The South Georgia Technical College (SGTC) Automotive Technology advisory committee recently held a meeting in the Morgan Transportation building on the SGTC Americus campus. The committee’s main purpose is to assist SGTC faculty and staff in improving the Automotive Technology program. During the meeting, instructors Brandon Dean and Carey Mahone provided updates on program changes, enrollment, community activities, and student news. The committee members also share information on suggested curriculum improvements, new training opportunities, employment/internship opportunities, and salary levels for students. Present at the meeting were David Miller, Ron Peacock, and Matt Kiley of Miller Auto Parts, as well as instructors Starlyn Sampson and Kevin Beaver, and Academic Dean Dr. David Finley. The advisory committee plays a crucial role in equipping SGTC instructors with the latest information and ensuring students are prepared for the workforce upon graduation. To learn more about Automotive Technology and other programs at SGTC, visit www.southgatech.edu. Fall C-term classes will begin on October 11.