Central Carolina Technical College (CCTC) has formed an Alumni Council to provide direction and leadership for the College's new Alumni Partnership.
In its 50 year history, CCTC has awarded more than 15,000 degrees, diplomas, and certificates. The goal of the Alumni Partnership is to stay in touch with alumni and encourage them to continue to participate at CCTC throughout their careers.
Eleven community leaders have been named to the council after being recommended by college faculty and staff. Alumni Council members represent the four counties served by the college: Clarendon, Kershaw, Lee, and Sumter.
Members were named to the council based on their successes in both their college years and their careers. The following alumni serve on the council: Julie P. Atkinson, Assistant Administrator and Clerk to Lee County Council; Terrie Carlton, Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer of Tuomey Healthcare System in Sumter; Kris Elliott, Accuride Corp. in Camden; John Henry, Deputy with the Lee County Sheriff's Department Patrol Division; Andrew Teague, Director of Sanitation, City of Sumter; Hank Todd, owner of Sign Tek in Sumter; and Jack Watts, Information Resource Consultant for S.C. Parks, Recreation, and Tourism. Current students Ashley Klodt, Shaw AFB Enlisted Spouses Club President, and Mary Lindsey who is pursuing an Associate Degree in Nursing, as well as CCTC faculty member Judy Lachance and Barbara Wright, CCTC Director of Admissions and Records, serve on the council.
CCTC Fall 2012 enrollment is 4,577 students and is one of the fastest-growing two-year colleges in the state. The Main Campus is located at 506 North Guignard Drive in Sumter, SC. For more information about the Alumni Partnership, call 803-778-6671 or email email@example.com. All CCTC graduates who have earned a diploma, certificate, or degree from the College are invited to join the Alumni Partnership.
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Date/Time Published:10/9/2014 2:08