News and Press Releases

9/11 inspires paramedic

September 11, 2014- Albany, GA from WALB- Thursday marks 13 years since the 9/11 tragedy. Many people choose to reflect and honor those who serve our country. For one EMT instructor at Albany Technical College, 9/11 marks the beginning of his career as a paramedic. WALB

Albany Technical College Appoints New Associate Dean of Early Childhood Care and Education Program

August 26, 2014 - Albany, GA - Albany Technical College has appointed a new Associate Dean of the Early Childhood Care and Education Program. Angela Robinson, who has previously served as the Director of the Early Childhood Care and Education Child Development Demonstration Center at Albany Tech, was recently appointed to the position.

U.S. Labor Secretary Perez to meet with ATC, CGTC officials Friday

August 22, 2014- Albany, GA- Officials from Albany Technical College and Central Georgia Technical College will hold a teleconference in Atlanta, Albany, and Macon with U.S. Secretary of Labor, Thomas Perez, on Friday, August 22, 2014...

ATC Announces 2014 Employee of the Year

August 8, 2014- Albany, GA- Albany Technical College has named the 2014 Employee of the Year. Mitchell "Mitch" Scott, grounds maintenance keeper in the Campus Operations department at Albany Tech, was named the 2014 Albany Tech Employee of the Year at a recent faculty/staff luncheon.

ATC Health Care Technology Programs Hold Summer Capping and Pinning Ceremony

July 30, 2014- Albany, GA- Albany Technical College's Health Care Technology Division will hold the spring Capping and Pinning Ceremony on Wednesday, July 30, 2014, at 6pm, in the Kirkland Conference Center. PHOTOS | VIDEO

Governor Nathan Deal, University System of Georgia and Technical College System of Georgia Announce “Go Back. Move Ahead.” Campaign

July 29, 2014- Atlanta, GA- Georgia Governor Nathan Deal, University System of Georgia (USG) Chancellor Hank Huckaby and Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) Commissioner Ron Jackson announced Georgia's "Go Back. Move Ahead." campaign today.