Tina Supers was named Student of Excellence for summer semester at South Georgia Technical College for the Crisp County Center campus.
Pictured from left to right on the first row are Student of Excellence nominees Tina Supers, Jennifer Doster, Travis Henson, Nicole Wheeler, Randy King, and Lakeetha Dawson. On the second row from left to right are Jeremiah Johnson, Lorinda Evans, Tamecka Furlow, and Raymond Haney. Not pictured are nominees Justin Lamb and Michael Roark. Standing, from left to right, are nominating instructors Sara Benson, Mike Enfinger, David Mayo, Teresa Jolly, Randy Greene, Karen Bloodworth, Dr. Brenda Carpenter, Vicki Gilbert, Cathy Freeman, Lisa Penton, and Brenda Jackson Gilliam.
Tina Supers is Awarded SGTC Student of Excellence—Summer Semester 2014
Monday July 21, 2014
Tina Supers of Cordele, a South Georgia Technical College Accounting student, was the Spring Semester recipient of the Student of Excellence Award for the college’s Crisp County Center. This award recognizes an outstanding student from each of the twelve program areas on the Cordele campus. Program instructors nominate one student from their programs who has exhibited high standards academically, socially, and professionally. The student who receives this honor has proved that he or she realizes what hard work is and has made a decision and sincere commitment to excellence.
Supers was presented a $50 check, an engraved personal plaque, a congratulatory letter from Sparky Reeves, SGTC President, and a “Student of Excellence” t-shirt. Tina’s name was also engraved on a perpetual plaque that is displayed in the front lobby of the Crisp County Center. A Student of Excellence Banner is hung in the program area until next semester’s ceremony at which time the banner will be moved to the program area of the new winner.
The nominees from the other eleven programs were as follows: Jennifer Doster of Cordele, Business Administrative Technology; Travis Henson of Cordele, Computer Information Systems; Nicole Wheeler of Ashburn, Criminal Justice Technology; Randy King of Cordele, Culinary Arts; Lakeetha Dawson of Cordele, Early Childhood Care and Education; Justin Lamb of Cordele, Electrical System Technology; Michael Roark of Cordele, Electronics; Jeremiah Johnson of Vienna, Marketing Management; Lorinda Evans of Unadilla, Medical Assisting; Tamecka Furlow of Vienna, Practical Nursing; and Raymond Haney of Arabi, Welding and Joining Technology. Each nominee received a framed certificate and a “Student of Excellence” t-shirt.
All guests were invited to attend the Student of Excellence Reception immediately following the program.
South Georgia Tech is now registering students for Fall Semester, which begins August 20th, 2014. Open registration and orientation sessions will be held on Monday, August 18th. For more information, or to apply to one of SGTC’s over 150 degree, diploma, or certificate programs, call 229.931.2760 in Americus or 229.271.4051 in Cordele.
Additionally, look for SGTC representatives all over the community on Friday, August 1st for the college’s first ever Community Life Day, an event which will span SGTC’s six county service delivery area of Sumter, Schley, Crisp, Marion, Macon, and Webster Counties. Informational booths will be set up in high traffic areas across the area, including Walmart, Harvey’s, Roman Oven, 1800 Mexican Restaurant, and more in Americus; the town square in Ellaville; Mom’s Kitchen in Webster County, the Buena Vista town square; as well as Carter’s, El Girasol, Harvey’s, Walmart, and Tractor Supply Company in Cordele.