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HCTC working on job-driven training programs

Group picture of workersThe staff is assembled for a new initiative at Hazard Community and Technical College. HCTC is one of six Kentucky community colleges to receive $10 million to support job-driven training programs for Computer Information Technology (CIT) and Medical Information Technology (MIT). The funding is part of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training competitive grant program. Seated, from left, Mindy Walters, Instructional designer; Wendy Davidson, CIT instructor; Dr. Ella Strong, Senior Project Advisor; Erica Hamilton, Grant Accounting Specialist. Standing, from left, are: Tammy Davis, MIT instructor, Josh Hatfield, Project Director; Kimberly Cunagin, Senior Project Assistant; and Becky Thorpe, Outreach and Placement specialist.