Fire Science Student Presented with Work Ethics Award
Date: August 4, 2015
Athens Technical College has named RJ Lott, of Monroe, Ga., as the recipient of the Life Sciences and Public Safety Division Work Ethics Award. During a special presentation at the Monroe Fire Department, Lott received his Work Ethics Award. Lott is currently a student in the Fire Science Technology associate degree program and is employed by the Monroe and Social Circle fire departments.
Division Work Ethics Awards are designed to recognize students who have excelled in their work ethics curriculum within their chosen program of study. Award criteria includes the student’s success at meeting the areas evaluated for their work ethics, including attendance, character, teamwork, attitude, productivity, organizational skills, communication, cooperation, and respect.
Fire Science Program Chair Iby George commended Lott for his “dedication to his studies while maintaining a rigorous schedule as a firefighter.”
Athens Technical College offers several academic credentials in the Fire Science program. In addition to the Fire Science associate degree and diploma, Firefighter I, Basic Fire Company Officer, Fire Officer I, and Fire Officer II certificates are available.
To learn more about the Fire Science program at Athens Technical College, contact Iby George.
Photo caption: RJ Lott, Athens Technical College Fire Science student, was presented with a Work Ethics Award. From left to right, Captain Jack Armstrong, City of Monroe Fire Department; Iby George, Athens Technical College Fire Science program chair; RJ Lott, Work Ethics Award Recipient; and Chief Keith Glass, Monroe public safety director attended the presentation at the City of Monroe Fire Department.
Photo credit: Dimitri Kakavelakis