Foundation

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Congratulations to Summer 2021 Scholarship Recipients


Natalie Horton - Radiologic Technology
Vicente Cate O’Neal - Information Technology Professional
April Hurst - Associate of Science in Nursing - Bridge Option
Madison Hand - Dental Hygiene
Amelia Culpepper - Radiologic Technology
Davia Williams - Early Childhood Care & Education
Shonte’ Chance - Clinical Laboratory Technology

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Foundation Scholar

Cierra Pinckard


"I am here at STC to prove anything is possible & to never let life’s challenges & uncertainties hold me back. Earning a scholarship from the STC Foundation has allowed me to focus on my education while also relieving the burden of a lack of income. The best narrator of a lesson is the one who has lived it. STC provided me with a chance & I am here to give it my all to show my children that the future depends on the effort you put forth today."

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Foundation Overview

The Southeastern Technical College Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides guidance and assists in securing of funds for Southeastern Technical College. The STC Foundation helps recognize an unmet need by providing financial support required to sustain current operations and afford future growth.

Mission

The mission of the Southeastern Technical College Foundation, Inc. is to partner with donors to support and invest in the students, faculty, and staff of Southeastern Technical College to build stronger communities and a better Georgia for Candler, Emanuel, Jenkins, Johnson, Montgomery, Tattnall, Toombs and Treutlen counties.

The RIDE (Raising Interest and Donations for Education) is the STC Foundation’s annual fundraising campaign. Donors who contribute to the RIDE invest in:

  • $47,500 in Scholarships to Students
  • $25,000 for the Dual Enrollment Program
  • Funds to Support GOAL (GA Occupational Award of Leadership) and Rick Perkins
  • Funds for GED Testing
  • Instructors, Equipment, and Support of Various Programs of Study
  • Auditorium Upgrades
  • Annual Appreciation BBQ Dinner

And so much more…