Elijah Harris Named Student of Excellence at SGTC Crisp County Center
The Crisp County Center of South Georgia Technical College recently recognized Elijah Harris of Rochelle as the April Student of Excellence. Harris, a welding student, was nominated for the honor by his instructor, Brad Aldridge.
After being announced as the award recipient by Julie Partain, SGTC Dean of Enrollment Management, Harris was presented with a $50 check, an engraved personal plaque, a congratulatory letter from SGTC President Dr. John Watford and a “Student of Excellence” t-shirt. His name was also engraved on a perpetual plaque that is displayed in the front lobby of the Crisp County Center.
The nominees from the other programs included: Gregory Bacon of Cordele, HVAC, nominated by Mike Enfinger; Valerie Barber of Cordele, Culinary Arts, nominated by Hunter Little; Cody Gillis of Pitts, Electrical Systems Technology, nominated by Mike Enfinger; Shana Jolly of Warwick, Medical Assisting, nominated by Carol Cowan; and Laderius Smith of Cordele, Practical Nursing, nominated by Brandy Nipper.
South Georgia Technical College offers over 200 degree, diploma, and technical certificate of credit programs designed to prepare students for successful careers. Summer semester begins May 25 when students can earn a full semester of credit in just eight weeks. Apply now at www.southgatech.edu.