News and Press Releases
Albany Technical College Associate of Science in Nursing Program Holds Pinning Ceremony
ALBANY, GA – Albany Technical College’s Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) program will hold a pinning ceremony for the 2018 senior class on Tuesday, August 7, 2018, at 6 p.m. at the Albany Civic Center, 100 W Oglethorpe Blvd, Albany, Georgia.
Local Culinary Students at Albany Technical College Prepare to Travel to Ireland to be Immersed in the Culture
Albany, Georgia – This summer, an Albany Technical College group of Culinary Arts students and one instructor will travel to Waterford, Ireland for two weeks. They depart Sunday, July 29 and return Sunday, August 12. This cultural experience is part of Albany Technical College’s commitment to creating a strong and viable workforce in the community.
Albany Technical College continues workforce development offering an on campus interview and recruitment day with two trucking companies
Albany, Georgia – Albany Technical College will hold an interview and recruitment opportunity for recent graduates of the Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) program. This event will take place in the Career Development Center, located on the campus of Albany Tech, just off Lowe Road. The event will be held from 3pm to 6pm on Monday, July 23.
Local Retired Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Charles Gillespie Will Donate $10,000 to First Responders Program at Albany Technical College
Albany, Georgia – The Albany Tech Foundation will receive a check for $10,000 in a presentation at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, July 3, 2018 at the Charles B. Gillespie, M.D. Center for Emergency Responders on the campus of Albany Technical College. This philanthropic donation from Dr. Charles Gillespie will go to support the Emergency Medical Service Professions and Paramedicine program in the Healthcare Technology division of Albany Tech.
Exposure to New Experiences Will Help Southwest Georgia Students Succeed in The Global Marketplace
Albany, Georgia – This summer, an Albany Technical College delegation of four Engineering Technology students and one instructor traveled to Waterford, Ireland for two weeks. They arrived Sunday, June 3 and returned Sunday, June 17. What these students learned might just help Southwest Georgia in a growing global economy.