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December 7, 2021

SKYCTC December Phi Beta Lambda Member Spotlight - Richard Smith

Photo of Richard Smith in cap and fatigues.December's PBL Member Spotlight features Richard Smith. Richard is originally from Burkesville, KY but moved to Columbia, KY after being adopted. "I was adopted at 22 months by an amazing and hard-working woman who I am very proud to call my mom," he says.
December 1, 2021

SKYCTC Foundation Announces New Members to the Board of Directors

Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College Foundation logoThe Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College Foundation Board of Directors has elected two new members to join the Board, each serving a three-year term. New members are Elizabeth McKinney, Attorney and Partner with English Lucas Priest & Owsley, LLP and Paul Mullins, Superintendent of Logan County Schools.
November 26, 2021

4th Annual Thanksgiving Day Turkey Drop feeds 500 local families

Turkey Drop logo with names of sponsorsStuff the Bus works toward the mission of leveling the playing field for kids in Southcentral Kentucky on the first day of school and beyond. The Turkey Drop, with the help of Community Champion Partners like Houchens Industries, Logan Aluminum, the Mint Gaming Hall, and Wendy's of Bowling Green, Stuff the Bus is able to give back to families beyond the preparation for back-to-school.
November 22, 2021

Regional Leaders Join Forces to Tackle Workforce Issues

A map showing the coverage area of the eSouth Central Workforce Development BoardKey stakeholders in regional government, business, education, tourism, and workforce development have formed a Workforce Participation Work Group, which will launch a campaign in early 2022 to assist job seekers as well as employers.
November 5, 2021

SKYCTC November Phi Beta Lambda Member Spotlight, William Patrick

William Peters standing on SKYCTC campus outside building L.November's PBL Member Spotlight features William Patrick. William was born four miles outside of Glasgow and, at the age of 12, moved to Hart County.