SkillsUSA State Conference 2022 – A Visual Story

Thirteen students from Wiregrass Georgia Technical College are headed to the National SkillsUSA competition in Atlanta this June after winning gold medals at the state-wide SkillsUSA Championship this past weekend. This was the first in-person competition since 2019. The college had an exceptional showing bringing home 13 gold, 4 silver, and 2 bronze medals. ForContinue reading “SkillsUSA State Conference 2022 – A Visual Story”

A Visit from Egypt – A Photo Blog

Florida State University’s Community College Administrator Program is hosting Technical College Administrators from Egypt for a couple of weeks and brought them to Wiregrass Georgia Technical College for a tour. Since the program’s conception, this is the first college outside of Florida, FSU has brought a team to visit. The group toured some programs in Health Sciences,Continue reading “A Visit from Egypt – A Photo Blog”

STEM & Manufacturing 2022!

This is the first in-person event the college has hosted in two years and excited to welcome students from the following school systems to our campus in Valdosta – Atkinson County High School, Berrien Academy, Cook High School, Delta Innovative School, Echols High School, Fitzgerald High School College and Career Academy, PMLC – Lowndes Alterative,Continue reading “STEM & Manufacturing 2022!”

Fall Graduation 2021: A Photo Album

The ceremony honored 354 students who were awarded their associate degree, diploma, or technical certificate of credit, and 57 students who were High School Equivalency graduates.  Among those graduating, the college awarded 65 associate degrees, 109 diplomas, and 313 technical certificates for Fall Semester 2021.  The commencement ceremony was held at the University of GeorgiaContinue reading “Fall Graduation 2021: A Photo Album”

Rediscovering Apprenticeships

By Nicole West, Executive Director for Departmental Affairs Apprenticeships are experiencing a renaissance, but they don’t look the way they used to. Apprenticeships have been around for a long time—since the Middle Ages. That might be why the topic of apprenticeships has some people imagining a set from Game of Thrones. But those people are thinkingContinue reading “Rediscovering Apprenticeships”