Search

Georgia Northwestern's Bobcat Blog

Get Focused. Get Hired.

DegreeWorks Helps Returning Students With Early Registration

Next week is Early Registration for returning students! (June 26-30) 

Do you know which classes you need?

18556869_10155323720709784_4780944495899384030_o (1)

 

Use “DegreeWorks” to check which classes you need to complete your program. To access “DegreeWorks,” go through MyGNTC. Just click the link below!

If you have trouble, please contact Dan

 

a Walker, Director of Degree Works at dwalker@gntc.edu or 706-295-6938 or speak with your advisor.

http://www.gntc.edu/resources/mygntc/degreeworks/

 

 

SkillsUSA National Qualifying Teams On The Contest Floor In Louisville LIVE!

Next Week Is HUGE For Fall 2017 At GNTC!

 

GNTC to Host Move On When Ready New Student Orientations at all Six Campuses

GNTC Robotics
Greg Smith (left), instructor of Robotics and Engineering at the Floyd County Schools College and Career Academy (FCSCCA), teaches Camron Roubieu (right), of Coosa High School, how to operate an industry-grade robot. Robotics and Engineering is a Move On When Ready program between FCSCCA and Georgia Northwestern that gives students the opportunity to earn college credits while still in high school. Students may also use the credits earned towards an industry certificate or associate degree.

(Floyd County, Georgia) – Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) will hold face-to-face orientations in July for high school students participating in the Move On When Ready (MOWR) Dual Enrollment Program.

 

The MOWR orientations will last approximately 1-2 hours and are only for high school students who are enrolled in the MOWR program at Georgia Northwestern. These sessions are separate from the orientations for new GNTC students.

 

Attending a Move On When Ready orientation session is not mandatory, but is encouraged. Registration is required prior to taking part in a MOWR orientation.

 

Georgia’s Move On When Ready Dual Enrollment Program allows qualified high school students to maximize their education and career training by taking courses that earn college and high school credit at the same time.

 

Any student in an eligible Georgia high school or home study program who has achieved required scores on the college placement exam, are eligible to take part in the MOWR program.

 

Placement tests for the MOWR program are provided at area high schools. Students that haven’t taken the placement exam can contact their high school counselor or a member of GNTC’s High School Initiatives staff.

 

All college coursework taken through the MOWR program is covered with MOWR funding. Students are not required to pay for tuition, college fees, or textbooks. The only fees students may be responsible for are course-specific fees determined by the college.

 

For three consecutive years, GNTC has had the largest number of MOWR students out of all of the technical colleges in the state of Georgia according to the “High School Collaborative Enrollment: Academic Year 2016” report issued by the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG).

 

“Our growth is still over 30% from last spring to this spring and we had 3,038 students enrolled in Move On When Ready,” said Kristi Hart, director of High School Initiatives at GNTC. “These students have taken 32,880 credit hours.”

 

Many MOWR courses also offer students the opportunity to earn an industry certificate. This gives students the option of either entering the workforce upon graduation from high school or continuing their education at a TCSG or University System of Georgia college. Either way, they begin their selected career path with a head start.

 

Listed are the MOWR new student orientations showing (from left to right) the campus, location, date, and time of sessions.

 

  • Catoosa County Campus, Ringgold, July 11 at 5 p.m.
  • Floyd County Campus, Rome, July 13 at 5 p.m.
  • Gordon County Campus, Calhoun, July 13 at 11:30 a.m.
  • Whitfield Murray Campus, Dalton, July 11 at 11:30 a.m.
  • Walker County Campus, Rock Spring, July 12 at 1 p.m.

 

To register online, go to https://ganorthwestern.webex.com, click on event calendar tab, and choose one of the MOWR orientations listed. For best results, use a computer, instead of a smartphone or tablet, to register online.

 

GNTC’s High School Initiatives staff may be contacted via email at mowr@gntc.edu, or by phone at 706.295.6865 or 706.272.2963.

 

Georgia Northwestern Technical College provides quality workforce education to the citizens of Northwest Georgia. Students have the opportunity to earn an associate degree, diploma, or a certificate in business, health, industrial, or public service career paths. This past year, 14,151 people benefited from GNTC’s credit and noncredit programs. With an annual credit enrollment of 7,956 students, GNTC is the largest college in Northwest Georgia. GNTC has an additional enrollment of 6,195 people through adult education, continuing education, business and industry training, and Georgia Quick Start.  For more information about GNTC, visit us at GNTC.edu or contact a Student Help Center on any one of our six campus locations at 866-983-4682.  GNTC is a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia and an Equal Opportunity Institution.

Get Focused. Get Hired! Early Registration is NEXT WEEK!

Interested in the growing career path of LOGISTICS and SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT?

Get Focused. Get Hired.

Early Registration for Returning Students is next week. (June 26-30)

Questions About Financial Aid?

“Have Questions about Financial Aid? Visit Financial Aid TV to learn more!” The direct link to our FA TV portal is https://gntc.financialaidtv.com/money-copy

Returning Students Register NEXT WEEK!

Early Registration for FALL 2017 begins NEXT WEEK!

