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The Association of Surgical Technologists Student Association promotes leadership and education for in program surgical technology students through planned activities within Wiregrass Georgia Technical College and through planned seminars around the state and nation. ASTSA is nationally affiliated with Association of Surgical Technologists.
Delta Epsilon Chi (DECA) is the college counterpart of the Distributive Education Clubs of America in high schools and consists primarily of students in the Marketing Management program. Collegiate DECA gives students the opportunity to match skills and knowledge with Marketing students at other colleges in areas such as management, decision-making, sales presentations, advertising, speech-making, individual research, and other areas related to the field of training. Collegiate DECA members participate in competitive events at the local and state levels that promote professionalism and leadership. Collegiate DECA leadership consists of club officers and a faculty advisor.
DATSO members advance the science of Dental Assisting Technology on their campus and in their community. They assist in establishing and maintaining high standards of education and training required for Certified Dental Assistant and Expanded Functions Duty Assistant Credential. The organization members participate in community service projects that promote the awareness of good oral health. DATSO members will also participate in a national conference each year to promote leadership skills in the field of Dental Assisting. This organization is only open to Dental Assisting students and membership dues are required.
National Technical Honor Society is an invitation organization. Full-time and part-time students are recommended for membership by their instructors, approved by the administration, and must meet local and national membership standards. Membership is determined by overall grade-point-average, work ethics, and professionalism.
Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is the college counterpart of the secondary-level Future Business Leaders of America and consists primarily of students in computer and business programs. PBL members organize and sponsor various activities on and off campus that promote leadership and professionalism. PBL members also participate in competitive events at the local, state, and national levels. PBL leadership consists of club officers and a faculty advisor.
SkillsUSA, Inc. is a student professional organization that consists primarily of students in technical and health occupations programs. SkillsUSA members participate in activities that promote leadership and professionalism through competitive events at the local, state, and national levels. SkillsUSA leadership consists of club officers and a faculty advisor. For additional information you can visit the SkillsUSA national website.
Society of Radiologic Technology Students is composed of students in the Radiologic (X-ray) Technology program. Students compete in local and state competition designed to promote technical and leadership skills in categories related to the education and training received in the program.
The Student American Dental Hygiene Association (SADHA) promotes and recognizes scholarship, service, and leadership among students and graduates of the Dental Hygiene Program at Wiregrass Georgia Technical College. The members attend annual conferences and seminars to attain leadership skills they can use in the Dental Hygiene field. They also participate in various local community service projects as a part of their membership. SADHA is only open to Dental Hygiene students and membership dues are required.
The Student Leadership Council (SLC) is a representative body of students composed of students from each diploma and degree program at Wiregrass Georgia Technical College. The purpose of SLC is to foster the general welfare of students and to provide a link between the student body and the college administration. Composed of representatives from each instructional program, governed by an SLC Constitution, and led by a staff of elected student officers, SLC voices students' issues concerning school policy, rules, and practices. SLC administers the student activity fee trust fund and contributes financially to support the projects of the other student organizations. SLC also administers the student activities trust fund by providing entertainment and activities for the student body during the year and by assisting other student organizations with financial assistance. SLC leadership consists of council officers and advisors appointed by the president of Wiregrass Georgia Technical College.
The mission of SVA is to provide military veterans with the resources, support, and advocacy needed to succeed in higher education and following graduation. SVA is a coalition of student veterans groups on college campuses across the globe. These member chapters are the "boots on the ground" that help veterans reintegrate into campus life and succeed academically. SVA is open to both veterans and non-veterans who would like to be supportive of veterans. SVA's leadership consists of club officers and faculty advisors. ADVISORS: Margaret Brogdon, Mark Pack, Jason Sams, Jacque Chandler, Christine Sherling .
The Wiregrass Georgia Collegiate Fellowship organization (WGCF) was created to support students, faculty and staff who desire to share devotional time while developing Christian leadership skills. All meetings are designed for members to share Biblical principles that relate to ethics in work and life. WCF has an affiliation with Baptist Collegiate Ministries of the Georgia Baptist Convention. Members actively participate in fellowship to help cope with change and stress, and to provide encouragement. The group hosts regular meetings on WGTC’s Valdosta, Ben Hill-Irwin, and Coffee Campuses, and have open membership regardless of denomination.
WHITS organized itself out of a necessity to proclaim its program's existence! Often HIT gets less attention compared to the other well-known vocational programs due to lack of knowledge about the subject. Information and technology is the foundation of healthcare quality. Through WHITS, students of varying types of backgrounds come together to network with each other in the realm of HIT and bring awareness to others. Members attend quarterly South Georgia Health Information Management Meetings to gain knowledge of healthcare issues in our region.