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Henderson Community College President Kristen Williams named new chancellor of KCTCS

Dr. Kristin Williams has been named chancellor of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System effective August 16. Dr. Kristin Williams She is no stranger to the system. Williams currently is president of Henderson Community College, has served as interim president of Hazard Community and Technical College and was chief academic officer at Hopkinsville Community College. Prior to joining KCTCS,...

UK Cooperative Extension Service, 4-H helps young man share love of animals with others

By Katie Pratt UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment The Trigg County office of the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service is helping one young man fulfill his dreams. Jonathon Sink, 19, was born with a neurological condition called apraxia, which makes communication difficult for him. While it is challenging for him to speak, Sink has found comfort and calmness interacting...

KCTCS colleges partner with Metalsa for registered apprenticeships in effort to build, maintain workforce

The Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) is the largest provider of workforce education in Kentucky and has partnerships with businesses across the Commonwealth. One of the longest standing partnerships is with Metalsa Structural Products, which has registered apprenticeship programs with Hopkinsville Community College (HCC) and Elizabethtown Community and Technical College (ECTC)....

Murray State, Hopkinsville Community College partner to offer blended nursing degree program

Murray State University’s School of Nursing and Health Professions now offers a blended Bachelor of Science in Nursing program through a partnership with Hopkinsville Community College. The agreement, which was signed earlier this summer, has been implemented for the current fall semester with 55 nursing students from HCC’s associate’s degree in nursing program beginning their studies through...