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KCTCS and SOAR partners (L-R) Big Sandy Community and Technical College President Devin Stephenson, Ashland Community and Technical College President Kay Adkins, KCTCS Vice Chancellor of Economic Development and Workforce Solutions Larry Ferguson, Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College President Lynn Moore, KCTCS President Jay Box; SOAR Executive Board member Jim Host, SOAR Executive Director Jared Arnett, Somerset Community College President Jo Marshall and Hazard Community and Technical College President Steve Greiner.
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Jun
29
Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC), its Workforce Solutions division and the University of Pikeville (UPIKE) announce the creation of the Kentucky Regional Telecommunications Installation and Maintenance Training Program.
Jun
25
Dr. Devin Stephenson, left, met with Pikeville City Manager Donovan Blackburn, center, on Monday, June 22 to discuss the college’s planned expansion of the Pikeville campus.  Dr. Stephenson and Blackburn are shown with Randy Roberts, director of institutional advancement.
Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) President Dr. Devin Stephenson met with Pikeville City Manager Donovan Blackburn on Monday, June 22 to discuss the college’s plans to expand its Pikeville campus.
Jun
25
Members of the C.A.R.E. (Community Awareness Reaching Everyone) Club at Big Sandy Community and Technical College toured the U.S. Capitol on Thursday, June 11.  Congressman Hal Rogers visited club members on the steps of the U.S. Capitol and arranged a special tour.  Shown are: Ladonna Griffey, Tammy Ball, Joshua Ball, Selena Jarrell, Ashley Mullins, Kenzie Housier, Isabella Simpkins, Stevi Conn, Val Inzer, Brandy Joseph Lora Simpkins and Johnny Simpkins.
The C.A.R.E. (Community Awareness Reaching Everyone) Club, comprised of students in the college’s Human Services program, spent four days in Washington, D.C.