CLARKESVILLE - The Information Technology Department at North Georgia Technical College (NGTC) has selected Chad Paul to join the support team. In addition, Sylvia Bey is a new English Instructor of the Currahee campus in Toccoa.<br />
Graduating this December with an Associate of Applied Science in Computer Information Systems, Chad's studies have focused on networking in particular. <br />
A native of Rabun County and graduate of Rabun County High School, he is the son of John and Denise Paul of Clayton. His sister, Brandi, has recently enrolled at North Georgia Technical College.<br />
SYLVIA BEY<br />
NGTC recently welcomed a new English Instructor, Sylvia Bey, to the Currahee Campus.<br />
Her background includes experience on a DSL helpdesk for BellSouth Business Systems as well as several years with the DeKalb County School System and the K12 Online Schools as the ESOL and Gifted Program Director.<br />
Bey lives with her husband, Mingo, and their two children, Solomon and Soleil, in Lawrenceville.
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