STC Students Attended GSGA Conference

April 16, 2024

Two students from Southeastern Technical College attended the Georgia State Leadership Level Up Conference and competed in Student Government Association competitions in Atlanta April 12-14, 2024.

In keeping with the conference theme, the students participated in competitions aimed at improving communication and leadership skills.

Sabrina McLeod, Early Childhood Care and Education student, competed in Job Interview and Prepared Speech and was nominated for Outstanding Student of the Year.

McLeod said, “Attending this remarkable conference has inspired me with the belief that with perseverance, anyone can overcome obstacles encountered on the path to success. The power of teamwork, exemplified by exceptional leaders, propels individuals toward their fullest potential and personal growth. I send heartfelt gratitude to the SGA advisors for instilling confidence in me and fostering self-belief. With remarkable appreciation.”

Whitney Williams, Cosmetology student, competed in Prepared Speech.

“A true leader is about multiplying yourself and making others better,” said Williams.

The students gained valuable strategies to enhance and improve communication skills and were provided tools for becoming effective leaders in today’s society. Through workshops, students had opportunities to collaborate and network with other students from multiple colleges. Professional keynote speakers from businesses and industries emphasized the importance of the skills highlighted during this conference.

Admissions Coordinator Daphne Scott, Student Affairs Specialist Emily Jarrell, Special Services Advisor Jeannie Morris, and Special Needs Specialist Helen Thomas represented STC as SGA advisors. Daphne Scott and Emily Jarrell also serve as state GSGA advisors and conference organizers.

For more information on Southeastern Technical College, visit or call (912) 538-3100 or (478) 289-2200.

Photos: (L-R) Southeastern Technical College Student Government Association Members Whitney Williams and Sabrina McLeod