Yes, you can get a college degree.
Yes, you can have a high-paying career.
On February 24, Bowling Green Technical College will host its Third Annual Super Sunday event. This unique college fair promotes the many educational opportunities available to African Americans and individuals of color at the various colleges within the Kentucky Community and Technical College System.
Come learn how at the Super Sunday event. Join us Sunday, February 24, 2013 as we partner with African-American churches to host a college information fair for you and your family. College representatives will be on hand to share information about the college planning process, admissions, degree programs, financial aid and more. If you or someone in your family is thinking about higher education, join us at this informative event.
Learn more about Super Sunday and other events happening across the state. Visit supersunday.kctcs.edu
Lewis Burke, Jr.
Director, Community, Workforce amp; Economic Development
State Street Baptist Church
340 State Street
Bowling Green, KY 42101 | Map
Time: 10 a.m.
Saint Joseph Catholic Church
434 Church Street
Bowling Green, KY 42101 | Map
Time: 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. (Worship time)
Addi Hernandez is the first person in her family to graduate from high school and attend college. She was born in Michoacan, Mexico the youngest of 10 children. She moved to the United States at the age of two.
Ms. Hernandez completed an associate of applied science degree at Bowling Green Technical College (BGTC). She did not have to look far to find a good career fit. She became employed by BGTC as an administrative assistant at the college s Kentucky Advanced Technology Institute campus. She is currently pursuing an interdisciplinary studies degree at Western Kentucky University.
In addition to her academic and career accomplishments, Ms. Hernandez became a United States citizen in 2012. She also continues to provide encouragement and outreach to Latino students.Interested in learning more about the other Hall of Fame members? Read more about Hall of Fame members.
For Cedric Burnam attending Bowling Green Technical College was a stepping stone to a successful career niche.
Following electronics training, Mr. Burnam continued his education at the Kentucky School of Mortuary Science. He now serves as the President, Owner, Funeral Director/Embalmer and Restorative Art Expert at Burnam and Sons Mortuary amp; Cremation Services. He has assisted those who have experienced the loss of a loved one since 1974.
Mr. Burnam proudly served his country as a United States Navy Hospital Corpsman and continues to give back to his community. He is a member of New Bethel Baptist Church, Ancient Landmark Lodge # 28 F.amp; A.M. P.H.A. and Western Kentucky University President s Circle. He was elected magistrate/Justice of Peace in Warren County (2nd District 2003-2006). Mr. Burnam and his wife, Judy have three children. With hard work and determination, Mr. Burnam developed the skills to become a successful business owner/entrepreneur and is an inspiration to anyone who strives to do the same.
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