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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Aug
04
Joel Wright, left, shares a laugh with Dr. Tom Vierheller, professor of Biology at Big Sandy Community and Technical College.  Wright is the fifth member of his family to attend BSCTC.
For Joel Wright, it was a road well-traveled. So, when it came time to deciding on college, he looked to his dad, his brother, his other brother, and, yes, his other brother for guidance.
Jul
28
Joshua Ball, left, director of college relations at Big Sandy Community and Technical College, is shown with Jimmy Wright, dean of student affairs at BSCTC.  Wright, a member of the Chandlersville Lodge 858 donated $800 to the Operation Helping Hands Radio-Thon, which raised more than $60,000 for the Johnson County Long-Term Recovery Group.
The Chandlersville Lodge 858 donated $800 to the Operation Helping Hands Radio-Thon, hosted by Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) and WSIP-FM on Saturday, July 18.
Jul
28
Jason Vinson, 32, of Louisa, became the first student to complete the Class B CDL program at Big Sandy Community and Technical College.  To learn more about our CDL program, contact Leo Fell at (606) 788-2923 or email lfelljr0001@kctcs.edu.
Vinson, 32, of Louisa, became the first graduate of Big Sandy Community and Technical College’s (BSCTC) Class B CDL program.