Study shows OTC’s impact to region:$30 million

Written by  Monday, 10 March 2014 11:12

  Selig Center director Dr. Jeffrey M. Humphreys OTC was responsible for 393 jobs in both the public and private sectors.  He said the $6,651,253 in state funds received by OTC supported 3,220 students resulting in the nearly $30 million in local spending whichalso helped in sustaining college related jobs.


  Humphreys said all the schools in the technical school system, including Ogeechee Tech, had substantial impacts on the local economies.  He said the schools contribute to the creation of jobs, higher incomes and more goods and services for households and businesses.


  Ogeechee Tech president Dawn Cartee said the college’s made a significant impact on the region by sustaining the local economy and attracting business and industry to the area.

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