Welding and Joining Instructor Wayne Henderson speaks with some recruits about his program at Georgia Northwestern Technical College during FutureFest hosted by Dalton Public Schools February 1. Approximately 3,000 students were in attendance from Dalton Public Schools.

Dalton Public Schools hosted their First Annual Future Fest at the Dalton Convention Center February 1. Approximately 3,000 students were on hand to visit with the colleges and companies of Northwest Georgia.

Georgia Northwestern Technical College brought booths from 10 different areas to be able to share with the recruits from the Dalton Public School system. On display for GNTC were Business Administration Technology, Business Management, Computer Support Technology, Early Childhood Care and Education, Industrial Systems Technology, Logistics and Supply Chain Management Technology, Social Work Assistant, Welding and Joining Technology, Dual Enrollment, and Recruiting and Admissions.

The students in attendance were mainly from eighth through 12th grade.

Cora Pyles, left, and Niki Hammock with GNTC High School Initiatives took their morning to speak with approximately 3,000 students in attendance from Dalton Public Schools at FutureFest on February 1.

Program Director and Instructor of Web Design and Computer Information Systems Rocky Spurlock speaks with some recruits about his programs at Georgia Northwestern Technical College during FutureFest hosted by Dalton Public Schools February 1. Approximately 3,000 students were in attendance from Dalton Public Schools.