The 2019 Alumni Meeting and Awards Program is scheduled for June 8, 2019.
The Alumni Board is seeking nominations for award recipients and needs your help! Please take the time to consider the following categories and help the Alumni Association recognize those who have made outstanding contributions in their workplaces, communities and at NGTC. Awards will be presented at the Annual Alumni Luncheon on Saturday, June 8th.
The deadline to nominate someone is April 18, 2019.
Hall of Fame Award:
1. If an alumnus/alumna, the candidate must have graduated from NGTC at least 20 years prior to nomination.
2. The candidate must have distinguished himself/herself in his/her professional life.
3. There should be evidence that nominee would appreciate the award.
4. Current NGTC employees are not eligible for consideration.
1.The nominee must be a graduate of North Georgia Technical College.
2.The nominee must be working in the field in which he/she studied at NGTC and must have distinguished himself/herself in his/her career. (i.e., been named the company’s Employee of the Year, been promoted into middle or upper management position, established a successful business and/or been recognized by professional peers, etc.)
3. Nominee must be respected by fellow employees and by citizens of their community.
Young Alumni Award:
1.The candidate must have graduated from North Georgia Technical College five or less years ago.
2. The candidate must have made outstanding contributions in his/her profession and/or community service.
Bridge Builder Award:
1.The individual must have been involved with NGTC for a minimum of ten years and served on an NGTC board, advisory committee or as a donor.
2.The candidate must have distinguished himself/herself in his/her professional life.
If you would like to nominate someone for one or more of these awards, please contact Cynthia Brown and ask for a nomination form.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 706-754-7714
2018 Alumni Award recipients included:
Hall of Fame Award (recognizes an NGTC student who graduated at least 20 years prior to nomination and distinguished themselves in their professional life):
Patricia Cole Dooley: graduated NGTC with her LPN in 1974, and moved on to continue her education, ultimately receiving her Post-Masters in Psychiatric Mental Health. She continued to practice medicine until retiring last year.
Career Achievement Award (recognizes graduates who work in the field in which they studied and have distinguished themselves in that field):
Cassandra Wilkins: graduated from the Business Information Technology Program in 1996. Wilkins then moved on to receive both her bachelors and master’s degrees. Currently, she serves as the Human Resources Director for ASI Southeast.
Brian Jones: graduated in 2004 from the EMT/Firefighter Program and again in 2010 from the LPN program. After working as both a volunteer and professional firefighter, Jones decided to pursue his passion for a career in Nursing. Upon graduating from the Nursing Program at NGTC, he accepted a position as a Life Flight EMT. While at North Georgia Tech, Jones was named the Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership (GOAL) winner for the college and went on to win at the state level as well.
Young Alumni Award (presented to individuals who have graduated within the last five years who have made outstanding contributions in his/her profession and/or community service):
Adam Fulbright: is a 2013 graduate of the Industrial Systems Technology (IST) Program. After graduating from NGTC, Fulbright went to work at Pharma Tech Industries. He has also started the Fulbright Industrial Systems Technology Scholarship, which is awarded annually to an IST student at North Georgia Tech.
Michael Huff: is a 2015 graduate of the Associate of Science in Nursing Program. Huff was part of the first nursing class to graduate from NGTC and since then, has started his career working as a director at Pruitt Health.
Tony Jacob Wilson: graduated from the Criminal Justice Program in 2016 after completing service with the US Navy. Upon graduating NGTC, Wilson began working as a corrections officer and recently graduated with his bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Reinhardt University.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF THESE OUTSTANDING ALUMNI!