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As a part of the Super Sabado and Super Sunday initiatives, KCTCS is honoring alumni for their achievements by inclusion in the Super Sunday Hall of Fame. SKYCTC is honoring Yerald Hernandez and Tiffany Littlepage as this year's Hall of Fame recipients.
Jan
30
The Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College’s Franklin Simpson Center is collaborating with the Kentucky Career Center to train candidates in the Certified Production Technician certification, according to a news release from the Barren River Area Development District.
Jan
23
By CHARLES A. MASON- the Daily News - SKYCTC announced Tuesday that the Donald R. Miller Endowed Scholarship has been established in the amount of $20,000. The endowment's interest will fund scholarship money for SKYCTC students.
Jan
22
Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKYCTC) is again named  one of the Best Places to Work in Kentucky.
Jan
20

The Franklin-Simpson Industrial Authority and Barren River Local Workforce Investment Board were awarded a $50,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to design a program addressing local employers’ needs in filling Advanced Manufacturing Technician positions. Graduating high school seniors and other candidates will be able to work for a sponsoring employer and earn their AMT degree at Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College’s Franklin-Simpson Cent

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Row of chairs with one colored yellow with words register now midterm classes begin March 16
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"SKYCTC's small class sizes and family atmosphere make it easy to succeed. Students are as prepared for their degrees as if they attended a four year university. SKYCTC is a great environment for students to thrive in, and when you leave you are prepared to succeed."

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Policeman Art McFadden in fromt of police cars

 MEET ART MCFADDEN

SKYCTC Alum Art McFadden is a police officer by choice, but a computer whiz by education. His skills in Information Technology are utilized to investigate cybercrimes. He is a special U.S. deputy marshal and serves on the Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force.