By CHUCK MASON The Daily News - Chefs in Ecuador work long days and nights and must have a passion for cooking to succeed, a teaching chef from the South American country told culinary students at Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College on Monday.
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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."
The Franklin-Simpson Center offers educational opportunities to the citizens of Franklin and the surrounding counties. Students can begin their course work at the campus and complete their degree or diploma at the main campus in Bowling Green. High school students are also utilizing the center to gain college credit for courses taken. Industry related classes are also offered at the center.