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August 9, 2022
SCC Lineman Training students received scholarships provided by Kentucky’s Touchstone Energy Cooperatives. From left to right: Nicholas Pippin, SCC lineman student from Adair County; Dean Rhodes, SCC lineman program coordinator; Martin Carter, SCC lineman student from Whitley County; and Christopher Cook, SCC lineman student from Spencer County.Three students enrolled in the Somerset Community College (SCC) Lineman Training program received $2,000 scholarships from Kentucky's Touchstone Energy Cooperatives.
August 9, 2022
Taiber Glotz has learned 3D printing through a partnership with Somerset Community College. She's now a team leader and will train others at Refuge For Women to use the skills at Survivor Made, the nonprofit's social enterprise.Somerset Community College (SCC) has teamed up with a program that helps women recover from sexual exploitation and human trafficking.
July 25, 2022
Somerset Community College Cosmetology student, Rose Bowen, competed in the Skills USA National competition and brought home 2nd place. In June, she competed in Atlanta, Georgia, and represented the State of Kentucky and Somerset Community CollegeRose Bowen, a Somerset Community College Cosmetology student, competed in the Skills USA National competition and brought home 2nd place. In June, she competed in Atlanta, Georgia, representing the State of Kentucky and Somerset Community College (SCC).
July 15, 2022
SCC Associate Professor Nikki Ware is recognized for developing an award winning technology-rich, engaging and pedagogically sound course. She will also serve as the Faculty Fellow for SCC for the 2022-2023 academic yearSomerset Community College is proud to announce that Professor Nikki Ware was recognized by her peers with the Exemplary Course Program (ECP) Award. The ECP Award, presented by Anthology, recognizes faculty and course designers from schools, colleges, and universities around the world who develop engaging and innovative courses that represent the very best in technology and learning.
July 15, 2022
Sixty one upward bound students from Clinton, Pulaski, Russell and Wayne Counties and ten staff members had a fun filled educational week at the University of Kentucky.Somerset Community College (SCC) Upward Bound has been awarded a five-year grant totaling $2.976 million from the U.S. Department of Education to continue serving first-generation and/or low-income students in four area counties.
June 24, 2022
TTAI met with the four award recipients of the TTAI Community Workforce Development Scholarship established for students interested in pursuing a technical program at Somerset Community College. Four students from Pulaski County received the TTAI Community Workforce Development Scholarship to attend Somerset Community College (SCC) this fall.
June 7, 2022
Dean's list spring 2022Somerset Community College is proud to announce the names of those students named to the Dean's List for the spring 2022 semester. The spring semester concluded in May, and 551 students were named to the list.
June 3, 2022
Shaina Nicole Brown has been awarded the Elwanda Brinkley Scholarship to attend Somerset Community College (SCC). Brown is a 2022 graduate of Clinton County High School where she participated in the band and the Senior Beta Club. She also sings and plays the flute at the Gospel Independent Baptist Church. Brown is the daughter of Ricky Vance Brown and Reta Gay Brown of Albany, KY. Bobbi Brooke Lovell has been awarded the Randall and Victoria Weddle Scholarship to attend SCC. Lovell is a 2022 Rockcastle County High School graduate and plans to pursue a Criminal Justice degree.
June 2, 2022
Eric WooldridgeLast week the Additive Manufacturing(AM) Coalition announced the appointment of eight members to the newly formed advisory board. One of those eight individuals is Somerset Community College Professor, Eric Wooldridge.
June 2, 2022
EKU and SCC officials announced an agreement to provide an ADN Nursing program at the EKU campus in Manchester, KY. Governor Andy Beshear and Dr. Aaron Thompson, Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education President were also present to share their support and backing of this partnership.Creating an educational pathway to address the dire need for nurses in the Commonwealth, Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) and Somerset Community College (SCC) announced an agreement yesterday that will create opportunities for students in the Manchester, Ky., area to earn an Associate Degree in Nursing at the EKU Manchester campus.
 
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