Sheriff Proctor Awards 3 with Lifesaving Award

“I am extremely proud of the three Officers that kept calm, used the first aid and CPR training they received, which saved the life of the inmate that was unresponsive." - Sheriff Proctor

WIOA Participant Working to Graduate From Coastal Pines Technical College

Marlena participated in WIOA work experience at Coastal Pines Technical College Adult Education Program while attending GED classes in Jeff Davis County.

Georgia Power Continues to Give Back to Coastal Pines Technical College

“The Georgia Power Foundation has been a longtime supporter of the Coastal Pines Technical College’s electrical lineman, air conditioning technology and general scholarship programs."

Coastal Pines Technical College Medical Assisting Student Shines

Jodian Fuller, a Medical Assisting student at Coastal Pines Technical College’s (CPTC) Golden Isles campus has received several accolades during her time at Coastal...

Coastal Pines Technical College Student Receives GED at Glynn Detention Center

Coastal Pines Technical College (CPTC) announced late last week that another student has received a GED at the Glynn County Detention Center. CPTC said it...

CRD begins annual survey of shark, red drum

The Coastal Resources Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources today began its annual Adult Red Drum and Shark Longline Survey of the Georgia...

Kingsland Named One of Georgia’s 50 Safest Cities

The City of Kingsland has topped an annual rankings list for being one of the safest cities in the Peach State. The 5th annual 'Safest...

Lewis and Raulerson, Inc Donate to Coastal Pines Technical College Foundation

This particular donation was made to the Environmental Horticulture Program at CPTC and will go to benefitting students that are pursuing horticulture as their program of study

Donation to Encourage Healthy Choices

The recent Student Health Survey revealed a large gap in perception between the number of students who believed their peers are engaged in underage drinking and how many students are really engaging in this dangerous practice.