SKYCTC students selected as members of the KCTCS All-Academic Team | SKYCTC

SKYCTC students selected as members of the KCTCS All-Academic Team

The Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) is honoring its top students for 2019. Thirty-two students, two from each of the sixteen colleges, were selected for the KCTCS All-Academic Team. Students were chosen based on a rigorous process that focuses on academic performance and community service.

Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKYCTC) students Bryce Booher and Alexis Hutcheson were selected to represent the College as this year’s All-Academic Team members.

Bryce Booher of Franklin, KY will graduate with an Associate in Science Degree. His studies are in the field of Collision Repair. He plans to transfer his associate degree to Utah Valley University in the Fall of 2019, where he will major in Technology Management.

Alexis Hutcheson of Glasgow, KY will receive her Associate in Arts from SKYCTC and transfer her credits to Murray State University in the Fall of 2019. She will be majoring in Sociology with plans to pursue a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling at Morehead State University or pursue a law degree from Northern Kentucky University’s Chase Law School.

Each member of the All-Academic Team received a $500 gift from their college, as well as scholarship opportunities if they choose to continue their education at any Kentucky public and private universities.

This year’s KCTCS All-Academic Team members are:

 Ashland Community and Technical College: Kailee Ross and Kayleana Simmons

 Big Sandy Community and Technical College: Sarah Birchwell and Emily Nicole Welch

 Bluegrass Community and Technical College: Marc J. Blunk and Kameswari Sridhara

 Elizabethtown Community and Technical College: Amanda Sandoval and April Skaggs

 Gateway Community and Technical College: Nathan Harrigan and Elizabeth Studer

 Hazard Community and Technical College: Leslie Maschino and Clifford Taylor

 Henderson Community College: Audra Goodley and Christelle Vincent

 Hopkinsville Community College: Rachel Crawford and Joshua Rozmarynowski

 Jefferson Community and Technical College: Jesenia Avila-Ugalde and Ashly Frank

 Madisonville Community College: John McRoy, II and Lacy Rojewski 

 Maysville Community and Technical College: Kaylee McFarland and Jonathan Mosley

 Owensboro Community and Technical College: Brooklyn Knight and Kaylee Meador

 Somerset Community College: Blake Eldridge and Amor Wolfe

 Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College: Bryce Booher and Alexis Hutcheson

 Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College: Kayla Creech and Tiffany Hampton

 West Kentucky Community and Technical College: Callie Hughes and Dylan Richards

The student receiving the highest All-USA Academic Team application score in each state is named a New Century Workforce Pathway Scholar or a New Century Transfer Pathway Scholar. Students nominated for the Workforce Pathway should be planning to enter the workforce after completing a certificate or an associate degree, and students nominated for the Transfer Pathway should be planning to transfer to a four-year college after graduation.

The program annually recognizes 104 Scholars. Each New Century Workforce Pathway Scholar receives special recognition at the Association of Community College Trustees Congress. New Century Transfer Pathway Scholars receives special recognition at the American Association of Community Colleges Convention.

The New Century Pathway Scholarship program is sponsored by The Coca-Cola Foundation, The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, the American Association of Community Colleges and Phi Theta Kappa.

The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation sponsors the Coca-Cola Academic Team program by recognizing 50 Gold, 50 Silver, and 50 Bronze Scholars with nearly $200,000 in scholarships annually.