The Paulding Business Association last week helped one of the county’s own continue with his post-secondary education.
Alex Crenshaw, a 2010 graduate of Paulding County High School, is in his second year at Chattahoochee Technical College. The business management major now has an additional $1,000 to go toward his classes, as he became the fifth Chattahoochee Tech student to receive a scholarship from the PBA. Crenshaw was officially presented with his scholarship at the organization’s monthly luncheon Thursday.
See the presentation of the PBA’s scholarship and a few words from Crenshaw in the attached video.
Ron Dulaney, CTC associate provost for Paulding and Cobb counties, served as the guest speaker at Thursday’s luncheon. He highlighted some of the recent accomplishments and features of the nearly 11,700-student college, the largest technical college in the state. Fall enrollment at the college’s Paulding Campus stands at 1,126 students, Dulaney said, making it the school’s third-largest campus.
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The Paulding Business Association’s next meeting is set for Oct. 18. Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler is scheduled to speak at the event.