FTC Hurricane Maria – Relief Efforts
Hurricane Maria Donation DriveDonation drives will be conducted at all of our campuses. Please continue to check this page for the latest updates. [See below]
Hurricane Maria ScholarshipFTC will award up to $8,500 per student towards tuition and fees. Click here for more information.
Donation Drive for Hurricane MariaWe will be hosting a donation drive through all of our Central Florida campuses to the relief of the victims of Hurricane Maria.Dates: Monday, October 9th through Friday October 13thLocations:
|FTC – Orlando 12900 Challenger Pkwy Orlando, FL 32826||FTC Kissimmee Plaza Del Sol 3831 W Vine St Kissimmee, FL 34741||FTC Lakeland 4715 Florida Ave S #4 Lakeland, FL 33813||FTC DeLand 1199 S Woodland Blvd DeLand, FL 32720|
Maria Relief Effort: List of Donated Items Needed
- Bottled water
- Baby wipes
- Baby formula
- Hand sanitizer
- Over the counter medicine (Tylenol, Pepto-Bismol, etc)
- Packaged food (non-perishable canned / dry food)
- Diapers (children and adults)
- Sanitary towels
- Toiletries (tooth paste + toothbrush, soap, towels, etc.).
- Dish washing soap
Please help us maximize this effort!
- Check expiration dates
- Do not bring opened / used items
- Please avoid bringing your items in bags if you can: boxes are needed!
10/02/2017 – Statement From our Presisent: Dr Burkett“Following what was the worst hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in over 80 years, a majority of its 3.4 million U.S. citizens now face severe post-disaster conditions. Among them, are the thousands of students, faculty, and staff of our sister institutions in Puerto Rico: National University College, Instituto de Banca y Comercio and Ponce Paramedical College. We are doing our part to support Puerto Rico’s recovery and help alleviate the current humanitarian crisis. This is our family, these are our people. We will stand by them in this hour of need.In the days and weeks ahead, Florida Technical College will be collecting emergency relief donations, in all of our six Florida campuses to be distributed in Puerto Rico. We are also devising a plan to help hurricane victims who are displaced to Florida from Puerto Rico, achieve their educational goals. Please rest assured that we are diligently working out the details for both of these initiatives, and will be making an official announcement soon.Meanwhile, please keep our Puerto Rican family in your prayers and don’t lose faith. Together, we will rise stronger.”— Dr. Mike Burkett, President FTC