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Milestones in the Developmentof GTCC Opened in 1958 as Guilford Industrial TechnicalInstitute (GTI) with 50 students and two classes Site previously housed the Guilford CountyTuberculosis Sanitorium (1924-1955) The Mission of GTI:“To give the people of Guilford County the training andeducation they need to compete in the job market.” The State Board of Community Collegesapproved GTI’s request to add a college transferprogram in 1983, and the institution becameGuilford Technical Community College.

Guilford County Tuberculosis Sanitorium(1924-1955)GTCC Presentation to SBCC

The Gazebo is the One Structurethat Remains from the Hospital it was built as a bus stop for hospital visitors.

How Times Have ChangedJune 11, 1967First Graduation CeremonyMay 7, 2015Annual Graduation Ceremony

GTCC is Still Focused on ServingIts CommunityVISIONCatalyst for SuccessMISSIONSupporting Success Through InnovativeEducation, Training and PartnershipsVALUESCollaboration, Learning, Accessibility,Excellence, Integrity, Inclusion6

Unique Programs andInitiatives at GTCC Guilford Technical Community College is the3rd largest of the 58 community colleges inthe North Carolina Community CollegeSystem. When looking at all highereducation institutions in the State of NorthCarolina, GTCC ranks 6th based upon size. Over the 50 years of its existence GTCChas been a leader in the development andoffering of cutting edge curricula andprogram initiatives.

Presidents Who Have Servedthe College Dr. Herbert F. MarcoDr. Luther R. MedlinDr. Woodrow B. SuggsDr. H. James Owen (Jim)Dr. Raymond J. NeedhamDr. Donald W. CameronDr. Randy Parker8

Fall 2015 EnrollmentFull Time Part Time Total 006-10/29/2015OtherUnknown

Enrollment Trends

Donald W. Cameron CampusVision for the Future

Donald W. Cameron CampusThe Business & Industry Center is the flagship building on the Cameron Campus. It offers a largeconference center, break-out rooms, a catering kitchen, a video conferencing room, flex labs andacademic classrooms. The facility also houses the North Carolina Center for Global Logistics. Thecampus is home to both the Global Logistics and Computer Technologies programs.11

AuditoriumThe Conference Centerincludes a 250 seat state-ofthe-art auditorium forteaching and training.There is also ample space forbreakout sessions withseveral pre-function andseminar rooms.

Industry Flex LabCurrent TrainingProcter & Gamble- Basic MechanicalPneumatics/Electro-pneumaticIndustrial ElectricityEcolab/Kay Chemical- Basic Mechanical Pumps andValves

Teaching WarehouseTeaching WarehouseThe warehouse is 5,000 square feet. It was fully equipped by a donation fromWarehouse Design Inc. located in Thomasville, NC. The working classroom isused as part of the Global Logistics Technology curriculum program and for avariety of continuing education programs.

Jamestown CampusLocated on the main Jamestown campus, the new parking deck has approximately 350parking spaces. Through the use of similar building materials and scale the parking deckeffectively blends in to the campus building-scape.

Jamestown Campus1417

Greensboro Campus10/29/2015

Center for Advanced ManufacturingThe future Center for Advanced Manufacturing will be a 250,000 square-footfacility located across from the main college campus in Jamestown. Plans forrenovating this facility are currently underway.

New Aviation CampusOur Aviation IIIbuilding and itwas designedwith state-of-theart virtual trainingsimulators,multiplecomputer labsand flexibleclassrooms. Thefacility houses ourCareer PilotTechnology andAvionics programsand is expected toreceive LEEDcertification.This is theflagship buildingfor our newaviation campus.18

Aviation Campus

High Point Campus

71 Degrees21 Diplomas63 CertificatesGTCC offers atotal of 155credentials.

Graduates by Credential Type2014-15

Spotlight ProgramEntertainment Technology Beginning in 2004, GTCC'sHigh Point campus becamehome to the Larry GatlinSchool of EntertainmentTechnology, a programthat originated in conceptin 2000. The program offers anAssociate of AppliedScience degree withoptions in RecordingEngineering, ConcertSound and Lighting, andMusic Business.

Spotlight ProgramEntertainment Technology(cont.) In 2014-15 EntertainmentTechnology served 257students. Entertainment Technologyhouses the new Center forCreative and Performing Artsvenue in downtown HighPoint. As the only program of itskind in North Carolina,GTCC’s program has gainedinternational attention andserves as a model for othercolleges and universities.

Spotlight Program- Aviation Aviation programming at GTCC began in1969 with the start of the AviationManagement Technology degree. In addition to Aviation Management, GTCC’sAviation portfolio has grown to include CareerPilot, Aviation Systems Technology andAviation Electronics Technology (Avionics),the largest in the state.

Spotlight Program - Aviation(cont.) In 2014-15 academic year, GTCC Aviation programsserved over 500 students and awarded 200credentials in a three building campus aroundPiedmont Triad Airport. This year a fourth degree option was approved tosupport the growing aerospace manufacturingindustry in the Triad. GTCC is rated as one of the top ten AviationSchools in the United States.

Spotlight Program - Nursing GTCC offers both the Associate Degree inNursing and a Diploma for PracticalNursing. In 2014-15 we served 270 students andawarded 98 credentials. GTCC has state-of-the-art simulationfacilities to promote student learning. Thisincludes a simulated “cadaver” model thatassists nursing students with anatomyconcepts during their program.

