CPTC Students Attend Georgia Career & Leadership Development Conference
November 22, 2015 08:33 AM
Twenty-two Coastal Pines Technical College (CPTC) students attended the 26th Annual Georgia Career and Leadership Development Conference in Atlanta last month. The conference, which was held November 20-22, 2015, at the Marriott Renaissance Waverly Hotel, holds workshops on leadership and career development sessions targeting members and advisors of student organizations in Georgia.
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All CPTC student organizations were represented as a result of the diverse group of students participating. At least one member from each of the following organizations attended: SkillsUSA, Student Government Association (SGA), Phi Beta Lambda (PBL), National Technical Honor Society (NTHS), and HORT Club. In addition to training sessions, students and advisors also attended statewide meetings.
“The energy exhibited and ideas shared at the conference left everyone ready to work hard at achieving their goals and ready to seize every opportunity to succeed,” said Stephanie Roberts, CPTC student activities coordinator.
“Our students attended plenty of leadership and club meetings,” continued Roberts, “but they were also given time to explore the Atlanta area and enjoy a dance and Bingo. Thanks to all CPTC students who attended and to the club advisors who volunteered to make the trip.”
Those attending (by campus) were William Akins, Golden Isles; Derek Briggs, Golden Isles; Michael Collins, Waycross; Ericka Friese, Baxley; Nathan Fry, Golden Isles; Sharon Helm, Waycross; Brannen G. Hendrix, Waycross; Chrissa James, Golden Isles; Michelle Krauss, Golden Isles; Frank Larken, Golden Isles; Dennis Lemley, Waycross; Dayshanay Love, Baxley; Quinton Mackee, Jesup; Robert Mayton, Golden Isles; Toni Nelson, Baxley; Trey Nix, Baxley; Leticia Oehlke, Baxley; Katrina Rucker, Waycross; Josh Sears, Waycross; Maria Solomon, Jesup; Sunshine Tomlinson, Baxley; and Guylee Washington, Waycross.
Coastal Pines Technical College is a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia.