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Sean Payne

Sean Payne

Sean Payne currently serves as the Executive Director for PR and Marketing at Ogeechee Technical College. He has over 10 years of experience doing Design and Marketing for institutions of Higher Education. He currently lives in Statesboro, Georgia with his wife Malerie and their two children.

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spayne@ogeecheetech.edu

Recent Work by Sean

George W. Strickland Jr. Foundation signs endowment worth $500,000 to fund The Strickland Promise

George W. Strickland Jr. Foundation signs endowment worth $500,000 to fund The Strickland Promise

By establishing The Strickland Promise, the board of Directors for the George W. Strickland Foundation will be providing scholarships for qualified Evans County graduating seniors. The scholarship will help offset costs remaining after all federal, state, and any other financial awards are applied to tuition.
OTC Wildlife Club wins award from Ogeechee Riverkeeper

OTC Wildlife Club wins award from Ogeechee Riverkeeper

Over the course of the last year, the OTC Wildlife Club has helped with a bi-monthly clean-up of Little Lott’s Creek located near downtown Statesboro. In previous years they have also assisted with water testing and trash cleanup in the Canoochee River in Evans County.  
Mays steps in as VP for College Advancement at OTC

Mays steps in as VP for College Advancement at OTC

Larry Mays is now Vice President for College Advancement at Ogeechee Tech, following the retirement of Michelle Davis. OTC President Lori Durden says Mays’s experience in fundraising will be a valuable asset to the Ogeechee Tech Foundation.
Donny Collins named OTC Instructor of the Year

Donny Collins named OTC Instructor of the Year

Computer Information Systems instructor Donny Collins received the 2024 Rick Perkins Award for Excellence in Technical Instruction at OTC's Spring Faculty & Staff Meeting and Awards Ceremony. He will move on to the regional competition in Tifton next month. Barry Dotson, Tom Elrod, Rachel Rigdon, and Christina Harrell were also honored at the ceremony.
Ogeechee Tech launches Electrical Vehicle Professional Certificate

Ogeechee Tech launches Electrical Vehicle Professional Certificate

Approved by the State Board for the Technical College System of Georgia in the fall of 2023, the 8 credit-hour program will launch during the Spring 2024 semester. This program is part of a partnership with the Hyundai Motor Group Metaplant America.
OTC student competes in state-wide 'Brawlhalla' e-sports tournament

OTC student competes in state-wide 'Brawlhalla' e-sports tournament

OTC hosted their local Brawlhalla Fallhalla tournament in the JEK auditorium on Oct. 23. Jacob Flannery took home a $50 credit to the OTC Bookstore and a chance to compete in the November virtual event, where he demonstrated impressive skill and dedication.
25 teams compete in annual J. David Russell Memorial Golf Tournament to raise funds for adult literacy

25 teams compete in annual J. David Russell Memorial Golf Tournament to raise funds for adult literacy

The proceeds will be used to help pay for the cost of the GED exam for qualifying students and to provide Integrated Education and Training (IET) opportunities for students as well.
OTC hosts German students for study abroad program

OTC hosts German students for study abroad program

Students from Dortmund, Germany, spent the month of September job shadowing at Brodie International and Franklin Toyota as part of an exchange program at Ogeechee Tech.
OTC appoints 5 new members to Local Board of Directors

OTC appoints 5 new members to Local Board of Directors

Mac Edwards, Teresa Phillips, Brannen Smith, Melissa White, and Christina Young have joined the Ogeechee Tech Local Board of Directors.
OTC's Diesel Technology program receives $3,500 grant

OTC's Diesel Technology program receives $3,500 grant

The grant funds were made possible through Canoochee EMC’s Operation Round Up program. By rounding their bill to the next dollar, thousands of Cannoochee EMC members have helped contribute over $2 million to their communities since it first began the program in 2001. These grant funds will help purchase two heavy duty jack stands for program and instructional use.
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