(For returning students.)

What will you get focused on?

#getfocusedgethired

GNTC Hosts the 2017 Young Scholars Program for Rising Eighth-Grade Students, June 12-15

Emily Self (l) and Jade Lizin (r)
Emily Self (left) and Jade Lizin (right) of Rome Middle School prepare to launch a rocket as part of a project for an Aerospace Engineering class during the Young Scholars Program at GNTC, June 12-15.

 

(Rome, Georgia) – Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) is hosting the Young Scholars Program for rising eighth-grade students from Rome Middle School June 12-15.
Through the program, students take part in a variety of hands-on learning activities that provides a head start for the upcoming school year and offers insight into future career opportunities. This year’s Young Scholars Program focuses on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education and how it relates to various careers.
Teachers from Rome City Schools, and instructors and staff from GNTC, are working together to provide a quality, intellectually stimulating summer program for the week of July 12-15. Approximately 50 students from Rome Middle School are spending the week at GNTC engaged in various STEM programs and tours of the college.

 

Nebrea Askew (l) and Emma Breithaupt (r)_
Nebrea Askew (left) and Emma Breithaupt (right) of Rome Middle School design a helmet during the Young Scholars Program at GNTC, June 12-15.

 
“We are focusing on STEM-based learning to prepare the students for future careers,” said Holly Amerman, STEM and gifted coordinator for Rome City Schools. “This is the time in their lives where they may pick the path for their future careers.”
The students that attend the program are nominated by their teachers or principal for their excellent academic performance, outstanding character, and positive attitude. Activities during the week include hands-on learning projects in Process Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, and Aerospace Engineering.
“STEM will be helpful to the students no matter what career path they chose,” said Amerman.
Georgia Northwestern Technical College provides quality workforce education to the citizens of Northwest Georgia. Students have the opportunity to earn an associate degree, diploma, or a certificate in business, health, industrial, or public service career paths. This past year, 14,151 people benefited from GNTC’s credit and noncredit programs. With an annual credit enrollment of 7,956 students, GNTC is the largest college in Northwest Georgia. GNTC has an additional enrollment of 6,195 people through adult education, continuing education, business and industry training, and Georgia Quick Start.  For more information about GNTC, visit us at GNTC.edu or contact a Student Help Center on any one of our six campus locations at 866-983-4682.  GNTC is a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia and an Equal Opportunity Institution.

 

Lisa Peck (l) Rekiyah Blanton (r) Jenna Baker (c)
Lisa Peck (left), teacher at East Central Elementary School, gives Rekiyah Blanton (right) and Jenna Baker (center) of Rome Middle School some supplies to use in their project for Biomedical Engineering class during the Young Scholars Program at GNTC, June 12-15.

STEMulating Camp For Catoosa Middle Schoolers

Camp STEMulate in Catoosa County, Georgia
Roper Corporation Manager Don Gregg serves as the Master of Ceremonies for the Camp STEMulate “Egg Drop” project. Catoosa County Middle Schoolers were given a short amount of time and limited supplies to design a way to protect a nuclear device from being damaged as a result of a free fall. (In this exercise, the nuclear device was an egg and the free fall was a drop of approximately 12 feet.)

 

 

(Ringgold, Georgia) – Nearly 60 campers from Heritage, Lakeview, and Ringgold Middle Schools are spending the week at the Catoosa County Campus of Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) to take part in Camp STEMulate.

In cooperation with Mohawk Industries, North Georgia E.M.C., Roper Corporation, Shaw Industries, and GNTC, Catoosa County School students are getting first-hand, high-tech experience through this STEM camp. The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) program was first developed nearly a decade ago as a national project to help drive students towards excelling in these areas of study.

Among the areas students are receiving state-of-the-art training are Coding, Electronics, Rapid Prototyping, and Design. From learning how to design their own race cars to experiencing the manufacturing processes behind the flooring industry in Northwest Georgia, these young men and women are learning about many of the careers waiting for them in the region. More importantly, they are learning what it will take to excel in those careers.

The Youth Scholar Program administered in part by the Floyd County Schools on the Floyd County Campus of GNTC is also underway this week. The camps being held in Northwest Georgia are available in large part due to economic development efforts by the organizations, companies, and schools of the area. It is an effort to help grow the industries currently in the region, as well as companies set to call our area “home” in the future.

Georgia Northwestern Technical College provides quality workforce education to the citizens of Northwest Georgia. Students have the opportunity to earn an associate degree, diploma, or a certificate in business, health, industrial, or public service career paths. This past year, 14,151 people benefited from GNTC’s credit and noncredit programs. With an annual credit enrollment of 7,956 students, GNTC is the largest college in Northwest Georgia. GNTC has an additional enrollment of 6,195 people through adult education, continuing education, business and industry training, and Georgia Quick Start.  For more information about GNTC, visit us at GNTC.edu or contact a Student Help Center on any one of our six campus locations at 866-983-4682.  For information online, visit the college at GNTC.edu, as well as on GNTC’s Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Google+, WordPress, and YouTube channels. GNTC is a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia and an Equal Opportunity Institution.

 

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

 

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