Kala Galbreath graduated from Bowling Green Technical College, now known as Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKYCTC) with an Associate in Applied Science degree in Office Systems Technology (OST). She is currently employed at Tapp s Medical Clinic in Bowling Green, KY.
Attending Bowling Green Technical College was a life-changing experience. Choosing to attend a two-year college was the best decision I could have made. My teachers were very supportive and cared about my education just as much as I did. I loved the small classes and one-on-one time I got with my teachers. The support and encouragement is what helped me succeed.
Galbreath's OST degree prepared her for the workforce. It also helped her to earn a better income to provide for her family.
The Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) office and each of its 16 colleges are celebrating the sixth year partnering with African-American and Latino churches throughout the state to host college information fairs for prospective students and their families. Since 2011, we have partnered with more than 150 churches and have shared the Yes We Can Go To College message with more than 35,000 individuals. This community-based outreach effort is paying off resulting in increased college attendance among African- Americans and Latinos in Kentucky.
For a list of all Super Sunday Events throughout the state go to Super-Sunday.org