As BCTC wraps up its 9th Latino Leadership and College Experience Camp (LLCEC) this year, the success of the program is evident by the number of former participants volunteering to help new campers find the same support they did.
Forty-one students started BCTC’s Advanced Manufacturing Technician (AMT) program in July, making 2014 the largest incoming class since the program began in Fall 2010. This rigorous program requires students to be college ready when they enter the program and prepared to meet standards of professional behavior.
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Students walked past the crime scene tape, looking for anything out of place. The jewels had been stolen and it was up to them to figure out who had taken them.
BCTC’s TRiO Upward Bound program traveled to Washington, D.C. to participate in the U.S. Department of Education’s Summer Learning Opportunities Fair as part of the National Summer Learning Day June 20.
BCTC offered two, week-long Genomic Approaches in BioSciences workshops June 2-6 and June 9-13 in collaboration with the Cold Spring Harbor Dolan DNA Learning Center (DNALC). The workshops were hosted in the science laboratory at BCTC’s Newtown Campus in Lexington, Ky.
Today marked the completion of the “Kids that Rip” Career Craze Camp at the Leestown campus of BCTC. Starting on June 23, the free weeklong camp focused on manufacturing, giving 14 middle school students from schools in Fayette County a chance to design and produce their own skateboard using the expertise of BCTC’s machine tool technology faculty.
BCTC recently held an End of the Year Recognition Meeting at the Leestown Campus. Dr. Augusta A. Julian, President and CEO of BCTC, presided over the event and recognized a number of employees for their service and dedication to the college.
Hall of Fame jockey Chris McCarron will retire from his full-time teaching duties at NARA at the end of 2014 fall semester. McCarron joined KCTCS to launch NARA in 2006.
BCTC Winchester-Clark County Campus has signed an agreement with Pearson VUE, the computer-based testing (CBT) business of Pearson, to test candidates pursuing their GED. Pearson VUE believes testing and certification is at the heart of the learning experience, and BCTC Winchester-Clark County Campus will play its part by offering accessible and secure testing to candidates.