Our Story

At Gwinnett Technical College, all students can achieve at high levels, no matter their background. A majority of our students come from historically underserved communities, and we know that when they’re provided with the proper resources, they’ll succeed.

Established in 1994, the Gwinnett Tech Foundation was created to support and enhance higher education at Gwinnett Tech. Within that broad mission, our actions, achievements, and priorities are many – but all ultimately benefit our students and, by extension, our community.

The Foundation works to secure student scholarships and additional ways to make the goal of a college education – and a rewarding career – possible. In addition, to enrich our faculty and staff, we develop and make funding possible for various professional development opportunities. On campus, the Foundation is the driving force behind the capital drives that made many of Gwinnett Tech’s facilities possible — including the George Busbee International Center for Workforce Development, Life Sciences Center, and the Alpharetta-North Fulton Campus.

GTC Foundation Trustees


The Gwinnett Tech Foundation plays an important role in alleviating barriers to a student’s ability to complete their education. To date, the Gwinnett Tech Foundation has invested over $43 million in student and program support...


Financial Statements, Memorandum of Understanding, Tax Information, General and Board Policies...

Foundation Board

The Gwinnett Tech Foundation is guided by a Board of Trustees made up of volunteers from the community who are leaders in various businesses and community organizations. The Board of Trustees is responsible and accountable to the organization’s donors...

Meeting Dates

Meeting Dates: 2023 – 2024

Why I Give

Gwinnett Tech supporters come from many walks of life and backgrounds. Some were scholarship recipients themselves in their youth, and are committed to assisting today’s students who are striving to achieve their dreams. Gwinnett Tech Foundation donors not only invest their treasure in student success, but many are involved personally as mentors, classroom guest lecturers and serve on program advisory boards and other committees.