OFTC Adult Education Student Named Finalist for EAGLE Program 

OFTC — Oconee Fall Line Technical College is pleased to announce that William Fuller, a dedicated participant in our Adult Education Program, has been selected as one of eight finalists for the Exceptional Adult Georgian in Literacy Education (EAGLE) Program.

The EAGLE Program, administered by the Technical College System of Georgia’s Office of Adult Education (OAE), recognizes the outstanding achievements of adult learners in Georgia who have demonstrated exceptional perseverance and success in their educational journeys. This prestigious program honors individuals who exhibit the courage to overcome challenges and inspire others with their dedication to learning.

William has exemplified a commitment to education and personal growth throughout his time in OFTC’s Adult Education Program. Their passion for learning, resilience, and positive impact on the learning community have set them apart as an inspirational figure among their peers.

“William is a very dedicated student and is working hard to achieve his goal of becoming an HVAC technician. We are proud to have William represent our program in the state competition.”

OFTC’s Dean of Adult Education, Demme McManus.

William will compete for the title of Georgia’s State EAGLE Winner during the 2024 Dinah Culbreath Wayne EAGLE Leadership Institute, taking place from March 25 to 27 in Atlanta. The event will bring together notable individuals, educators, and community leaders to celebrate the achievements of outstanding adult learners across the state.

The State EAGLE Winner, OAE’s Student of the Year, becomes the student ambassador for Georgia’s entire adult education program and receives a full two-year scholarship to the technical college of their choice.

The Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) through its Office of Adult Education (OAE) sponsors the annual EAGLE Leadership Institute.  

For more info about OFTC’s Adult Education Program or the 130+ programs available, visit the College’s website, OFTC.edu