Wiregrass Student Receives Tool Scholarship from GoFroe, LLC

Wiregrass Student Receives Tool Scholarship from GoFroe, LLC

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Fitzgerald, Ga - The Telecommunications and Security Technology Diploma program has produced many successful graduates over the years and has an in-field job placement rate of 100%. To help students be successful in this growing field, the Tools for Telecommunications Technology Scholarship Fund was created by GoFroe, LLC of Fitzgerald with a gift of $500. The scholarship fund was designed to help purchase tools for students that want to begin a career in Telecommunications. This scholarship is for students attending Wiregrass Georgia Technical College on the Ben Hill-Irwin campus in the Telecommunications and Security Diploma program. Each scholarship is to be awarded on the basis of a creative endeavor. This may be in the form of a written project, a research effort, an audio, film, interactive media or similar presentation as long as it can be clearly defined as creative in the area of telecommunications. The winner of the scholarship is Brad McCranie who presented a power point titled, “My Journey” about his career short and long term goals. Wiregrass appreciates the generosity of GoFroe, LLC for this donation to assist students in this field.

Instructor Peter Simmons and Mona Paulk award scholarship to Brad McCranie.For more information about the Telecommunication and Security program visit wiregrass.edu. New students are being accepted for Spring Semester B-term classes now. Classes start February 14, those who are interested need to apply now. For more information on becoming part of the campaign and helping our students and programs you may contact Crissy Staley, Executive Director of Fundraising at crissy.staley@wiregrass.edu or Mona Paulk, Executive Director of Advancement at mona.paulk@wiregrass.edu.


Wiregrass Telecommunications and Security Instructor Peter Simmons, Wiregrass student and scholarship winner Brad McCranie, and Wiregrass Executive Director of Institutional Advancement Mona Paulk.