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April 11, 2018
Brandin Perkins & the 3D printer It seemed like just an ordinary day of teaching Electrical Motor Control for Maysville Technical and Community College's Brandin Perkins, but a question from one of his students turned that day into one of new beginnings
March 7, 2018
Chelsea Bowman, Licking Valley Campus Program: Associates of Arts Graduation Date: May 9th, 2018 Current Employer & Position: Front Desk Receptionist at MCTC Licking Valley Campus. How Has MCTC Made Your Life Better: It has allowed me to have so many amazing opportunities in the class room, outside of the classroom with student organizations, they have helped with making school affordable and made the transition, after graduation, to Morehead State University a lot smoother. I feel as if MCTC was the best decision I've made for myself when considering college. I love it so much and I'm sad to leave in May.
February 26, 2018
The ninth annual Farm and Family Night will be held on the Maysville Campus of Maysville Community and Technical College on Monday, March 5, from 4:30 p.m. - 8:45 p.m. Dinner begins at 4:30 pm. Meadowview Regional Medical Center is the title sponsor for the event.
February 26, 2018
Kelly Renchen Program/Degree? Associates in Information Security Graduation date? May 2016 Current Employer & position? Annlyn Purdon, IT Coordinator for Hayswood Home Health How MCTC Help Make Your Life Better? From a young age I've had an interest in electronics, starting with the most basic AV equipment and going from there. When I first started MCTC, I didn't realize the spectrum of "Information Technology". MCTC gave me the skill set that was required to progress into the IT field, the work study program also let me add real-life application to what I was learning in my classes. With the help of my instructors, I became very determined to achieve success. MCTC gave me more than just skills related to my field though, it helped me connect to a network of students like myself and it allowed me to develop good conversational skills after being anti-social most of my life.
February 15, 2018
Alicia SpragueAlicia Sprague, Licking Valley Campus Program: Associate of Arts. I will receive a business transfer certificate. I have been accepted in the Accounting, Pre-Major (BSBA) at the Northern Kentucky University Business College. I will begin that journey Fall of 2018.
February 15, 2018
From heirloom tomatoes to towering sunflowers, germinating seeds will soon provide an abundance of plant life in our gardens. Some people have never planted seeds, and others passionately harvest and save them. We may collect seeds to share or, to carry on the plant's legacy from year to year. Help us celebrate this planting season with our plant exchange!
January 24, 2018
Students who need transportation to the new Rowan Campus can use one of the Mor'Trans' inter-city buses. Inter-city buses depart from Walmart at the following times:
January 2, 2018
From Ashland I-64 West to exit 133 (Farmers/Sharkey) Turn right (North) at the end of the off-ramp onto KY 801 Turn right onto Rocky Adkins Tech Drive (just past MMRC Industrial Park) From Lexington I-64 East to exit 133 (Farmers/Sharkey) Turn left (North) at the end of the off-ramp onto KY 801 Turn right onto Rocky Adkins Tech Drive (just past MMRC Industrial Park)
December 15, 2017
Jennifer at MCTC Career Fair For 15 years Jennifer Carpenter and her husband Joe worked at a factory in their hometown. Cintas was a source of stability for their family and their home. But in January 2009, that changed. Corporate leaders informed Cintas’ workers that the plant would be moving production to Mexico. A lot of worries and fears entered Jennifer’s mind. As a mother of 3, how would she and her husband, both who would now be unemployed, support their family?
November 28, 2017
The current Rowan Campus will close on December 11 as staff and faculty prepare to move to the new campus. The new facility will be open for students at the beginning of the 2018 Spring semester on January 2. All campus telephone and IT service will be shut down on December 12. Students should plan on meeting with student services, professors and advisors to finalize any necessary business prior to that date.
 
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