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Gwinnett Tech Annual Report 2022- 2023

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I am most proud of ensuring the opportunities for students and providing a qualified and sustainable workforce for the businesses and industries in Gwinnett.2 • 2022 Gwinnett Tech Annual Report

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A Message from thePresident2022…Another record-breaking year for Gwinnett Tech. We are pleased to present operational results for the college that reflect continued growth and mission accomplishments as we transition out of the now almost three-year pandemic. The information provided shows the tremendous resourcefulness and resilience of our faculty, staff, and, most importantly, our students. The college continues to leverage technology and ingenuity combined with an entrepreneurial spirit to meet and exceed our goal of providing Gwinnett and North Fulton counties with a qualified, sustainable, world-class, globally competitive workforce. Our 99% job placement rate indicates our programs are tied to the most in-demand careers and meet the needs of the area’s businesses and industries. In addition, you will find pictures of our historic groundbreaking on our new Emerging Technologies building and highlights of first-of-their-kind programs, such as our great partnership with FORD and their ASSET technician training program. Again, I am humbled by the continued support of the community and the leaders who ensure our students have access to educational opportunities and the generational life-changing programs the college offers. 2022 was great, but I firmly believe 2023 will be even better!D. Glen CannonPresident, Gwinnett Technical College

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Governor Kemp Helps BreakNew GroundGwinnett Tech’s New Computer Information Systems, Cybersecurity, and Emerging Technologies Building to Open in 20234 • 2022 Gwinnett Tech Annual Report 2022 Gwinnett Tech Annual Report • 5

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Gwinnett Technical College welcomed Governor Kemp and First Lady Kemp, state representatives, and county council members to celebrate the groundbreaking of the new $37.8 million, 82,200+ square foot Computer Information Systems, Cybersecurity, and Emerging Technologies Building.The new addition will support computer science students and feature a cybersecurity war room and gaming technologies room, multiple flex-use rooms, the addition of a new quad, 29 classrooms, a networking lab with a dedicated data center, and an eSports lab. However, cybersecurity is a primary reason for the new project. In addition to the new building, Gwinnett Tech is adding 36,000 square feet to building 100, including renovating and expanding the library, one-stop student service area, student life center, and new chemistry and physics labs. The library renovation includes new entrances, multiple study and meeting spaces, recording space for instructors and students, an increased number of computer stations, and the creation of the Center for Teaching Excellence. The One-Stop student service area renovation includes renovation and expansion of the existing area, adding a new and expanded entryway and additional enrollment stations to assist students with enrollment and registration. The Student Life Center will get a total overhaul with new gaming stations, new furnishings, and greater seating capacity to meet the needs of the growing student body, additional power and charging stations, and the installation of roll-up glass doors that lead to outside spaces. The project is expected to open in 2023. Artist rendering of new building2022 Gwinnett Tech Annual Report • 5

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Ford AssetProgramLaunchIn partnership with Ford Motor Company and local Ford and Lincoln dealers, Gwinnett Tech launched the Ford Automotive Student Service Educational Training (ASSET) program. The program provides Ford and Lincoln dealerships and their customers with technicians highly-trained in Ford service technologies and diagnostic and repair methods. This two-year program oers students a hands-on approach to learning.6 • 2022 Gwinnett Tech Annual Report 2022 Gwinnett Tech Annual Report • 7

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Technical College System of Georgia Names Gwinnett Technical College Instructor Jeff White 2022 Rick Perkins Instructor of the YearThe Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) named Gwinnett Technical College physics instructor Je White the winner of the Rick Perkins Award for Excellence in Technical Instruction at the State Leadership Conference in April. The Rick Perkins Award highlights excellence in technical instruction and recognizes the most outstanding instructors at the 22 TCSG colleges. As the award winner, Je White represents Gwinnett Tech and technical education for the year, including meeting with the Governor and addressing the Georgia General Assembly.Outstanding Faculty and Students8 • 2022 Gwinnett Tech Annual Report 2022 Gwinnett Tech Annual Report • 9

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EAGLE Runner-UpNatosha Banks-Nolley, Gwinnett Technical College’s Adult Education EAGLE award recipient, was named the first runner-up for the 2022 Dinah C. Wayne EAGLE Award at the state competition. As a result, Natosha received a $2,000 award; in addition, she was named the 2022 GED Graduate of the Year Award and received a $1,000 scholarship. She is currently studying Culinary Arts at Gwinnett Tech. GOAL Runner-UpGwinnett Technical College Nursing student Letisha Smith was named the Georgia Occupational Award (GOAL) of Leadership Runner-Up at this year’s State Leadership Conference. The GOAL program is sponsored at the state level by the Technical College System of Georgia to recognize technical education’s importance. “Words cannot express my gratitude to the tremendous talent within the professors and sta at Gwinnett Technical College. I am so thankful that everyone I have encountered at school has unequivocally understood the needs of both traditional and non-traditional students. Gwinnett Tech has allowed me to fulfill a dream in an amazing field. I am proud to represent Gwinnett Tech in the 2022 GOAL competition and even more proud to represent technical education overall,” stated Smith. Smith’s life goal is to open a clinic in underserved communities.2022 Gwinnett Tech Annual Report • 9

