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Accelerating opportunity grant
Starting this spring, Ashland Community and Technical College will offer fast tracked education and training for students who are not college ready.
ACTC is accepting spring applications
Ashland Community and Technical College is accepting applications for Spring Semester 2014, and new student registration is underway.
Food Safety Course
ServSafe Food Safety Training and Certification Testing is again offered by ACTC to help food service managers and employees protect their customers, employees and business.
Christmas wreath class
ACTC and the Boyd County Public Library are co-sponsoring a class to help area residents get ready for the holidays.
Analysis of NEC
Upgrades for master electricians and electricians will cover updates to the National Electrical Code. Green Energy Management electrical contractors and HVAC journeymen and masters will include Green Energy trends, techniques and tips.
Recertification Classes at ACTC
Two HVAC/electrical recertification classes will be held Saturday, Nov. 9, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the ACTC Technology Drive Campus.
Judges needed for Lego tournament
ACTC will host a FIRST LEGO League Regional Tournament Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Technology Drive Campus. This is the only Regional Tournament held in the FIVCO area.
ACTC Cosmetology open house and free haircuts
The Ashland Community and Technical College Cosmetology Program will celebrate the college’s 75th Anniversary with several activities in the first week of November.
A Christmas Carol auditions held
ACTC Theatre will hold auditions for A Christmas Carol: Scrooge and Marley on Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 28 and 29, at 7 p.m. in the J. B. Sowards Theatre at the College Drive Campus.
ACTC announces 2nd Annual Science Fair
Area fourth to twelfth grade students are invited to participate in the second annual FIVCO Area Science & Engineering Fair that will be held Feb. 7 at the Ashland Community and Technical College Technology Drive Campus.
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