June 10, 2011
Piedmont Technical College recently held its annual Scholarship luncheon. The following recipients were among those honored:
Two Piedmont Technical College students recently received the Lakelands Homebuilders Association of Greenwood Scholarship at the annual scholarship luncheon. Pictured are, from left, John Cobb, membership chair; Sumpter Cureton, a building construction technology student from Newberry; Marion Moore, president; and John Jordan, a BCT student from Gray Court. The scholarship is awarded annually to BCT students based on academic achievement.
Two Piedmont Technical College students were recently awarded the Access and Equity Scholarship. Pictured, from left, are Gregory Stewart, an associate in arts student from Newberry and Steve Coleman, director of College Outreach and scholarship presenter. Not pictured was LaRoslond Gibbs, an accounting major from Newberry. Awarded annually, the scholarship is based on academic standing, volunteerism and faculty and advisor recommendations.
Two Piedmont Technical College students recently received the Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon. Hilary Bell, a respiratory care student from Abbeville (left), is congratulated by Evelyn Beck, English instructor and Phi Theta Kappa advisor. Not pictured is Linda Ramey, a computer technology student from Greenwood. Supported through the fundraising events of the PTC’s Omega Chi Chapter, the scholarship is awarded annually to active members. Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society for students of two-year colleges.
Three Piedmont Technical College students were recently awarded the Medford Family Foundation Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon. Pictured are, from left, Tina Woodard, an associate degree nursing major from Ninety Six; Samantha Sutton, a practical nursing student from Abbeville; Dr. Ray Brooks, president of Piedmont Tech; and Tracie Bowie, an ADN student from Abbeville. This scholarship is available to a student majoring in Nursing, Industrial Technology, Graphic Arts, Business, Massage Therapy or Automotive Technology who exhibits leadership abilities, academic achievement and financial need.
Piedmont Technical College student and automotive technology student Matthew Pollard from Hodges recently received the Automotive Technology Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon. The scholarship is awarded annually to an automotive technology student with a GPA of 3.0 or greater and financial need.