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News and Press Releases

ATC Holds Tenth Annual Faith-­Based Luncheon for Local Clergy Members

February 19, 2014- Albany, GA- Albany Technical College will hold the Tenth Annual Faith-Based Luncheon for community clergy members on Thursday, February 20, 2014, beginning at 11am in the Kirkland Conference Center. PHOTOS | WALB

ATC Celebrates Engineering Technology Week

February 18, 2014- Albany, GA- Albany Technical College will celebrate Engineering Technology Week with an event on Wednesday, February 19, 2014, beginning at 8:30am in the front of the Nathaniel Cross Health Care Technology Building. PHOTOS | WALB

ATC Hosts Zora Neale Hurston Teach-­‐In Seminar

February 17, 2014- Albany, GA- Albany Technical College will host a teach-in seminar with guest speaker, N.Y. Nathiri, on Monday evening, February 17, 2014, beginning at 6pm in the Kirkland Conference Center. The event is part of a month-long series of The Big Read, an initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts, designed to restore reading to the center of American culture. PHOTOSWALB

ATC GOAL Winner Announced at Rotary

February 6, 2014- Albany, GA- The 2014 Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership (GOAL) winner for Albany Technical College was announced during the Albany Rotary Club lunch today by Chamber President, Chris Hardy. This year's winner is Kristen Lord, Medical Assisting associate degree student. PHOTOS | WALB | WFXL

Albany Colleges and Dougherty County School System Join Forces: Education CEO's meet to collaborate for student success

January 31, 2014- Albany, GA- Discussions about how to improve student success are underway among Southwest Georgia's top education leaders. ALBANY HERALDWALB

ANTHONY PARKER: Albany has resources for positive change

January 8, 2014- Albany, GA from The Albany Herald- What will become of the current generation of those under 21 years of age? What role will they have in the economy of the future in the workforce? Some have said that they will be the first generation of Americans to be generally worse off than their parents...




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