OFTC Again Receives $8,000 Donation from Jefferson EMC

OFTC was recently awarded $8,000 from the Jefferson Energy Cooperative through their OutReach for Education program, for use at the College’s Jefferson County Center in Louisville. Miranda Youngblood (R) presented the check to Jefferson County Center Director, Brandy Johnson (L).
 L-R: Brandy Johnson, Director of OFTC’s Jefferson County Center, and Miranda Youngblood, Member Services Manager for Jefferson EMC

Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC) was recently awarded $8,000 from the Jefferson Energy Cooperative through their OutReach for Education program for use at the College’s Jefferson County Center in Louisville.  

This is the fourth year in a row OFTC’s been a recipient of these funds.  

“OFTC does so much for the community,” penned Jefferson EMC President and CEO, Chris Dillard, in an award letter given to the College. “[OFTC] provides careers so people can support their families, education so our children can succeed in life, and the list goes on and on.  

One goal of Jefferson Energy Cooperative is to make life better for the people in the communities we serve,” Dillard added. “We are pleased to be able to partner with you in this small way to work toward achieving that goal.”  

The grant funds will be used to provide equipment and technology resources for students in the Nurse Aide program

For more info about OFTC and the Jefferson County Center, visit the College’s website, OFTC.edu



The mission of Oconee Fall Line Technical College, a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia, 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. The College offers associate degrees, diplomas, technical certificates of credit, and non-credit certificates in a student-centered learning environment through traditional and distance education modes of delivery.