CPTC Foundation Purchases Scuba Immersion Suits for Commercial Fishing Program at Coastal Pines

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The Coastal Pines Technical College (CPTC) Foundation recently purchased Scuba Immersion suits for the Commercial Fisherman program for Dual Enrolled students in McIntosh County. This purchase was made possible through a donation from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources that has previously supported the Commercial Fishing program.

Thanks to donors and supports like the Georgia DNR, Coastal Pines is able to continue to support the dual enrollment program at McIntosh County.

For more information on the Commercial Fishing Program at Coastal Pines or to get started with Dual Enrollment classes, please visit www.coastalpines.edu.

Bottom row L to R: Zoey Ryals and Karon Gale
Back row L to R: CPTC Instructor Robert Todd, Alicia Joseph, Waylon Griffin, Carson Bradham and Dual Enrollment Coordinator Shauna Swain.


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