Spotlight Program –Union Square In Fall 2016, the GTCC nursing program will participate inthe establishment of Union Square Campus, an excitingpublic-private partnership in downtown Greensboro thatcreates a seamless educational pathway for participatingstudents This 84,000 sq. ft. campus will house 3 colleges of nursingoffering an Associate in Nursing through a Doctorate inNursing Practice. Initial educational partners include UNCGand North Carolina A&T with Cone Health as the communitypartner.

Spotlight Program Union SquareState-of-the-Art Medical Education andTraining Mini Hospital Setting Simulated: OR, ICU, Labor & Delivery,Home Health Care High Fidelity Mannequins Robotic Surgery Equipment Nurse and Physician Training Team Training including areas such as:Pharmacy and Physical Therapy

Spotlight Program –Union SquareProgramAssociates Degree / NursingAccelerated BSNRN to BSNDoctor of Nursing PracticeCertificatesStaff TrainingShared Simulation CenterGTCC NCA&T UNCG10045405023220100105282Cone28002800

Spotlight Program –Culinary Arts The Culinary program began atGTCC in 1997 and quicklybecame one of the most popularoptions for students. Operates in state-of-the-artkitchens / laboratories in theKoury Hospitality Careersbuilding. Provides lunch and dinner servicethree times a week to bothcollege and community patrons. Reservations can be made

Spotlight Program –Culinary Arts In 2014-15, the program hadapproximately 400 students and awarded100 credentials. We are currently evaluating an expansionto create a Baking and Pastry option.

A Lot is Going on inCorporate andContinuing Education Adult Ed Helping people get their high school credential Helping people learn functional English (ESOL) Occupational Training Short-term specific job skills tailored toward getting people jobs and filling the skillsgaps for employers that need workers HRD- Human Resource Development- teaching employability skills Specific Standalone Programs, such as Nursing Assistant, Real Estate, etc. Training individuals for jobs that are coming to the region- Examples: NCDepartment of Revenue Call Center Training, Sewing Machine Mechanics, etc. Small Business Center Helping budding entrepreneurs to become successful small business owners Business and Industry Training & Services Customized Training Program Direct relationship to Economic Development

Innovative Programs andOfferings in Corporate andContinuing Education NC Works Customized Training is funded by the NC StateLegislature to boost economic development. This programserves as an incentive to business as it helps companies trainand expand their workforce. Customized training programs are designed and implemented bylocal community colleges. GTCC generally has the largestnumber of customized training projects in the NC communitycollege system.What GTCC Has Done Year to Date:Trained & Helped Local Companies to CreateNew Jobs:2,526Total Cost Expended by the Legislature forProjects at GTCC: 3,304,60343

Area Companies Served by GTCCCustomized Training Programs

Innovative Programs andOfferings in Corporate andContinuing EducationGTCC’s Adult Education program is redefining how we help GEDgraduates maximize their potential and life-long earning capacity byutilizing a program called Basic Skills Plus. Currently enrolled GED student takes classes in a careertechnical field that is in high demand where it is possible toearn a living wage As long as the student is working toward a high schoolcredential, there is no tuition cost The student is job ready by the time graduation occurs.This process has allowed students to enterthe labor and job market at a rapid paceand has helped to decrease the overall skillsgap for employers seeking qualifiedworkers.45

Innovative Programs andOfferings in Corporate andContinuing EducationBasic Skills Plus Innovations at GTCC:National Aviation Consortium Quick Training: Students going through thisprogram have actually graduated with a GED and a short-term job-specificaviation credential. Students have gone from 0.00 income to 35,000within a few months working with Honda Aircraft.Other Basic Skills Plus Pathways: Nursing Assistant, Welding, Machiningand HVAC-R


program in 1983, and the institution became Guilford Technical Community College. Milestones in the Development of GTCC. GTCC Presentation to SBCC Guilford County Tuberculosis Sanitorium (1924-1955) it was built as a bus stop for hospital visitors. The Gazebo is the One Structure

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Person Title All GTCC Phone 336-334-4822 plus extension # Email Dr. Donna Lee Wright Program Director ext. #50739 Cell 940-781-8477 Mrs. Lauren Boyles Clinical Coordinator ext.50741 Cell 336-813-0551 Mrs. Tonya Seawell Radiography Instructor ext. 50740 Cell 336-408-7385

GTCC Email Reminders Introduction The Citibank feed contains ALL transactions, both DTS and MyTravel (SAP Concur). Any time a traveler uses the GTCC, transactions will show up in MyTravel, even when the traveler is using DTS for travel. As a result, DTS travelers who may have never used MyTravel will receive these emails when using their GTCC.

The Titan Email account ( provided to students by Guilford Technical Community College is the primary tool for official communication from the College to students. The College will send official messages to students at the address provided and expects students to review their GTCC

Travel Card Training . Welcome to COMTRAWING SIX! The Wing uses the Defense Travel System (DTS) for all travel requirements. To implement the order writing and travel claim system all hands must have an active government travel card. Use of the Government Travel Charge Card (GTCC) is mandatory. The GTCC must be used for all transportation,

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the Statement of Understanding and as approved on their DTS authorization. Cardholders can additionally use the card for PCS expenses. (5) Restricted users must contact their Chain of Command LPC to activate their GTCC once DTS orders are approved. (6) Cardholders will pay Citibank

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