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Local Business Donates Medical Supplies to the CPTC Foundation

On Monday, August 8, 2022, Okefenokee EMS and Satilla Medical Supplies donated a large quantity of various medical supplies to Coastal Pines Technical College (CPTC) through the CPTC Foundation. Valued at around $5,000, this donation of IV supplies, catheters, immobilization, burn sheets, obstetrics, dressings, and other medical supplies to the CPTC Foundation will greatly benefit the Allied Health programs at the college. “We greatly appreciate the generosity and support from our...



Coastal Pines Foundation Hosts Charles Eames Travel Scholarship Luncheon

The CPTC Foundation recently hosted a luncheon on the Jesup Instructional Site for the Charles Eames Travel Scholarship. A total of 23 Travel Scholarships were awarded for the Summer Semester (not all awardees attended the luncheon) to students taking classes at the college. "Charles Eames is such a friend to Coastal Pines Technical College and the Foundation. He continues to support us in the times we live in. He has a passion for our students and their struggles to attend classes and...



Coastal Pines Automotive Students Awarded Scholarships

The CPTC Foundation recently awarded the Georgia Automotive Dealers Association (GADA) scholarship to 13 students in Automotive Collision and Automotive Repair programs for Summer Semester. Students in auto-technology, auto-collision, and other automotive related programs were eligible to apply for assistance from the Georgia Automobile Dealers Association Scholarship to offset any fees, costs of attendance, books, supplies and other educational expenses. Instructors Larry Carr and...



Coastal Pines Technical College Awarded the Dollar General Literacy Grant

The Coastal Pines Technical College (CPTC) Foundation has been awarded a $10,000 Grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation for fiscal year 2023 to be used for literacy needs in the Adult Education Program. The $10,000 award will be used to purchase state approved curriculum (i.e., KAPLAN GED Test Prep Plus and GED Exercise Books, ESOL books, subscription to educational news articles, virtual curriculum, etc.) along with supplies and materials (i.e., pencils, USB drives, white out,...



CPTC Foundation Hosts Successful Sporting Clays Tournament

The CPTC Foundation recently held it’s 7th Annual Sporting Clays Tournament at Dorchester Hunting Preserve in Midway, Ga. The event was a huge success even though there had been a 2 year delay due to the pandemic. There were a total of 29 teams that signed up to participate in the event. A special thanks goes out to the Lock Stock and Barrel Sponsors of the event – International Auto Processors, Cogdell and Mendrala, and a Special Supporter of CPTC. All shooters got an opportunity to...



Coastal Pines Technical College Foundation Receives a Donation from the Terry Thomas Foundation

The Coastal Pines Technical College (CPTC) Foundation received a $10,000 grant from the Terry Thomas Foundation. The Terry Thomas Foundation, located in Glynn County on Sea Island, was established in 2004. Ms. Thomas passed away in 2011, but her Foundation continues to have a powerful impact on her community. Susan Goodhue, Executive Director of the Terry Thomas Foundation presented the check to Stephanie Roberts, Executive Director of College Advancement with Coastal Pines Technical...



DNR and Coastal Pines Partner to Create Commercial Fisheries Scholarship

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (Jan. 7, 2022) – The Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and Coastal Pines Technical College (CPTC) Foundation today announced a new scholarship and endowment program to invest in the next generation of Georgia’s commercial fishermen. The “Georgia Commercial Fishing Sustainability and Resilience Endowment “and the “Georgia Commercial Fishing Scholarship,” funded by DNR’s Coastal Resources Division (CRD), will aid Coastal Pines Technical College...



Local Camden County Business Makes Donation to Coastal Pines

On The Green Salon and Day Spa in St. Mary’s recently made a donation of two facial machines to the Cosmetology program at Coastal Pines Technical College (CPTC). These two machines will be used by instructors to help current and future students with learning techniques that are being performed in the field by local professionals. “Special Thanks to the “On the Green Salon and Day Spa” in St. Mary’s for their donation of two facial machines to the Cosmetology program at CPTC....



Golden Isles Association of REALTORS Donates to the CPTC Foundation

Coastal Pines Technical College (CPTC) Foundation recently received a $1,000 donation from the Golden Isles Association of REALTORS and Multiple listing Service, Inc. This donation was generously given to the CPTC Foundation to be allocated to the general scholarship fund. This fund is in place to provide students in need of assistance with the costs associated with their education. For more information on the CPTC Foundation or to make a donation, please visit www.coastalpines.edu or...



Satilla REMC Donates to the Coastal Pines Technical College Foundation

The Satilla REMC Foundation donated $10,000 to the Coastal Pines Technical College (CPTC) Foundation. Their donation will be used toward scholarships for the Electrical Lineworker Program. The funds will be used to directly support the students and costs associated with the program, including tuition, books and supplies. Satilla REMC made another $10,000 donation to the general scholarship fund as well. This donation will help any student at Coastal Pines who needs additional financial...



Coastal Pines Foundation Receives Role Model Board Designation

Last week, the Technical College Foundation Association (TCFA) announced Coastal Pines Technical College’s (CPTC) Foundation as receiving the designation of “Role Model Board.” A Role Model Board is one in which all Trustees are actively engaged in the work of the board, through regular attendance at board and committee meetings, college and foundation events, participation in leadership activities, personal professional development, and fundraising on behalf of the board. Coastal...



Coastal Pines Technical College Foundation Welcomes New Trustee

Coastal Pines Technical College (CPTC) Foundation Board of Trustees welcomes their newest Trustee, Dr. Edie Baxley from Appling County. She joins the CPTC Foundation Board of Trustees as the first-ever representative from Appling County. Larry Paulk Chairman of the Board of Trustees feels that Dr. Edie Baxley will be a great addition to the Board of Trustees and will bring focus to the Appling County area. Dr. Baxley will serve a 4-year term on the Board of Trustees. CPTC Foundation Trustees...