Alumni

Are you a graduate from or have you attended Hazard Community and Technical College? Maybe you are a current student. If so, you are a HCTC Alumni. Perhaps you are a friend or parent or just want to be involved and support HCTC. You can also be a part of our Alumni program.

In January 2011, HCTC embarked on developing an Alumni program which will serve to link students and graduates with each other as well as with the college. The Alumni program s mission is to connect Alumni with each other and to engage Alumni in activities and events that strengthen interest in and support of all the campuses of Hazard Community and Technical College.

You can help us further develop our program by joining our Alumni Directory, telling us about yourself, and informing us of opportunities, time or talents you may have which will benefit existing students. For instance, as a HCTC Alumni who is now employed, you or your employer may be interested in internships or mentoring opportunities as well as you may be looking to hire the perfect employee. Our Alumni program can connect you with the students or graduates that need your help.

Click on the links to the left of this page to see what opportunities await you as a HCTC Alumni.

 
 
 

News

March 21, 2017

Chad Knight - Success Story - Nursing Program

Dr. Chad Knight is glad he took a “leap of faith” the day he enrolled at Hazard Community and Technical College. He was 30-years-old when he decided to work on his education and now he is a fifth-year surgical resident physician which means he is in the final year of training to become a board-certified general surgeon.Dr. Chad Knight is glad he took a “leap of faith” the day he enrolled at Hazard Community and Technical College. He was 30-years-old when he decided to work on his education and now he is a fifth-year surgical resident physician which means he is in the final year of training to become a board-certified general surgeon.
January 20, 2017

HCTC BSCTC SKCTC awarded 35 million workforce development grant

This is a very exciting time for us to change our region and this is the springboard we need at this pivotal time. HCTC President Dr. Jennifer LindonThis is a very exciting time for us to change our region and this is the springboard we need at this pivotal time. HCTC President Dr. Jennifer Lindon
January 20, 2017

HCTC awarded 15 million grant

The ARC funding will be used towards the Intergenerational Training Center at the Lees College Campus in Jackson. The money will be used to furnish and equip the facility.The ARC funding will be used towards the Intergenerational Training Center at the Lees College Campus in Jackson. The money will be used to furnish and equip the facility.
January 20, 2017

Enroll now in 12-week or eight-week classes

Financial aid is available for these classesFinancial aid is available for these classes
January 18, 2017

Meet HCTCs new reference librarian: Evelyn Hudson

HCTC libraries also have a unique focus on Appalachian culture  which should be preserved and passed on. I grew up immersed in it  heard much of the colorful local history from my grandfather  listened to bluegrass music  my grandmother sang me church hymns  and I spent more time in the hills than I did in my house. I am excited about working with a book collection that focuses on something so close to my heart. Evelyn HudsonHCTC libraries also have a unique focus on Appalachian culture which should be preserved and passed on. I grew up immersed in it heard much of the colorful local history from my grandfather listened to bluegrass music my grandmother sang me church hymns and I spent more time in the hills than I did in my house. I am excited about working with a book collection that focuses on something so close to my heart. Evelyn Hudson