College as a Financial Aid Counselor in Student Affairs. Later, he served as Director of Business and Industry in the office of Economic Development and most recently oversees the operations of the Elbert Campus.

Dr. Daniel, stated, “I would like to thank the selection committee for recommending Al McCall for the Vice President for Economic Development position. Mr. McCall has worked extensively in the Economic Development office at the College and that experience will be key in serving hundreds of companies and sectors in the region and the state. The college’s mission is focused on workforce development and Mr. McCall is a welcome addition to the President’s Cabinet as the team works to achieve these workforce goals.“

Athens Technical College’s Economic Development Division serves an eleven county area surrounding Athens. Its mission is to provide non-credit workforce development programs and lifelong learning opportunities to businesses and individual citizens within the communities served. Forming partnerships with businesses and industries, schools, agencies, churches, and community centers, to make programs more accessible. The Economic Development Division focuses on two main programs, Business and Industry and Continuing Education. Business and Industry programs provide customized training and workforce development courses that are our core business. Continuing Education offers a variety of continuing professional education, licensing and license renewal training, personal enrichment and community education classes for both business and non-business related participants.

About Athens Technical College:
Since 1958, Athens Technical College has served citizens by providing quality educational programs in an 11-county service area. The college offers over 130 program specializations in business, health, technical, and manufacturing-related areas. Students attend Athens Technical College on four campuses (Athens-Clarke, Elbert, Greene, Walton), plus career academies, adult learning centers, through business and industry and continuing education opportunities. Athens Technical College is an Equal Opportunity Institution and a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia. To learn more about Athens Technical College visit www.AthensTech.edu.
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Are you READY for a change? Learn more about our ManufactuREADY program that prepares you for today's workforce.

http://www.waltontribune.com/business/article_935fae1e-7e28-11e8-a65f-ab51a3244923.html

#ATCWhoKnew #BeYou
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Ready for the future
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Athens Technical College's Cosmetology Program presents its 2nd Annual Summer Fashion Show "True Trends Never Die" on July 19th at 6:30 PM on Athens Campus.

Admission is one (1) non-perishable food item.

(image - Date: July 19, Time: 6:30, Location: 800 US 29 North, Athens, GA 30601 - F Building, Auditorium)
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Dr. Andrea Daniel, President of Athens Technical College is featured in the most recent Athens CEO video series (Local Communities) where she discusses how the new agriculture building, to be built on the College's Elbert Campus, will impact the region. Dr. Daniel also speaks about the College’s consecutive enrollment increases and future of focusing on the newest generation of students, Generation Z.

http://athensceo.com/video/2018/06/athens-tech-president-andrea-daniel-gives-update-college-generation-z/
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The Athens Technical College Rotaract Club was recognized as Student Organization of the Year at Honor’s Day. This award is presented to the club that, over the course of the academic year, demonstrated excellence in programs and events sponsored; contributions to the student body, campus and community; and recognition and development of leadership potential in members. The ATC Rotaract Club partners with the Rotary Club of Athens, assisting with annual events including Plungefest, Rotary BBQ, and ringing the bell for the Salvation Army. Last summer, two Rotaract students were able to participate in the Rotary International Conference hosted in Atlanta, GA. Students networked with clubs from across the United States and several countries. Members of the Rotaract Club participate in service opportunities on campus and in the community each semester.

The Rotaract Club is a service, leadership, and community service organization for young men and women. Rotaract focuses on the development of young adults as leaders in their communities and workplaces. For more information about the Rotaract Club, please email the organization (Rotaract@AthensTech.edu) or visit the Rotaract Club website on AthensTech.edu.
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