OFTC to Host Laurens County Probe Fair in Dublin, Monday, Nov. 7 

Laurens County Probe Fair

Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC) will host the Laurens County Probe Fair in the Dublin Campus Porter Center, Monday, November 7, from 9:00 – 10:30 AM.  

Probe is an annual program of college fairs that are held throughout the state of Georgia. The program is managed by the Georgia Education Articulation Committee (GEAC), whose sole mission is to disseminate information and stimulate interest in post-secondary education for students in Georgia.  

Hundreds of colleges from across the nation attend Probe each year to reach thousands of Georgia high school juniors and seniors. 

OFTC, along with other colleges and universities from around the state, will set up booths and meet with local high school students interested in pursuing post-secondary educational opportunities.  

“We’re excited to host the Probe Fair at our Dublin Campus again and look forward to the opportunities we’ll have to share more about the local career and skills training opportunities these students have locally through OFTC,” shared Pam Dunn, OFTC’s Director of Admissions.  

“OFTC is an affordable option for college, and the programs we offer provide a direct pipeline into the workforce, giving students a direct path toward a successful career and future.”  

Students interested in attending the Georgia Probe Fair should talk with their high school counselor and register online at https://www.gaprobe.org/.  

For more info about OFTC and the 130+ programs of study available at the college, visit OFTC.edu.  



The mission of Oconee Fall Line Technical College, a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia, is to contribute to the economic and workforce development of east central Georgia through quality technical and continuing education, adult education, and business and industry services. The College offers associate degrees, diplomas, technical certificates of credit, and non-credit certificates in a student-centered learning environment through traditional and distance education modes of delivery.