April 17, 2019
Big Sandy Community & Technical College is pleased to announce Judy Williams Daniel as Director of Business & Industry Development.
April 11, 2019
Katrina is a 1989 graduate of Eastern Kentucky University with a baccalaureate in nursing. She has eighteen years of experience teaching in a secondary level Health Sciences program and has acted as adjunct faculty at BSCTC for several years. Her nursing career includes experience in rehabilitation, psychiatric nursing, long-term care, home health, and nursing administration. Katrina has a strong background in technical education as a former student at the secondary level and the daughter of a retired Kentucky Tech principal. She loves to inspire students to strive to reach their goals and to become competent, compassionate caregivers.
April 8, 2019
BSCTC Instructor Judy Salyer is passionate about allied health.
April 2, 2019
If you are curious about how to fix machines, you just may belong in the Industrial Maintenance Technology Program at BSCTC, because it is the foundation of problem solving in industrial ways.
April 2, 2019
Friday mornings just got so much better for faculty members of Big Sandy Community and Technical College and Allen Elementary (AES) middle school students! This is because they are spending time together exploring career options in beyond typical career conversations. In fact, the question "What do you want to be when you grow up?" is much less daunting, because students are experiencing "My Future Fridays" programming.
April 1, 2019
Brooke Fields was bleeding brakes when she was just six years old. Her grandfather, a well-known mechanic in Pike County, told her at that young age, "I'm going to raise you to be independent so you don't have to depend on anybody else." He succeeded.
March 27, 2019
The Cosmetology Program at Big Sandy Community and Technical College is this rare gem. Its atmosphere is one of a calm and inviting salon, the kind that you want to spend a quiet rainy morning.
March 26, 2019
Join in day-long food drives to replenish area food pantries after the winter has drained their stores.
March 7, 2019
Officials from the University of Pikeville (UPIKE) and Big Sandy
Community and Technical College (BSCTC) entered an agreement on March 7 that creates an
educational pathway between BSCTC, UPIKE and UPIKE-Kentucky College of Osteopathic
February 20, 2019
Traditional musician, songwriter, poet, commercial performer, recording artist, author and composer Jean Ritchie, born in Viper, Perry County, Kentucky, in 1922, was the youngest of Balis and Abigail Ritchie's 14 children. She began her recording career in 1952, signing with Elektra Records. Throughout her career she recorded more than 35 albums, which strongly reflect her Kentucky heritage and featured her playing the mountain dulcimer. Known as the "Mother of Folk," Ritchie was a major contributor to the national revival of folk music across America during the mid to second half of the 20th century. Artists including Johnny Cash, Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt, and Dolly Parton have covered her songs. Jean Ritchie was also a gently fierce environmental activist.