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TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF THE LOWCOUNTRY SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Mike and Maggie Seymour “Pay It Forward” Scholarship in Nursing: Stephanie Singleton  Chief Matthew Clancy Criminal Justice Leadership Scholarship: Brooke Cushman, Aspen Eller  Dan Houston Thompson and Helen McCann Thompson Educational Scholarship: Alex Ponce  D.L. Scurry Foundation Scholarship: Jennifer Kane, Megan Carson  Ed and Mary Leary Scholarship: Stephen Kadas, Aaron Atkins, Joshua Pacheco, Jason Schiller … Keep Reading

Education

TCL to host open houses this fall

From staff reports  Those interested in learning more about any of the Technical College of the Lowcountry’s more than 60 program areas or career pathways, or TCL’s transfer degree program, will have an opportunity to do so this month.  The college will host two open houses, beginning with one of its largest areas of interest… Keep Reading

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TCL celebrates 1st Mitchell Award winner

From staff reports  The Technical College of the Lowcountry has named Angela Jackson the first recipient of the Frieda R. Mitchell Early Childhood Development Student Award.  According to a news release, Jackson exemplifies Mitchell’s vision for supporting students with a commitment to early education and child development. Jackson is a first-year student pursuing an Associate… Keep Reading

Education

TCL’s Gough selected to become Riley Fellow

From staff reports  The President of the Technical College of the Lowcountry, Richard Gough, joins distinguished leaders from across South Carolina to participate in the Diversity Leaders Initiative (DLI), an award-winning Furman University’s Riley Institute program.  Now in its 18th year, the program equips participants with tools and perspectives to leverage diversity to improve organizational… Keep Reading

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Former BMH, DHEC head tapped to serve on TCL’s governing board

From staff reports Rick Toomey has been appointed to the Area Commission for the Technical College of the Lowcountry by S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster. He will represent Beaufort County. Toomey earned his undergraduate degree in management science and master’s degree in hospital administration from Duke University. He also holds a Doctor of Health Administration from… Keep Reading