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11,066Credit Enrollment41% male59% femaleGender Breakdown6%92.5%.2%.2%9.3%3.9%36.1%1.7%22.6%25.9%99.1%65.7%Students hold a Bachelor’s degreeor higherRace and EthnicityIn-FieldPlacementRateJob PlacementRateAmericanIndianNative AmericanAsianTwo ormoreBlack/African AmericanUnknownHIspanic/LatinoWhiteRetentionRate10 • 2022 Gwinnett Tech Annual Report 2022 Gwinnett Tech Annual Report • 11

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2022 Gwinnett Tech Annual Report • 11FY 2022 Financial Information Revenue ExpendituresAdult Education 2,543,768.10 2,533,055.37 Economic Development 962,788.73 990,578.29 PY Econ Dev Reserves Used in FY22 31,389.56 - Technical Education 57,860,414.66 58,008,233.36 PY Tech Ed Reserves Used in FY22 167,368.28 - Agency and Student Financial Assistance (net) 25,329,584.18 25,310,436.20 Total 86,895,313.51 86,842,303.22 Unaudited - as reported on FY22 Statutory Basis Financials Excludes unused reserves and agency funds held for others

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Numbers at a Glance12 • 2022 Gwinnett Tech Annual Report 2022 Gwinnett Tech Annual Report • 13

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1,9461,69517$1,004,32213,9182,4952,20962.3%15%18%10%5%28%13%4%157 70210%12.3%7.2%3.1%2.1%13.0%4917591,065540 2,514ADULT EDUCATIONAWARDS CONFERREDENROLLMENT BY COUNTYDIVISION ENROLLMENTDUALENROLLMENTECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTGWINNETT TECH FOUNDATIONCONTINUINGEDUCATIONENROLLMENTAdult EducationEnrollmentBusiness SciencesComputer SciencesEngineering, Construction, Manufacturing and DesignHealth SciencesInterdisciplinary StudiesMiscellaneousNursing and Life SciencesNumber ofScholarshipsNumber ofStudents AssistedPublic and Professional ServicesGraduatesGwinnett Fulton DeKalb Barrow Forsyth All othercountiesEarned their GEDCompanies trainedTotal amount raisedCorporate Training HoursDegreeEnglish as aSecond LanguageStudents ServedDiploma Technical CollegeCertificate2022 Gwinnett Tech Annual Report • 13

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Mark Abrams, Vice-ChairAspen Information Systems Kim AnkerNorthside Hospital – Gwinnett & DuluthDean Collins, ChairAxis CompaniesJulie HaleyEdge Solutions, LLCSrinivas JallaGwinnett County GovernmentKaryn MullinsChief Technologist, Nursing and Allied GroupLativia Ray-AlstonPricewaterhouseCoopersRaymer SaleE2E Benefits Services, Inc.Deon TuckerGeorgia Power CompanyKali Boatright, SecretaryGreater North Fulton Chamber of CommerceMarshall BoutwellPeach State Federal Credit UnionJennifer BridwellGeorgia Banking CompanyDr. D. Glen Cannon, Ex OfficioGwinnett Technical CollegeAnthony ChenLighthouse FinancialCliff ClarkDiscovery PointLeigh GrantGeorgia Federal Credit UnionNorma Hepburn-BrownWellStarHerb Hoffman, ChairInfiniti and Subaru of Gwinnett Dan King, Director EmeritusKing & Spalding, RetiredSean Murphy, Director EmeritusProcurriMac Peden, Director EmeritusADP, Inc., RetiredSophia PittmanGwinnett Technical CollegeJudith Martinez SadriState of GeorgiaDr. Charan ShikhPrimary Care CenterTracey SmithsonPiedmont Eastside Medical CenterJ. Alvin Wilbanks, Director EmeritusGwinnett County Public SchoolsBoard of DirectorsBoard of Trustees2022 Gwinnett Tech Annual Report • 15

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Gwinnett Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. Please contact Lisa Richardson, Title IX coordinator, Section 504 coordinator, at, 678-226-6691, Building 100, Oce 708 if you have any questions. A Unit of the Technical College System of GeorgiaEDUCATION THAT WORKSGwinnettTech.edu5150 Sugarloaf Parkway, Lawrenceville, GA 30043 • 2875 Old Milton Parkway, Alpharetta, GA 30009