The Foundation hosts various events each year to engage the general community in fundraising that benefits the college.
Piedmont Technical College Golf Classic
The Piedmont Technical College Foundation and its partners gathered at The Links at Stoney Point on April 27 for the Annual Piedmont Technical College Golf Classic. We are grateful to all of our partners, sponsors, donors, and volunteers for making this event possible to raise money for student scholarships. Click here for more information on this year's tournament. Click here for Team Photos. Click here for Photo Album.
The Foundation assists students through various scholarship opportunities. The recipients of these scholarships represent a cross-section of talented individuals from Piedmont Technical College's academic programs. These scholarships help to retain the best and brightest talent for our local work force and provide educational opportunities to those who otherwise may not have been able to attend college. Scholarship recipients are recognized each spring with a luncheon.
The Cornerstone Society is an association of friends of the college who support the college through various estate planning tools and techniques. These society members are honored with a reception each November. In recognition of their support of Piedmont Technical College, members of the Cornerstone Society were recognized at the recent event. Dr. George and Laurie Cone joined the Cornerstone Society. Pictured are, from left, Jim Medford, chairman of the Piedmont Technical College Foundation; Laurie Cone; Dr. George Cone; Fran Wiley, assistant vice president for development with the Piedmont Technical College Foundation; and Dr. Ray Brooks, president of Piedmont Tech. For information on joining the Cornerstone Society, click here.
Annually, the Piedmont Technical College Foundation hosts a barbecue dinner for local, state and federal legislators to raise awareness of PTC’s vital role in the work force development of South Carolina’s Lakelands region. Legislators and PTC officials discuss the college’s essential function in the region, South Carolina’s current economic status and how the budget deficits would affect the services provided by technical colleges.