Coosa Valley Tech Names JSU Alum Tom Bojo
Instructor of the Year
Valley Tech named Tom Bojo, criminal justice program director and
instructor, as the 2007 Rick Perkins Instructor of the Year.
the college's 2007 Instructor of the Year, Bojo will compete among
other technical college instructors at the local consortium level.
Consortia winners receive statewide recognition for their achievement,
and then move on to state-level competition.
educational background includes an associate degree in Criminal Justice
from Floyd College, a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from
Jacksonville State University, and a master’s degree in public
administration from Jacksonville State University.
joined Coosa Valley Tech in 2003 to develop and launch the Criminal
Justice program. In addition to his regular duties, Bojo serves as the
captain of CVTC’s Institutional Effectiveness Leadership Team and is a
member of the Northwest Georgia Chair of Criminal Justice Technology
were nominated for the Rick Perkins Instructor of the Year by other
faculty and staff at CVTC. Eight instructors were nominated to compete
for the title of CVTC’s Instructor of the Year
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