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Columbus Technical College
Overview:
Technical colleges in Georgia started taking shape just after World War II. Georgia was having difficulty attracting industrial development due to the shortage of a trained labor force. This led to the founding of a system of State Area Vocational-Technical Schools.In the mid 1950’s, a committee of the Columbus Chamber of Commerce was charged with finding a location for a vocational-technical school in Columbus. The committee consisted of Director of Vocational Education J. M. Caldwell, William Swift, A. Perry Gordy, and Guy Snavely, Jr. A second committee composed of M. C. Haley, J. W. Feighner, Gunby Jordan, Jr., and Allen Woodall, Sr. was charged with working on labor supply.

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