South Carolina Technical Education Association honors three CCTC Employees

Sumter, SC –  On Friday, February 17, three Central Carolina Technical College employees were honored during the South Carolina Technical Education Association (SCTEA) annual conference in Myrtle Beach. Myles Williams, dean of general education; Deborah Seymour, freshman seminar coordinator; and Martha McMahon, accounting technician were each recognized for their outstanding service and achievements.

SCTEA, a professional association of technical education personnel, hosts the annual Employee of the Year awards to recognize one person in each category: faculty, staff and administration/managers. Each college within the South Carolina Technical College system selects its three winners, who are then recognized during the luncheon and receive a certificate of recognition and $100 cash award. The purpose of the Educator of the Year awards is to provide recognition for outstanding service and achievement in the South Carolina Technical College System.

The 2016-2017 SCTEA’s conference was held from February 16-18, 2017 and focused on the theme of “Power of Partnership”.

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CCTC employees: Martha McMahon, Deborah Seymour and Myles Williams stand with Interim President Terry Booth while they display their Educator of the Year awards from the SCTEA annual conference.