By Chuck Mason- Teh Daily News
Learning is still the mission, said Margaret Sullivan, adult education specialist for Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College. Bowling Green city district and SKYCTC work together for the programs. There are about 30 people who assist the free effort, which is funded through a $75,000 yearly grant provided through Warren County Adult Education. That’s everyone from teachers to volunteers, cooks and bus drivers, said Teresa Sneed, the city district’s parent involvement coordinator. Sneed also works with the city district’s migrant worker program.
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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."
SKYCTC Alum Art McFadden is a police officer by choice, but a computer whiz by education. His skills in Information Technology are utilized to investigate cybercrimes. He is a special U.S. deputy marshal and serves on the Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force.