SGTC Career Services Conducts Mock Interviews for Electrical Lineworker Apprentice Students

Published 2:33 pm Wednesday, April 3, 2024

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South Georgia Technical College’s Career Services recently conducted mock interviews for the newest class of the Electrical Lineworker Apprenticeship Program. These mock interviews offer the students a valuable opportunity to practice their skills, receive constructive feedback, and enhance their communication abilities. By simulating real-world interview scenarios, participants can tackle challenging questions and alleviate pre-interview jitters.

With the support of instructors and the comprehensive classroom theory and hands-on training they provide, students experience a seamless transition into the workforce. The Career Services office at SGTC takes pride in investing in students’ success, and the mock interview process is just one example of their commitment. Upon completing the rigorous 8-week program, students emerge with confidence and readiness for a fulfilling career with excellent earning potential.

The South Georgia Technical College Electrical Lineworker Apprentice program equips students with the skills needed to excel as journeyman lineworkers. Graduates of the program have abundant prospects for career growth and advancement as they accrue experience in the field.

Lineworkers play a crucial role in restoring electrical service during natural disasters and emergency scenarios, often requiring extensive travel. The SGTC program meticulously trains students to adhere to safety protocols and prioritize the well-being of themselves and others, even in challenging conditions. While the work is undeniably demanding, the sense of fulfillment derived from serving their communities makes it inherently rewarding.

For more information about the Electrical Lineworker Apprentice program at South Georgia Technical College, contact Tami Blount at 229-931-2040 or

To learn more about SGTC Career services, contact Cynthia Carter at 229-931-2057 or

South Georgia Technical College offers over 200 programs leading to an associate degree, diploma, or technical certificate of credit. Apply online at Registration for the summer semester is April 23.