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SRTC Foundation awards over $ 50,000 in scholarships | Education

For the spring semester 2022, which begins January 6, 2022, the Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) Foundation has awarded scholarships to 79 students for a total of $ 50,250. These funds help students cover education related costs such as tuition, fees, books, classroom and lab supplies, etc.

Students who received scholarships were: Aubrey Wood from Albany, Savannah Pace, Haley Bateman, Kaylee Belk, Tiara Bell and Savannah Pace from Bainbridge, Hailey Warfield from Blakely, Emily McCall, Kendralissa Smith, Corrina Jones, Savannah Moore, Kasey Taylor, Cynthia Whitfield, Carlos Castro, Laura Coleman and Garret Godwin from Cairo, Katie Ansley, Nathan Pace, Jessica Weston and Cortnie Humphries from Camilla, Amber Esco from Chula, Nichelle Williams from Donalsonville, Caishon Hutto from Iron City, Megan Walton from Lawrenceville, Angela Starnes of Leesburg, Marissa Cato and Lorraine West of Meigs, Asia Walker of Monticello, Kerri Worth, Angelie Alderman, Michael Dickerson, Melaney Martin, Alan Smith, Carly Horne, Lacee Morrell and Elaina Horne of Moultrie, Emily Boyd of Nashville , Helena Aguilar and Cole Redd from Ochlocknee, Amanda Saunders from Omega, Lindsey Daniel from Pavo, Sarah Kirsch, Hannah Green and Trina Greene from Pelham, Marissia Lane from Quitman Shanna Entrekin and Staisha Howa rd from Sumner, P aige Willis and Tyler Goodwin of Sylvester, Monica Arambulo, Abigail Witcher, Austyn Barrow, Ashley Bristol, Brittani Milton, David Willis, Monica Arambulo, Loren Osgatharp, Maleah Turner, Amanda Brown, Leasa Doyle, Brandy Maines, Tammy Mitchell, Marian Rincon and Kristin Revell from Thomasville, Cindy Cranford, Amelia Hillmon, Tamessha Thomas, Ashlynn Howard, Citlaly Maldonado, Hannah Walker, Brenda Morales Nunez and Abigail Hall from Tifton, Patricia Drawdy from Ty Ty, Jeffrey Robinson, Clayton Davis, Zebulon Davis and Michael Russell from Whigham.

This semester, the prestigious Hill-Harrell Fellowship was awarded to Brenda Morales Núñez, SRTC Adult Education Student of the Year in 2021. Morales Núñez has since earned her high school equivalency, earned her GED and has continued at SRTC as a full-time student with the goal of eventually earning her Masters in Psychology.

In his own words, “This institution gave me the opportunity not only to graduate from high school as part of the adult education program, but also the opportunity to continue my college education. The study of the human mind is something that caught my attention for a few years, but the pandemic that occurred last year deepened my interest in this field. The stress of the situation the world was going through and the need for people to go into therapy was key to my decision to continue in this field. Being able to help people cope with situations like stress, anxiety, depression, is something that I would like to contribute to this society, but most of all I would like to help people who are not fluent. English, people who speak Spanish to be more specific. Personally, I can understand how frustrating it is not to be able to communicate or express yourself in your mother tongue, when you are not fluent in the local language, which is also the reason why many people do not ask for help. ‘aid.

Dr Freida Hill-Harrell, former president of Southwest Georgia Technical College, and her husband Bill Harrell founded the Hill-Harrell Fellowship. While her career has taken her to various positions within the Technical College System of Georgia, South Georgia has always held a special place in Dr. Hill-Harrell’s heart. The couple decided to support students at Southern Regional Technical College who are pursuing their educational dreams. It is their mission to ease the burden on needy technical college students.

“On behalf of the Board of Trustees of the SRTC Foundation, congratulations to each of these students on their scholarships. This is a very competitive process and an achievement that should be celebrated. Thank you to all of our generous donors who make this scholarship possible, ”said Dr Amy Maison, Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Marketing and Public Relations at Southern Regional Technical College.

The SRTC Foundation is a non-profit corporation whose mission is to promote the cause of higher education and expand educational opportunities for SRTC students. The Foundation works to create scholarships and endowments, and to help fund capital improvements and other college-related expenses.

For more information on scholarships, how to give and how to apply, please visit the Foundation’s website at www.southernregional.edu/scholarships or contact the Institutional Advancement Office by calling (229) 225-4060 .

SRTC offers more than 130 degree, diploma and certificate programs designed to enable students to quickly access desired careers, as well as 28 general education courses transferred to institutions of the Georgia university system and to 19 private colleges and universities in Georgia. SRTC has educational sites located in Colquitt, Decatur, Early, Grady, Miller, Mitchell, Seminole, Thomas, Tift, Turner and Worth counties for the convenience of its students. The College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). SACSCOC is the regional accreditation body for higher education institutions granting degrees in the Southern States.

For the most recent registration information, course dates and program offerings, log on to www.southernregional.edu.

The summer semester begins on May 12.