Career Craze Camp brings Lt. Gov. to campus

Chase Short with lt. gov, mayor, and judge executiveLt. Governor Jerry Abramson presented certificates to those participating in the HCTC Career Craze Camp. Hazard Mayor Nan Gorman and Perry County Judge Executive Denny Ray Noble joined in honoring the youth, including Chase Short, shown here at the Technical Campus. This camp focused on health care. Abramson stressed the need for students to receive at least a two-year degree or some kind of technical training or a four-year degree all of which are offered at HCTC through programs at the campus and through the University Center of the Mountains which partners with four-year universities.