McCall named Vice President for Economic Development

ATHENS, GA – Dr. Andrea D. Daniel, President of Athens Technical College has named Al McCall, Vice President for Economic Development. Mr. McCall currently serves as Director of the Elbert County Campus and will continue to oversee that campus, as well as, serve as the College’s Vice President for Economic Development. After serving in various government positions, Mr. McCall began his career at Athens Technical College as a Financial Aid Counselor in Student Affairs. Later, he served as Director of Business and Industry in the office of Economic Development and most recently oversees the operations of the Elbert Campus.
Dr. Daniel, stated, “I would like to thank the selection committee for recommending Al McCall for the Vice President for Economic Development position. Mr. McCall has worked extensively in the Economic Development office at the College and that experience will be key in serving hundreds of companies and sectors in the region and the state. The college’s mission is focused on workforce development and Mr. McCall is a welcome addition to the President’s Cabinet as the team works to achieve these workforce goals.“
Athens Technical College’s Economic Development Division serves an eleven county area surrounding Athens. Its mission is to provide non-credit workforce development programs and lifelong learning opportunities to businesses and individual citizens within the communities served. Forming partnerships with businesses and industries, schools, agencies, churches, and community centers, to make programs more accessible. The Economic Development Division focuses on two main programs, Business and Industry and Continuing Education. Business and Industry programs provide customized training and workforce development courses that are our core business. Continuing Education offers a variety of continuing professional education, licensing and license renewal training, personal enrichment and community education classes for both business and non-business related participants.

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