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August 14, 2019
CEO and President/Chief Operations Officer from Magnolia Bank, and ECTC' Dean of Institutional Advancement holding a $50,000 donation checkMagnolia Bank has announced a donation of $50,000 to support the development of a University Center at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College.
August 8, 2019
Mick Kennedy is not just a professor of arts and humanities at ECTC, but is also helping to build an active writers’ culture on campus. Originally from southern Indiana, Kennedy holds a Master of Fine Arts from Murray State University and has been teaching at ECTC for 20 years. He teaches composition, creative writing, literature and film.Mick Kennedy is not just a professor of arts and humanities at ECTC, but is also helping to build an active writers’ culture on campus. Originally from southern Indiana, Kennedy holds a Master of Fine Arts from Murray State University and has been teaching at ECTC for 20 years. He teaches composition, creative writing, literature and film.
August 8, 2019
SAVE THE DATE! Mark your calendars to join us at ECTC for the Heartland Book Festival on Friday, September 20 and Saturday, September 21. The Festival is sponsored by ECTC, Barnes & Noble, and the Hardin County Public Library.
August 1, 2019
Steven Sargeant, a member of ECTC’s Board of Directors, is committed to helping to sustain the planet by enhancing the value of plastic waste. As the Senior General Manager of Technology at FlexFilms in Elizabethtown, Steve has used his chemical engineering expertise to develop an energy-efficient process for recycling polyester (plastics).Steven Sargeant, a member of ECTC’s Board of Directors, is committed to helping to sustain the planet by enhancing the value of plastic waste. As the Senior General Manager of Technology at FlexFilms in Elizabethtown, Steve has used his chemical engineering expertise to develop an energy-efficient process for recycling polyester (plastics).
July 24, 2019
ECTC and the U.S. Army Garrison Fort Knox have become partners in offering the new Advanced Manufacturing Army Career Skills Program (CSP), which strengthens civilian career opportunities for soldiers.ECTC and the U.S. Army Garrison Fort Knox have become partners in offering the new Advanced Manufacturing Army Career Skills Program (CSP), which strengthens civilian career opportunities for soldiers.
July 22, 2019
Ceclian Bank leaders holding donation check of $10,000 with ECTC leader.The Cecilian Bank has announced a donation of $10,000 to Elizabethtown Community and Technical College’s University Center, which will allow access to advanced degree programs from multiple institutions in partnership with ECTC.
 
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