Greenville Technical College News
Browse past news stories for Greenville Technical College in Greenville, SC.
- Bosch Community Fund supports dual enrollment at Greenville Technical College
A $25,000 grant from the Bosch Community Fund is providing scholarship assistance for high school students enrolled in Greenville Technical College STEM courses. The ...
- Area manufacturers work alongside Greenville Tech apprentices to build workforce
With recent additions including the Center for Manufacturing Excellence (CMI) and the four-year bachelorette program at ...
- Free 4D ultrasounds at Greenville Technical College - WSPA.com
GREENVILLE, SC (WSPA) Moms-to-be can get free ultrasounds at Greenville Technical College through November. The tests are done by students in the diagnostic medical sonography program. There are n ...
- â€œMarch for Babiesâ€
- Greenville Technical College launches Workforce Pathways Scholarship - Upstate Business Journal
Greenville Technical College's Division of Corporate and Career Development is offering a new Workforce Pathways Scholarship that will provide up to $2,000 per student per term fo ...
- Unsung Heroes honored at Greenville Technical College - Greenville News
Greenville Technical College recognized members of the community and the college who act unselfishly in service to others. This year, the Unsung Heroes awards even ...
- Greenville Technical College to offer veteran scholarships - Travelers Rest Tribune
GREENVILLE, S.C. â€“ Local veterans now have another avenue to further their training and careers at Greenville Technical College. Veteran Scholarships Forever, a scholarship program we wrote about in July 2014, is set up to provide funding f ...
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The coronavirus pandemic has changed the 2019-20 school year for over 14 million college students. Read on to learn the impact of COVID-19 on current students and how colleges around the country are reacting.