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Georgia Power Foundation presents scholarship check for non-traditional GMC students

(LTG William B. Caldwell, IV, president of GMC, Greg Tyson, Georgia Power's Milledgeville Area Manager, and Mark Strom, GMC's vice president and chief college relations officer.)

On February 16, Georgia Power’s Milledgeville Area Manager, Greg Tyson, presented a check on behalf of the Georgia Power Foundation to provide more scholarships for non-traditional students at Georgia Military College. The Georgia Power Foundation has been awarding scholarships to students at GMC for more than 15-years. Georgia Power and the Georgia Power Foundation have awarded scholarships totaling more than $30,000 to more than 70 non-traditional students at all of GMC’s campuses.

The Georgia Power Foundation scholarship is open to any non-traditional GMC student with a 2.0 GPA or above.