SGTC Criminal Justice Technology Advisory Committee Meets
The South Georgia Technical College Criminal Justice Technology advisory committee met recently in the Criminal Justice classroom on the SGTC Americus Campus to discuss the link between the school and the career field.
The purpose of the advisory committee is to assist South Georgia Technical College faculty and staff in continuous quality improvement of the Criminal Justice Technology programs. SGTC Criminal Justice Technology Instructor Teresa McCook provided the committee with updates and information about program changes, enrollment, community activities, and student news.
The advisory committee members provide information to SGTC faculty and staff about suggested improvements in curriculum, new training opportunities that are available in the field of Criminal Justice, new technology, employment/internship opportunities available for students, and salary levels students may anticipate upon graduation.
Members present at the advisory meeting were Sumter County Sheriff Pete Smith; Chief Chris Hall, Georgia Department of Community Supervision; Lt. Tony Bobbitt, SGTC Criminal Justice Adjunct Instructor; Teresa McCook, SGTC Criminal Justice Instructor; Major Brett Murray, SGTC Law Enforcement Academy; and SGTC Dean for Academic Affairs Vanessa Wall.
The advisory committee is a crucial link that provides an avenue for South Georgia Tech instructors to learn about changing conditions or technology in the workplace that can then be passed along to students that will enable them to be fully prepared upon graduation.
For more information about SGTC’s Criminal Justice Technology program, contact Teresa McCook at 229.931.6940 or email@example.com.
South Georgia Technical College is currently registering students for spring semester on both the Americus and Crisp County Center campuses, which begins Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018. There will be a registration and orientation session on Monday, Jan. 8, 2018.
South Georgia Technical College has a one-stop admissions process that allows students to apply, enroll, and register in the same day. Students also need to apply for financial aid as soon as possible if they have not already done so.
To apply for admission to South Georgia Technical College in Americus call 229.931.2252 or 229.931.2760 or 1.800.928.0283 and in Cordele, call 229.271.4051. Students must complete an application for admission with a non-refundable $25 application fee.
South Georgia Tech currently offers over 200 different associate degree, diploma, and short term technical certificate of credit classes. Enroll today and get ahead in your chosen career. For more information about South Georgia Technical College and its programs of study, visit the website at: www.southgatech.edu.