ATC Broadband supports "Bridging the GAP" fund drive for SGSC Students
The South Georgia State College Foundation recently completed a Bridging the GAP Fund Drive to support students on the Douglas Campus with financial need who may fall short in covering their full tuition balance preventing them from attending. The SGSC Foundation would like to express its appreciation to ATC Broadband for their support as a Signature Benefactor level donor.
Ms. Walda Kight, vice president for institutional advancement, states, "Due to the generosity of ATC Broadband, more students at SGSC will have the opportunity to obtain a college degree and pursue their professional dreams. We are so fortunate to have supporters like ATC Broadband who support our mission and understand how obtaining a college degree can change lives and help our region grow."
ATC Broadband has been a supporter of the SGSC Foundation's work for several years, and this most recent contribution ensures the continuation of this important educational partnership. The SGSC Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization created to support SGSC's Douglas Campus through scholarships as well as campus programs and initiatives not funded by the state of Georgia. Contributions to the SGSC Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent of the law. For more information about supporting the SGSC Foundation or to make a contribution, please call (912) 260-4274.
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In attendance for the presentation were (left to right) Mr. Kevin Brooks, President; Ms. Walda Kight SGSC Vice President for Institutional Advancement; Mr. Teddy Solomon, CEO; Dr. Ingrid Thompson-Sellers SGSC President; Ms. Briana Taylor, Director of Marketing; and Mr. Nathan Lingenfelter, VP Sales - Priority Accounts.
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