Valdosta > Wiregrass Hosts Educational Ministries dinner

| January 14, 2015

Wiregrass-Georga-Tech-LogoVALDOSTA — Wiregrass Georgia Technical College recently hosted a dinner for local ministers. The dinner was co-sponsored by the college’s Christian Fellowship student organization (WGCF).

The purpose of the dinner was to share with the local ministers the educational opportunities offered at Wiregrass. Faculty and staff shared how one would enroll, the requirements, what to expect and more. Over 30 pastors from Lowndes County attended the dinner.

“The purpose of the dinner was to share with our local ministers what opportunities Wiregrass has to offer their congregations and surrounding communities from high school students to senior adults,” shared Brooke Jaramillo, Director of Recruitment. “Our local pastors are often asked to assist individuals who are looking to better their current situation, so we wanted to provide them with information they could share as needed.”

The pastors participated in a round table discussion and shared ways they could disseminate the information and impact lives positively. Wiregrass Tech’s mission is workforce development and impacting the local economy with educated and skilled employees.

For more information and educational opportunities at Wiregrass please visit www.wiregrass.edu.

Lydia Hubert: Director of Marketing and Public Relations

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