David T. Clark Awarded Brandon T. Lawrence Scholarship

The Brandon T. Lawrence Scholarship was awarded to David T. Clark, a senior at Wheeler County High School (WCHS), by the Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC) Foundation South during his high school honors ceremony, May 12.  

Clark was presented the Brandon T. Lawrence Scholarship by OFTC high school coordinator Robbie Hobbs.
Clark was presented the Brandon T. Lawrence Scholarship by OFTC high school coordinator Robbie Hobbs.

David T. Clark is an honor graduate and completed the Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welder Technical Certificate of Credit through participation in OFTC’s Dual Enrollment program. He plans to continue at OFTC this fall to complete his Welding and Joining Technology Diploma. 

The Brandon T. Lawrence Scholarship,  founded by the Douglas Price family, was established through the OFTC South Foundation in memory of Brandon Timothy Lawrence who lost his life on February 6, 2004, in a car accident. Because of Lawrence’s zest for life, high academic achievements, and love of people, his family established this scholarship. 

The scholarship is awarded annually to a graduating senior from Wheeler County High School who will enroll at OFTC following high school graduation. 

The purpose of the scholarship is to award a student from WCHS who has a genuine desire to complete a diploma or degree in technical education through attaining academic excellence while exhibiting outstanding moral character and a determination to succeed in life. 

For information on the Brandon T. Lawrence Scholarship, OFTC’s Foundations or establishing a scholarship, contact Kathy Aaron, OFTC’s Executive Director for Institutional Advancement, at kaaron@oftc.edu or 478-553-2148. 

To learn more about OFTC’s 140+ programs of study, visit the college’s website, OFTC.edu


About OFTC

The mission of OFTC is to contribute to the economic and workforce development of east central Georgia through quality technical and continuing education, adult education, and business and industry services. OFTC offers associate degrees, diplomas, technical certificates of credit, and non-credit certificates. And the College offers a student-centered learning environment through traditional and distance education modes of delivery. 

About TCSG

The 22 colleges of the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) are Georgia’s top resource for skilled workers. Because TCSG offers world-class training in 600 associate degree, diploma and certificate programs, students are trained on state-of-the-art equipment by expert instructors.

And the system houses Georgia’s Office of Adult Education. So, this area promotes and provides adult literacy and education programs throughout the state, like the GED and HiSET.

TCSG partners with companies through Quick Start, the nation’s top customized workforce training program, and through its individual colleges, who work with local industry to provide workforce and training solutions. For more information, visit www.TCSG.edu