The Georgia Piedmont Technical College Foundation promotes technical education and expands educational opportunities for students at the college. Through the support of faculty, staff, and community donors, this community-based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization helps support students to stay in college and continue their education.
Ways to Give
The Georgia Piedmont Technical College Foundation offers a number of scholarships annually to attract, recognize, and reward outstanding students. Scholarships may be awarded based on financial need and/or academic merit. Scholarships are available to students who are currently enrolled or pre-registered in credit or non-credit programs. A student is eligible to receive up to two scholarships per academic year. Donors can endow and name a scholarship to honor an individual, business, or organization.
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Donors can establish and name an endowment, replenishing, or one-time-gift fund
An unrestricted fund used by the Foundation to provide needed resources for the college.
Newton Center and Public Service & Safety Academy (PSSA) Fulfills the lease-purchase for the Newton Campus Building D & Conference Center and provides renovations, equipment, and instructional resources for a new Public Service and Safety Academy and other programs in the building
Regional Transportation Training Center (RTTC)
Provides additional equipment, paving, and a new facility with classrooms, labs, and high-bays for the Regional Transportation Center
Hospitality and Tourism
Provides instructional resources for hospitality and tourism programs
Literacy, GED, and International Education
Allows for expansion of the adult and international education center in DeKalb County
Rockdale Career Academy Partnership
Expands our partnership with the Rockdale Career Academy to offer dual enrollment programs during the day and technical programs for adults in the evening in Rockdale County
Expands healthcare and biotech training by renovating areas in DeKalb and Newton, offering programs at the Rockdale Career Academy, and offering dual enrollment programs
Move on When Ready and Student Support
Provides merit-based and needs-based support for Move on When Ready students