By Joe Coreoran - WKU Public Radio - A new collaborative effort in Warren County is looking to train workers to fill high-tech manufacturing jobs in the region.The center will train up to 16 people at a time at South Central Kentucky Community and Technical College. Courses are to begin at the center Feb. 2.
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"SKYCTC's small class sizes and family atmosphere make it easy to succeed. Students are as prepared for their degrees as if they attended a four year university. SKYCTC is a great environment for students to thrive in, and when you leave you are prepared to succeed."
MEET MIRANDA HARDIN
Miranda will graduate with an Associate’s of Applied Science in Office Systems Technology in May 2015 and continue her education at WKU by seeking a Bachelor’s degree.