Students Named 2017 TOOLS Recipients

Sixteen Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC) students were awarded necessary tools required in their career fields during the 18th ‘Annual Tools for Outstanding Occupational Leadership Students’ (TOOLS) program ceremony, Tuesday, January 24.

Sponsored by the OFTC South Foundation, the Louie & Evelyn Livingston Family Foundation, and Morris Bank, the TOOLS recipients garnered essential tools, from stethoscopes to toolboxes to daycare items, that will allow them to get a jump-start on their careers once they graduate from their program.

The recipients were nominated by their instructors and completed an application and interview process. This year’s recipients were:

LaKendra Alford, Pharmacy Technology (Dublin);

Makayla Boyt, Medical Assisting (Dudley);

Brandon Brantley, Radiologic Technology (Rentz);

Christopher Brantley, Air Conditioning Technology (Dublin);

Kristin Brantley, Radiologic Technology (Hardwick);

Colby Coleman, Diesel Technology (Eatonton);

Roy Guyton, Welding Technology (Dublin);

Kimberly Hall, Respiratory Care (Warthen);

Thomas Hartley, Air Conditioning Technology (Harrison);

Serena Johnson, Cosmetology (Danville);

Kathy Misner, Nursing (Rentz);

Blake Morgan, Respiratory (Dublin);

Christina Skipper, Early Childhood Care and Education (Cochran);

Craig Smith, Electronics (Montrose);

Michael Thompson, Machine Tool Technology (Dublin);

Nakeja Waters, Medical Assisting (East Dublin).

Sixteen OFTC students were honored during the college's 18th Annual Tools for Outstanding Occupational Leadership Ceremony. Pictured are the 16 students and sponsors from the Louie and Evelyn Livingston Family Foundation and Morris Bank.

Sixteen OFTC students were honored during the college’s 18th Annual Tools for Outstanding Occupational Leadership Ceremony. Pictured are the 16 students and sponsors from the Louie and Evelyn Livingston Family Foundation and Morris Bank.