Sheppard named new Electrical Systems Technology Instructor at SGTC Crisp County Center – Americus Times-Recorder

Sheppard has named a new Electrical Systems Technology Instructor at SGTC’s Crisp County Center

Published 11:07 pm Tuesday, January 24, 2023

From Staff Reports

AMERICUS – Jeff S. Sheppard, Jr., of Cordele, has been hired as the new Instructor of Electrical Systems Technology for South Georgia Technical College’s Crisp County Center effective immediately, SGTC President Dr. John Watford. He will report to Georgia Southern Technical College Dean of Enrollment Management Julie Partain and the Vice President of Academic Affairs.

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Sheppard was an honor graduate of South Georgia Technical College’s Crisp County Electrical Systems Technology and Electrical Building Technology programs. He also received an Associate of Applied Science degree in Environmental Horticulture from the Abraham Baldwin College of Agriculture Sports Turf Management program

He has been working as an Assistant Instructor for the Electrical Systems Technology Program with retired instructor Mike Enfinger since May 2021. In addition to his experience at South Georgia Technical College, Sheppard has worked as an Assistant Grounds Supervisor at the Pinecrest County Club and as an Operator Press Brakes. by Marvair. He also worked at Norbord Georgia, Inc., Florida State University, Golden Brother’s Co., Feed & Seed, Scoggins Dozier and Ramada Inn.

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As the Electrical Systems Technology Instructor in the Crisp County Center, Sheppard will be responsible for providing instruction to students in SGTC’s Electrical Systems Technology program using appropriate teaching techniques and demonstrating knowledge of current procedures in the field of Electrical Systems. He will also follow an approved course syllabus, complete all documents related to assigned courses in a timely manner and maintain an accurate inventory of all assigned property.

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South Georgia Technical College is currently accepting students for the Spring Semester C term. The eight-week classes begin March 13th. Students can apply online at and click on Apply Now. For more information about the Electrical Systems Technology program in Crisp County, contact Jeff Sheppard at [email protected] or 229-271-4056. Students may also contact the Admissions office in Cordele at 229-271-4040. For information about Americus Electrical Systems Technology classes, contact Patrick Owen at [email protected] or contact the Americus admissions office at 229-931-2394.


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