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Lockstep Technology Group presents scholarship check for GMC technology students

(Pictured left to right: Curt Rauhut, Executive Vice President of GMC; Brian Afanador, Lockstep Technology Group’s Vice President of Sales; Jody Yearwood, GMC’s Vice President of Information Technology; Ken Dreon, Majority partner at Lockstep Technology Group; Lt. Gen. William B. Caldwell, IV, President of GMC.)

A metro-Atlanta based Information Technology engineering firm is providing additional financial assistance to GMC students interested in technology. On Friday, March 24, Lockstep Technology Group donated $5,000 to the Lockstep Technology Group Scholarship fund that was established and endowed last year. This gift is provided to grow that fund so that it can continue to support GMC students. The company is headquartered in Duluth, Ga and serves companies all over the United States.

The Lockstep Technology Group Scholarship provides financial assistance to any student attending one of GMC’s 13 campuses who are taking courses in a technology-oriented program. The scholarship covers a student’s tuition, fees, or books. To be a scholarship recipient, a student must maintain a full course load and initially have a cumulative GPA of 2.5. To maintain the scholarship, the cumulative GPA cannot fall below a 2.5, in which the scholarship will be withdrawn and awarded to a qualified recipient for the next academic year.

For more information on the Lockstep Technology Group Scholarship contact GMC’s College Relations Office at 478-387-0230.