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February 18, 2019
Fall 2018 Dean's ListMCTC Releases the Fall 2018 Dean's List and President's Honors List
November 28, 2018
MCTC lineman students Spring 2018Maysville Community and Technical College has been named a Bellwether Award finalist in recognition of its Lineman Training Program, which prepares students for work in the high-wage, high-demand field of utility power line installation, maintenance and repair.
November 5, 2018
It all started my junior year of high school, that one question that you can’t seem to escape. “What college will you be attending?” Of course, my response was the college I always dreamt about attending as a preteen, the largest university in Kentucky.

This dream sure was… dreamy. I tried to hold onto it for a little bit until I realized that maybe this dream was only ideal for the 10-year-old me. During my senior year of high school, I was enrolled in courses at MCTC. I ended up completing my freshman year of college as a senior in high school. It was a beautiful thing, something that I am proud of and fully recommend. I loved all my classes, I loved my teachers, and I loved the campus.It all started my junior year of high school, that one question that you can’t seem to escape. “What college will you be attending?” Of course, my response was the college I always dreamt about attending as a preteen, the largest university in Kentucky. This dream sure was… dreamy. I tried to hold onto it for a little bit until I realized that maybe this dream was only ideal for the 10-year-old me. During my senior year of high school, I was enrolled in courses at MCTC. I ended up completing my freshman year of college as a senior in high school. It was a beautiful thing, something that I am proud of and fully recommend. I loved all my classes, I loved my teachers, and I loved the campus.
October 9, 2018
Maysville Community & Technical College (MCTC) Electrical Technology Program Coordinator Brandin Perkins recently earned the FANUC Factory Certified Instructor status from the FANUC Robotics’ CERT Program. Through this certification, MCTC can now offer two levels of FANUC certifications to students who complete Mr. Perkins’ Robotics and Industrial Automation course. Maysville Community & Technical College (MCTC) Electrical Technology Program Coordinator Brandin Perkins recently earned the FANUC Factory Certified Instructor status from the FANUC Robotics’ CERT Program. Through this certification, MCTC can now offer two levels of FANUC certifications to students who complete Mr. Perkins’ Robotics and Industrial Automation course.
October 8, 2018
Melanie Hill 
Graduation date from MCTC: December 2015
Program: Associate of Arts – Business Administration 	
What made you decide to attend MCTC:  I found myself stalled. I had recently moved back home after being in the workforce for over 15 years. I was depressed. I was almost forty and still hadn’t figured out what I wanted to be when I grew up. My mother was such an important lifeline for me, she suggested I go back to school. I dismissed it at first, but once I got online and started surfing the MCTC website, I got a little spark of excitement. I saw the future I could possibly have so I called MCTC. Melanie Hill Graduation date from MCTC: December 2015 Program: Associate of Arts – Business Administration What made you decide to attend MCTC: I found myself stalled. I had recently moved back home after being in the workforce for over 15 years. I was depressed. I was almost forty and still hadn’t figured out what I wanted to be when I grew up. My mother was such an important lifeline for me, she suggested I go back to school. I dismissed it at first, but once I got online and started surfing the MCTC website, I got a little spark of excitement. I saw the future I could possibly have so I called MCTC.
September 12, 2018
Maysville Community & Technical College (MCTC) is proud to announce Angela Fultz, PH.D., Division Chair of Mathematics and Natural Sciences and Professor of Chemistry, was re-elected to the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) Board of Regents. Dr. Fultz is excited to continue this role. “I am very honored to continue serving on the Board of Regents. I am excited about the possibilities for our system and the opportunities we can provide for our students.”
September 10, 2018
MCTS’s Director of Workforce Development, Brittany Corde will join twenty-nine other leaders of business, industry, and education from across the state as the first Champions selected to attend Kentucky’s Talent Pipeline Management (TPM) Academy. Earlier this year, Kentucky was designated by the U.S. Chamber Foundation and the Kellogg Foundation as one of three states to implement the academies, and the Kentucky Chamber Workforce Center was chosen to carry out the TPM initiative in the Commonwealth. Talent Pipeline Management is an employer-led approach to identifying specific workforce needs as well as training and quality issues and solutions to persistent workforce-related challenges. The TPM Academy is a three-part program to train Champions on ways to build talent supply chains and launch TPM in their own communities. Since achieving the TPM designation, the Chamber’s Workforce Center has focused on engaging employers to work together on a sector and regional basis to address their workforce needs. The work is being done with the support of the Strada Education Network, a national nonprofit and the founding partner of the Kentucky Chamber Workforce Center, and in partnership with the Kentucky Education & Workforce Cabinet. The Workforce Center’s Talent Pipeline staff and the Champions selected for the TPM academy will focus on creating specific strategies to meet the needs of different industry and regional sectors. By July 2020, more than 25 employer groups, representing regions as well as business and industry sectors, are to be convened to build talent pipelines for 75 high-demand positions.
 
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