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BSCTC Holds Skills U Graduation

Jun 27, 2019

2019 Skills U Graduates
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Big Sandy Community & Technical College is pleased to announce the graduates of Skills U 2019. The commencement ceremony took place on the Mayo Campus on June 21, 2019.

Katie Adams, Savannah Arnett, James Bailey, Paul Bailey, Candra Blackburn, Zackery Blevins, Sophia Campbell, Levi Chaffins, Tabatha Cole, Brandie Cole, Amber Coots, Sharon Crace, Michelle Craft, Johnathon Craft, Gregory Downs, Monica Duff, Ethan Edwards, Courtney Endicott, Kayla Endicott, Darrell Fay, Seth Fields, Ronald Hackworth, Candice Hamilton, Melissa Helton, Sarah Howard, Patricia Jackson, Dalton Koontz, Courtney Lawson, Marlin Martin, Mary McCoy, Joseph Morgan, Kristi Mounts, Miranda Page, Dalton Ratliff, Haley Rice, Jonnah Rife, Tiffany Roberts, Brittany Robinson, Zachary Runyon, Brooklyn Salyer, Zachary Sampson, Laurie Shafer, Abigail Shepherd, Zachary Shepherd, Evan Spradlin, Anna Stacy, Shaun Stewart, Mary Sword, Bobby Tackett, Isabelle Vanhoose, Kandase Vicars, Sandra Wells,

Dr. Sherry Zylka, President of BSCTC addressed the graduates with encouragement and the challenge to keep pursuing education.

Zylka stated, “And while we celebrate this diploma, I would be remiss if I did not take this opportunity to ask this necessary question: NOW WHAT? You probably could have guessed that I would urge you to go to college. And that is why I ask: now what?”

BSCTC looks forward to enrolling these recent Skills U graduates in classes for the fall semester. Because they are determined, confident in their abilities, and passionate about learning, Skills U graduates often earn college degrees and accomplish many great things.

Skills U is a statewide initiative to prepare students for college, help students obtain GEDs, improve basic skills, provide English as a Second Language courses, and prepare students for employment. Services are provided locally by school systems, community and technical colleges, community-based organizations, educational cooperatives, universities or local government.

For more information about Skills U, call 606-788-2887.

(provided by BCTCS)

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