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Feb
15
2012
Scholarships were awarded recently at a luncheon honoring donors and recipients.
Jan
30
2012
Plans for the Piedmont Technical College Center for Advanced Manufacturing in Laurens County were announced in late August 2011, and the project is moving forward quickly. The necessary demolition work is now complete, and construction began in early January.
Jan
25
2012
CeramTec recently made a generous donation to the Piedmont Technical College Foundation toward the new Center for Advanced Manufacturing in Laurens County, a training facility designed to assist the County’s growing manufacturing sector.
Jan
14
2012
Piedmont Technical College’s massage therapy program will be offering its annual massage clinic as part of the training for its students beginning January 17. The clinic will be open to the public Monday-Thursday from 12-3:30 p.m. at the PTC annex building on North Emerald Road.
Jan
13
2012
After getting his start at Piedmont Technical College, Jode Robinson is on his way to becoming a nuclear engineer.
Jan
12
2012
The massage therapy program provides a massage clinic beginning in January each year.
Jan
09
2012
Today, computers are used at home, at work, at school, on our mobile phones and nearly everywhere else in one form or another. They’ve become indispensable parts of everyday life.
Jan
04
2012
The new practical nursing program for Piedmont Technical College based at the Laurens County Higher Education Center recently had its first class of graduates from the Laurens County program.
Dec
16
2011
Students in the Piedmont Technical College developmental studies program joined with the arts and sciences division to collect toiletry products and hygiene products for MEG’s House.
Dec
13
2011
PTC’s work to implement the Lean methodology in a community college setting has been selected as a finalist for a prestigious 2012 Bellwether Award, which recognizes outstanding, innovative programs and practices that are successfully leading community colleges into the future.