Monday November 30th, 2015 1:55PM

Sisengchanh named NGTC Admissions Assistant

By Ken Stanford Reporter
CLARKESVILLE - North Georgia Technical College announces that Dolly Sisengchanh is the new full-time Admissions Assistant on the Clarkesville Campus.<br /> <br /> Sisengchanh is a graduate of NGTC, receiving her diploma in Business Administrative Technology in 2007 and her Associates Degree in 2012. During two years of her studies, she held a work-study position in the Student Affairs office, primarily assisting with the receptionist and admissions roles.
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