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July 26, 2016

BSCTC ENROLLMENT SKYROCKETING FOR FALL SEMESTER

Big Sandy Community and Technical College’s (BSCTC) enrollment for the fall semester has increased more than 12 percent year to date, BSCTC President Dr. Devin Stephenson announced on Monday.
July 26, 2016

Kentucky Coal Academy to host job fair at BSCTC’s Pikeville campus on Aug. 1

The KCA will host a job fair at BSCTC's Pikeville Campus 9am-3pm Monday, Aug. 1, to help recruit displaced miners for new jobs with Warrior Met Coal Company in Alabama.
July 26, 2016

BUZZ BAKER, CRAIG CHANOFF TO BE FEATURED SPEAKERS AT BSCTC CONVOCATION

National sportscaster Dave “Buzz” Baker and Craig Chanoff, general manager of Blackboard Student Services, Inc., will be keynote speakers at Big Sandy Community and Technical College’s fall convocation on Wednesday, August 3 at the Mountain Arts Center.
THE ROAD TO RIO: ALL ROADS LEAD HOME FOR BSCTC ALUM KENNY RICE July 26, 2016

THE ROAD TO RIO: ALL ROADS LEAD HOME FOR BSCTC ALUM KENNY RICE

Driving along Route 80 in Floyd County is the small community of Eastern, Ky. – no, not Eastern Kentucky. As you enter the unincorporated town there’s a sign “Home of Kenny Rice, National Sportscaster.”
THERE’S A FUTURE IN FIBER FOR LAID OFF MINER FRED BENTLEY July 26, 2016

THERE’S A FUTURE IN FIBER FOR LAID OFF MINER FRED BENTLEY

“I applied for jobs all over the country,” said Bentley. “I was laid off for over a year, and the despair really set in. I had gone to college some, but the money I could make in the mines pulled me away.” That’s when Bentley got a second chance that was life changing.