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May 6, 2016

BSCTC TO HOST COMMENCEMENT CEREMONIES ON MAY 6-7

Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) will award more than 1,100 degrees, diplomas and credentials to more than 400 students during commencement ceremonies on May 6-7 at the Mountain Arts Center.
JOHNSON COUNTY ECA STUDENT EARNS PRESIDENTIAL, WILLIAM C. PARKER SCHOLARSHIPS FROM UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY May 6, 2016

JOHNSON COUNTY ECA STUDENT EARNS PRESIDENTIAL, WILLIAM C. PARKER SCHOLARSHIPS FROM UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

“The Presidential Scholarship will cover the cost of my tuition for four years and the William C. Parker Scholarship will cover most of my room and board,” said Hamilton, who plans on double majoring in political science and and international economics with an emphasis on French. “
LAID OFF MINER EYES GRADUATION DAY May 6, 2016

LAID OFF MINER EYES GRADUATION DAY

PRESTON EAGER TO PUT HIS DEGREE IN ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY TO WORK
POWER IN COLLABORATION: BSCTC HOSTS ROUNDTABLE ON POWER GRANTS May 6, 2016

POWER IN COLLABORATION: BSCTC HOSTS ROUNDTABLE ON POWER GRANTS

“All of our regions have been affected by the downturn in the coal economy. This meeting allowed us to identify resources to leverage and brainstorm ideas that will help our colleges transform the Appalachian Region one student, one opportunity at a time.”
May 5, 2016

MAC, CITY OF PRESTONSBURG SIGN MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT WITH BSCTC

“This agreement defines true and effective community development,” said Dr. Stephenson. “All of us want to expand the MAC’s capacity and raise awareness of the facility as the premiere performing arts venue in the southeastern United States.”