Daniel Morgan Technology Center

Patton Signs With Edgewater Automation

Daniel Morgan Technology Center senior and Mechatronics completer Christopher Patton has been offered and accepted a Youth Apprenticeship with Edgewater Automation, a multi-state company that specializes in custom advanced automation equipment.
Patton is the first DMTC student to be offered this opportunity with Edgewater Automation. He will be working at the Spartanburg plant, and the company will provide tuition assistance for his post-secondary education at Spartanburg Community College.
On Wednesday, April 14 at 3:30 pm, Patton participated in a signing day event at Daniel Morgan Technology Center to celebrate this opportunity.  

DMTC Teacher of the Year 2021-2022

We are proud to announce Andre Dubois, Business Technology Instructor, was selected to be the Daniel Morgan Technology Center Teacher of the Year for 2021-2022.  Congratulations Mr. Dubois!

Scholarships Awarded to Health Science Students

DMTC is proud to announce the recipients of the Debi B. Tollison Health Science Scholarships.  Milagros Valdez-Santana, Catherine Cristales, Trisha Stinson, and Hannah Martin received items that would help prepare them to be successful in the health science industry.  Congratulations to these deserving students.  
Dr. Elizabeth Joyce, a local philanthropist, contacted Daniel Morgan to provide student scholarships from the Elizabeth and Bill Joyce Family Fund in the names of their family members. Their family members worked in careers of their named scholarships. 2/19/21

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Creating Logos in Graphic Communications

Carl Jennings, Graphic Communications III completer and Broome High School senior, created a logo in Adobe Illustrator for a restaurant.
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Student Selected for Award of Excellence

Congratulations to Spartanburg High School junior and DMTC Health Science student Amya Morgan.  She was selected for the Congress of Future Medical Leaders Award of Excellence based on her exceptional grades and interest in the health care field.  
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Work-Based Learning Co-op

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Broome High School senior Aiden Jackson is participating in a DMTC work-based learning co-op with Walker & Whiteside, Inc., an electrical contracting firm located in Greenville, SC.  This opportunity developed because Aiden completed the DMTC Electricity program. Aiden is currently working a full schedule at Limestone University on a building project for the new library. He is gaining valuable training and developing his skills through this education and business partnership.