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    Free Microsoft Office for Students

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Did you receive a new computer or tablet this Christmas and are looking to upgrade your software? Chattahoochee Technical College is now providing Microsoft Office to every student free of charge. The latest version of the full Office productivity suite includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, and Access (Publisher and Access available for PC only). Students will have access to both offline and online versions to help prepare for class as well as to complete assignments and projects.

    Students will be able to do the following:

    • Install on up to five compatible PCs and Macs, plus five tablets (including iPad)
    • Use with OneDrive for automatic device syncing
    • Gain valuable skills on the world’s most popular productivity software
    • Use the same programs as your professors to ensure full file fidelity

     

    To get your Office follow these steps:

    1. For PC and Mac:
      1. Visit Office.com/GetOffice365
      2. Click through to install and follow the onscreen process
      3. On the installation page select your language and click install
    2. For iOS and Android:
      1. Download from your app store

     

    You will need your Chattahoochee Technical College email address to sign in.

    For more information about the College’s programs of study and financial aid opportunities, visit ChattahoocheeTech.edu.

    Get Your Interior Design Degree at Chattahoochee Tech

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Interiors students at CTC have been finding employment in furniture design and with such design companies, including showroom design, photography sets, and even designing furniture themselves.

    No matter how big or small the space, an interior designer can completely transform any room in a home or office through careful design, attention to detail, and limitless creativity. Interior designers are also very well compensated for their work, as the median pay for interior designers in 2012 was $47,600 per year.

    After you earn an Interiors Associate of Applied Science Degree from Chattahoochee Tech, you’ll be prepared for a career in a number of different fields, including:

    Residential Construction

    Residential construction companies are looking for interior design professionals with a keen eye for details and a passion for creating beautiful interior spaces. Whether you help pick out the cabinets for an entire development or decorate a model home, your skills will be put to the test when working for a residential construction company.

    Architecture

    Architectural firms also turn to interior designers to help bring a sketch to life. Your creativity and eye for color and detail will help round out any interior design plans that are brought to you. Using the skills you acquire at Chattahoochee Technical College, you will be able to apply interior design fundamentals to provide clients with a compelling look at their home, business, or office.

    Entrepreneurship

    Career training in interior design will also provide opportunities for self-employment. If you have an entrepreneurial spirit and the drive to be successful, you can go into business yourself as an interior designer or consultant. As your own boss, you get to set your own hours and enjoy a bigger piece of the pie. 

    If you want to explore a career in interior design, contact Chattahoochee Technical College. Our well-rounded Interiors program will teach you all of the skills needed to be a successful interior design professional. Visit our website to learn more about this or any other career training course we offer. If you have questions about adult education courses in Georgia, please call CTC at (678) 984-4958.

    Which Chattahoochee Tech Program is Best for You?

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Check out this quiz from Chattahoochee Tech! We can help you figure out which program is best for you. For more information and to learn more about registering for classes call us today!

    Preparing for and Preventing the Flu this Season

    Last updated 2 years ago

    If you’re planning on going to the mall or a department store to do some shopping, you may pick up more than you bargained for. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says Georgia is currently experiencing a widespread flu outbreak.

    The organization states most healthy adults may be able to infect others beginning one day before symptoms develop and up to five to seven days after becoming sick. Some, such as young children and people with weakened immune systems, might have the ability to infect others for an even longer time.

    Affecting the nose, throat, and lungs, Influenza (flu) spreads mainly by droplets through coughing, sneezing, or talking. However, there are some simple steps to help prevent contracting the virus, such as frequently washing your hands with warm, soapy water. While the CDC recommends healthy individuals ages two and up be vaccinated for the flu each year, getting the vaccine is no guarantee that you will not get the flu as the virus can mutate into other strains of the virus not included in the vaccine. As with all vaccines and medications, do your research and evaluate your personal risk factors before taking them.

    To learn if you or others in your home are acceptable candidates for the vaccine, visit http://www.cdc.gov/flu/protect/vaccine/index.htm.

    For adults, emergency warning signs of flu sickness include:

    • Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
    • Pain or pressure in the chest or abdomen
    • Sudden dizziness
    • Confusion
    • Severe or persistent vomiting
    • Flu-like symptoms that improve but then return with fever and worse cough

    Most people who have flu do not need medical care or antiviral drugs and can simply stay home for at least 24 hours after the fever is gone and avoid contact with others. While recovery time is generally less than two weeks, if you have symptoms of flu and are in a high risk group, you are more likely to get flu complications that can result in hospitalization.

    If you’re caring for someone sick at home with the flu, the CDC suggests making a separate sick room, if possible, to help prevent other family members from contracting the flu. The person with the flu should have his or her own bathroom, toiletries, and dining utensils.

    For more information on prevention, visit http://www.cdc.gov/flu/

    Staying Safe and Protecting Property on Campus

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Colleges everywhere should be a safe haven for personal growth and discovery. Unfortunately, criminal activity can happen anywhere. While Campus Police greatly minimizes your risk of being the victim of a crime while at CTC, the college encourages students to take precautions to protect themselves and their personal property.

    This is especially true during the winter months when shorter days lead to longer nights and more opportunity for would-be criminals to act in the dark. To make sure nothing comes between you and your adult education courses, here are some tips for staying safe on campus.

    Stick Together

    The best way to stay safe is to stick together in groups, especially when travelling from one place to the next. Ask classmates if they wouldn’t mind walking to the parking lot in a group after class gets out. Even if you’re just walking across campus, it’s better to walk in a group than to walk by yourself, especially after dark.

    Make Arrangements

    Be proactive about your safety. If you know you will be getting out of class after dark, try to park as close to a well-lit building as possible. You may also want to arrange a ride if you are getting out of class late. If you have a long walk to your vehicle, consider requesting an escort by Campus Police by calling 770-529-2311.

    Be Aware and Stay Alert

    Safety is all about awareness. Pay attention to your surroundings at all times and remember that many criminal acts are considered crimes of opportunity. Avoid leaving personal items such as textbooks, phones, tablets, and computers unattended on campus. If leaving these items in your vehicle, make sure they aren’t visible through your windows and that you always lock your doors, even if you think you’ll only be a way for a few minutes.

    Try to take routes that are well trafficked and well lit. Avoid being isolated with someone you don’t know. Have your cell phone out whenever you are walking across campus or to your vehicle, and be prepared to call Campus Police at 770-529-2311 for help the instant a dangerous situation arises.

    Chattahoochee Technical College would like to help you obtain a valuable education in a safe and welcoming environment. We have eight campuses in north Georgia to serve you, and many of our coruses can be completed partially or entirely online. For additional information about our certificate and degree programs, career training opportunities, facilities, and enrollment policies, visit ChattahoocheeTech.edu, or call 678-384-4958.

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