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November 22, 2021
Wanda Bolze book sale The annual Wanda Bolzé Memorial Scholarship book sale at Somerset Community College (SCC) will be held Wednesday & Thursday, December 1 & 2 on the SCC Somerset North Campus, located at 808 Monticello Street in Somerset. The sale will be set up in the Citizens National Bank Community Room of the Harold Rogers Student Commons from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
November 22, 2021
Chris Hall, SCC Department Chair of Career and Technical Services; FBI official, Human Resources Coordinator; Ron Laughlin, FBI Telecommunications Manager; Matthew Hall, Electronics Technician visit the Laurel campus (and Somerset campus not pictured) to talk to students about careers in the FBI.Some students in Somerset Community College's (SCC) Electrical Technology program may be wanted by the FBI. As part of a search by the bureau, sessions and interviews were recently conducted on SCC's Laurel and Somerset campuses.
November 9, 2021
In October 2021, Kimberly Greene was elected to serve a three-year term as the General Education Staff Regent for KCTCS. Her term ends in October 2024. Staff across the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) have selected Somerset Community College (SCC), Kimberly Greene, to serve a three-year term as the General Education Staff representative to the KCTCS Board of Regents.
November 9, 2021
Randall and Victoria Weddle met SCC students who received the Weddle Diesel Technology scholarship.  Six Diesel Technology students on the Somerset Community College Laurel Campus received scholarships funded by Randall and Victoria Weddle. The Weddle's support five males and five females per semester with a $2,500 scholarship.
November 4, 2021
TTAI Vice President of Administration, Donnie Slagle, presents a check to Cindy Clouse, SCC Vice President of Advancement to establish the TTAI Workforce Development Scholarship program for graduating high school students attending SCC.  From left to right: Somerset Independent Schools Superintendent, Kyle Lively; SHS Director of Programs, Tim Ham; Pulaski County School System Superintendent, Patrick Richardson; PCHS Principal, Rodney McAninch; PCHS Councilor, Kathryn Claiborne; SHS Principal, Jeff Wesley; TTAI representative, Jarritt Sharpe; TTAI representative, Jeremy Ballard; Donnie Slagle; Cindy Clouse; Somerset Christian School Administrator, Dr. Ron Gleaves, SCS Assistant Principal, Melissa Phelps; SWHS Councilor, John Hargis; TTAI representative, Virginia Chestnut; SWHS Principal, Mark Flynn, and TTAI representative, Mike Morgan.Toyotetsu America, Inc. (TTAI) has established the TTAI Community Workforce Development Scholarship at Somerset Community College (SCC). Beginning in the Fall of 2022, four students will be chosen to receive this scholarship, including students from each of the four local high schools in Pulaski County; Pulaski County High School, Somerset Christian School, Somerset High School, and Southwestern High School.
November 3, 2021
Three students enrolled in the Somerset Community College (SCC) Lineman Training program received $2,000 scholarships from Kentucky's Touchstone Energy Cooperatives. The scholarships may be used for tuition, supplies, fees, and other expenses related to the program.
October 28, 2021
UTAP helmetsThis November, SCC will begin a Utility Technician Apprenticeship Program (UTAP). The program has been established to fast-track utility technicians in a field that greatly needs workers. "The telecommunications and utilities industries are looking at something like a 30,000-worker shortage in the next 10 years," says Eric Harris, apprenticeship project coordinator with SCC's Workforce Solutions.
October 13, 2021
SPEDA Board of Directors approve the purchase of two buildings and 35 acres of land to Somerset Community College.Somerset Community College's (SCC) footprint in the industrial community expanded today, positioning its workforce development programs for growth and providing much-needed support to local employers.
October 11, 2021
College officials signed an agreement with the University Center of Southern Kentucky that will allow students to attend SCC for two years and then transfer to Lindsey Wilson College for their Bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in Business through the University Center located at SCC’s Somerset campus.Somerset Community College (SCC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding through the University Center of Southern Kentucky (UCSK) with Lindsey Wilson College (LWC), to create a transfer pathway for graduates transferring to LWC to complete their bachelor's degrees in Business Administration.
 
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