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Thursday July 2nd, 2015 7:10PM

NGTC announces new Student Affairs Specialists, other personnel moves

By Ken Stanford Reporter
CLARKESVILLE - Patrick Ledford is North Georgia Technical College's new Student Affairs Specialist. He will be visiting high school campuses as well as job and career fairs, providing information about the college's three campuses.<br /> <br /> Kallan Williams has accepted the position of Director of Retention and Student Navigation Services (Student Navigator) at NGTC. Beginning this Academic Year, the Technical College System of Georgia created this position, and each of the colleges in the system will have a Student Navigator. Williams will provide information to faculty and staff on targeted career and educational pathways, among other things.<br /> <br /> Dusty Bolman has joined the full-time faculty of the NGTC Welding and Joining Program.
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