Education Notes: CEC plans HOPE workshop, College Probe Fair and Career Day this fallFrom Staff Reports
Coweta County’s Central Educational Center will hold a HOPE Scholarship workshop Sept. 6 at 6 p.m., the first in a series of fall exploratory events for students.
CEC’s annual Open House and College Probe Fair is set for Oct. 1 from 6-8 p.m. The annual Probe Fair is open to all Coweta County high school students, and usually includes representatives from more than 50 universities, colleges and technical schools. Representatives provide interested students with admissions materials and discuss the various offerings at their respective schools.
For more information on upcoming events, contact Nora Ann Wood, CEC counselor, at 678-423-2000, ext. 292
ASU to create new alumni chapter in Newnan
An informational meeting for the new Newnan Chapter of the Alabama State University Alumni Association chapter will be held July 21 at 11 a.m. at Golden Corral, 605 Bullsboro Drive, Newnan.
At the Dutch-treat luncheon meeting, prospective members are asked to forward ideas to help formulate the new chapter, reconnect and network with other ASU Hornets. The goal is to promote and preserve the university’s vision, goals, traditions, alumni growth and engagement.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or search for the group on Facebook.
Coweta/Fayette UGA alumni to meet July 19
The UGA Alumni Association of Coweta and Fayette counties will hold a chapter interest meeting July 19 from 6:30-8 p.m. at Mellow Mushroom in Peachtree City, 275 Hwy. 74 North.
UGA alumni interesting in connecting with the association are invited to join other members for dinner. Guests, who will discuss leadership roles and growing the Coweta/Fayette chapter, are responsible for the cost of their own food and beverages.
For information, contact Heather Johnson at email@example.com .
Emory University: (Newnan) – Jordan Mills, AA; Zachary Vann, AA; Helen Stanley, BA; Alexander Carstairs, BS; Hilary Brown, BS in nursing; Nicholas Sears, Doctor of Law; Colleen Reynoso, Doctor of Philosophy; Milan Patel, MBA; Moketa Lann, undergraduate certificate – School of Medicine. (Sharpsburg) – Andrew Teal, MA in teaching; (Palmetto) – Kenan Preston, BS in nursing; (Hogansville) – Jenna Thomason, Master of Public Health/Doctor of Medicine; (Fayetteville) – Shaista Lalani, AA; Khatdija Meghjani, AA; Danielle Deane, BA; Oluwatominsi Falegan, BA; Chinedum Onyeka, BA; Hannah Rogers, BA; Kristy Pitts, BS.
Mercer University: Allison Marie Rohan of Newnan, BS in nursing.
Thomas University: Kirk R. Hampton of Newnan; Brian Keith Hodges of Sharpsburg.
Emory College: Peter Boudreau of Newnan; Hannah Rogers of Fayetteville.
Georgia Southwestern University: Morgan Ford Sr. of Sharpsburg, justice studies major.
Northwestern College: (With Highest Honors) Lindsey Bjornstad, daughter of Jay and Vernes Bjornstad of Sharpsburg, elementary education major.
Oxford College: Shaista Lalani and Khatdija Meghjani, both of Fayetteville.
Oxford College: Jordan Mills and Zachary Vann, both of Newnan; Anthony Chirillo of Senoia; Krysten Johnson of Sharpsburg.