• Go with the Flow

    Water is our most precious resource and managing its quality is essential to life. Learn how to make a career in the growing water quality management industry.
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  • Heat. Cool. Repeat.

    Today's climate controlled buildings require trained technicians to keep people comfortable. Our HVAC Program can train you to make sure that happens.
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What's In The Box?

Sixty years ago, some fine folks at Emily Griffith Opportunity School placed items into a time capsule located at our former campus. On September 9 - exactly 100 years since Emily Griffith herself opened Opportunity School - we'll open a box of history. We'll reveal what those fine folks left for us to find on this website and on our social media channels. Stay tuned!

 


Day One is in the Books — and on Video

The first day of school is always special. For students, it's the first day of a bright future. Check out some of the goings-on from our first day of classes!

 


Education Matters

Check out the latest edition of Education Matters, a 30-minute program where EGTC Executive Director Jeff Barratt discusses events and goings on in and around Emily Griffith Technical College.

In their own words...

The environment is so welcoming. I love that the teachers are hands-on and help whenever I don’t understand something.

Jennifer Blake
Student

Services

Emily's Catering is a product of our Culinary Arts Program. Our selections prepared and served by our Culinary Arts students. Let us help make your next event a delicious success!

Check out our catering menu and then contact Lana...

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Emily's Cafe is a product of our Culinary Arts Program. Our entrees are ordered, created, prepared, and served by our Culinary Arts students.

Planning an event? Let Emily's Catering help. Check out our catering menu.

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From our teachers...

I started the Phlebotomy Program here 15 years ago. Phlebotomy is a great field that can open many doors; new opportunities can arise depending on how far a student wants to extend themselves.

Marie Hooker
Current Faculty