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Kappa Sigma holds annual “Shave2Save” breast cancer fundraiser with funds to benefit local woman

GSW's Kappa Sigma chapter hosted their annual “Shave2Save” event on October 24. Each brother raised at least $75 for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, with a minimum of $150 needed to keep their hair. All proceeds were donated to Candice Hancock, an Americus local who is battling Stage 4 breast cancer. The ladies from Cuttin' Up Salon in Americus also donated their time to clean up the brothers' new cuts.

Check out the brothers’ interview with WALB News 10 and photos from the event on GSW’s Facebook page.

Kappa Sig Shave2Save 2018

GSW, Georgia Military College sign new agreement for Long-Term Care Management program

GSW and Georgia Military College (GMC) signed a new articulation agreement on Thursday, November 1, 2018 that is designed to ensure a smooth transition from associate degree programs at GMC to GSW’s new Long-Term Care Management (LTCM) program.

“We are excited to partner with Georgia Military College in educating the caregivers our aging and disabled communities desperately need,” said GSW President Neal Weaver. “We hope that in simplifying the transition from institution to institution, more students are encouraged to pursue long-term care as a career.”

Learn more about GSW’s new partnership with GMC here.

GSW GMC signing website

GSW signs new agreements with Georgia Military College and SGTC for Long-Term Care Management Program

GSW and South Georgia Technical College (SGTC) signed a new articulation agreement on Thursday, November 1, 2018 that is designed to ensure a smooth transition from associate degree programs at SGTC to GSW’s new Long-Term Care Management (LTCM) program.

“It’s a wonderful opportunity for our students to continue their education at Georgia Southwestern, but it’s also a great opportunity for the communities we serve because this is a much-needed position in our workforce,” said SGTC President John Watford.

Learn more about GSW’s new partnership with SGTC here.

GSW SGTC signing website

GSW launches scholarship program for new students in Southwest Georgia affected by Hurricane Michael

 

GSW has announced a new scholarship program, “Southwestern Promise,” which guarantees scholarships of either $1,000 or $2,000 to beginning freshmen who live in a 56-county region of Southwest Georgia.

GSW hopes this new program will lessen the financial burden of college for many high school students in the region who may have been impacted by Hurricane Michael’s aftermath.

“Hurricane Michael devastated much of our state, with Southwest Georgia taking the brunt of the impact,” said GSW President Neal Weaver. “In restructuring GSW’s scholarship granting process, we wanted to develop a program that both prioritizes the students and families of Southwest Georgia and supports academic excellence. We believe the ‘Southwestern Promise’ scholarship program does just that.”

To learn more about "Southwestern Promise" here.

Dr. Weaver at LCHS

 


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