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Coastal Pines Technical College Officials Update Legislators & Board

State Senator Tyler Harper (R) and State Representative Jason Spencer (R) were recognized at Coastal Pines Technical College (CPTC) Thursday, November 13, 2014, for their support of technical education and Southeast Georgia. “Technical Education: Progress & Priorities,” the College’s State of the College event held for legislators, board members, and the foundations’ executive committees took place at the Economic Development Training Center on the Waycross campus.

The event began at 6:30 p.m. with a social. Following dinner, which was catered by Sybil’s of Jesup, CPTC President, Dr. Glenn Deibert, presented the latest information on the merger, enrollment, and facilities. He also shared last year’s accomplishments and progress resulting from the 2014 legislative actions, as well as CPTC’s future plans to impact student success.

Deibert asked those present to continue to support dual enrollment as a statewide initiative and encourage area school systems to continue to participate in dual enrolled programs. “These programs benefit our communities and, most importantly, our high school students,” said Deibert.

Dr. Deibert shared details of several major projects that may be brought before legislators in the upcoming session and, if acted upon, will impact the College and its state-affiliated agency, the Technical College System of Georgia. He asked Senator Harper and Rep. Spencer for their continued support and thanked them again for taking time from their busy schedules to learn more about technical education and the workforce needs of Southeast Georgia.

Throughout the evening, board members repeatedly thanked legislators for their support in 2014. At the beginning of the program, Dr. Deibert also thanked Gary Sanchez and AT&T for sponsoring the event. Dr. Deibert noted that AT&T has been a long-time champion of technical education, providing $50,000 annually to the system foundation for GED Testing Fee Scholarships and Grants. “We sincerely appreciate your friendship and partnership in literacy and higher education,” stated Deibert.

“AT&T is proud to be part of this because we recognize the importance of technical education to the community and to business and industry employers,” said Sanchez.

Coastal Pines Technical College is a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia.

CPTC and other college officials host Senator Tyler Harper and State Rep Jason Spencer

Coastal Pines Technical College (CPTC) President Dr. Glenn Deibert and other College officials hosted Senator Tyler Harper and State Representative Jason Spencer, CPTC board members, and foundation executive committee members Thursday evening to thank them for 2014 support and update them on system-wide and College progress and priorities. Available for the photo (L to R): Jack Johnson (Alma), board director; Gary Sanchez, AT&T official; Doug Ellis (Jesup), ATC Foundation Chair; Dr. Glenn Deibert, CPTC president; Randall Morris (Glynn), board director; Miriam Murray, ATC Foundation trustee; Dr. Greg Jacobs (Brantley), board director; Dr. Patrick Ebri (Glynn), board director; Joel Hanner (Camden), board director; Representative Jason Spencer; Senator Tyler Harper; Philip Cook (Clinch), board director; Daniel Johnson ( Pierce), board director; and Lee Gowen (Charlton), board director.

Senator Tyler Harper and Rep Jason Spencer making notes
Senator Tyler Harper (right) and Representative Jason Spencer (left) made notes on their handouts as they listened to Dr. Glenn Deibert’s facilities update and presentation on fiscal year 2016 initiatives. CPTC Board Chair, Ted Buford (not shown), joined Dr. Deibert and Lee Gowen in thanking the legislators for their support and for attending the event.

Joel Hanner talks with Senator Tyler Harper
“Technical Education: Progress & Priorities” was held November 13, 2014, at the Economic Development Training Center on the Waycross campus of Coastal Pines Technical College. Prior to the program, CPTC officials, board members, and supporters enjoyed fellowship. In the foreground, CPTC board member Joel Hanner talks with Senator Tyler Harper.


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