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Area Middle School boys participate in G2-Tecs at SCC

Groups explore STEM opportunities
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By Allison Horseman & Cindy Clouse
News from Somerset Community College

SOMERSET, KY - Somerset Community College (SCC) hosted a Guys Geared Up for Technology, Engineering, Computers and Science, called G2-TECS, on the SCC Somerset campus recently. Students from 14 area middle schools including Adair County, Casey County, Cumberland County, McCreary County, Meece, North Laurel, Northern, Rockcastle County, Russell County, Science Hill Independent, Somerset Christian, South Laurel, Southern Middle and Wayne County took part in the conference.


G2-TECS was created as a way to encourage male students to consider mathematics-oriented and science-oriented careers, to gain confidence in mathematics and science and to take advanced level mathematics and science courses in high school. The G2-TECS program is designed to promote the National Science Foundation's (NSF) program which promotes a larger and more diverse science and engineering workforce.

Each student participated in workshops that explored careers in Respiratory Therapy, Emergency Medical Services, Physics/Engineering, Culinary Arts, Criminal Justice, 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing, Tai Chi and Robotic Welding.

The 3D printing/Additive Manufacturing workshop was hosted by Eric Wooldridge, SCC associate professor. The Robotic Welding workshop was hosted by Karl Watson, SCC associate professor, and Scott Stringer, SCC instructional specialist. The Culinary Arts program was hosted by SCC Chefs Ed Nazario and Michael Wells, and their students. The Criminal Justice program was hosted by Brandi Copenhaver, SCC professor, and Teresa Hinkle, SCC instructor. The Physics and Engineering workshop was hosted by Debra House, SCC professor of Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy, Billie Dobbs, SCC associate professor of Physics and Kathy Lewis, SCC professor of Mathematics. The Respiratory Therapy workshop was hosted by Jason Asher, SCC associate professor and clinical coordinator, and Angie Mills, SCC assistant professor. The Emergency Medical Services was hosted by Tracey Franklin, SCC instructor and Samantha Feldman, SCC instructor and clinical coordinator, and the Tai Chi workshop was hosted by Physical Therapist Assistant Shawn Frazee.

Lunch was catered by SCC Culinary Arts students.

GEMS team members, who helped plan the event, include: Cindy Byrd, Carol Calcaterra, Shanda Catron, Judy Covey, Tanya Cowan, Carrie Fitzpatrick, Debra House, Alesa Johnson, Kelly Johnson, Kathy Lewis, Ron Meade, Karen Plagge and Cecilia Ramilo.

Somerset Community College is a comprehensive two-year institution of higher education. SCC has campuses in Somerset and London, and centers in Clinton, McCreary, Casey, and Russell counties. For admission and program information, Website: somerset.kctcs.edu.
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Christopher Blake Helm, ACMS participates G2-TECS, SCC



2016-12-27 - Somerset Community College, Somerset, KY - Photo from Allison Horseman, Somerset Community College.
A student from Adair County Middle School, Christopher Blake Helm, above, recently participated in the Guys Geared Up for Technology, Engineering, Computers and Science (G2-TECS), at Somerset Community College. G2-TECS was created as a way to encourage male students to consider mathematics-oriented and science-oriented careers, to gain confidence in doing mathematics and science and to take advanced level mathematics and science courses in high school. - Allison Horseman, SCC.

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Russell Co. MS students participate in G2-TECS, at SCC



2016-12-27 - Somerset Community College, Somerset, KY - Photo from Allison Horseman, Somerset Community College.
Students from Russell County Middle School, from left: Eric Angel, Elisha Fletcher, Samuel Leveridge, Blake McClure and Tanner Popplewell, recently participated in the Guys Geared Up for Technology, Engineering, Computers and Science (G2-TECS), at Somerset Community College. G2-TECS was created as a way to encourage male students to consider mathematics-oriented and science-oriented careers, to gain confidence in doing mathematics and science and to take advanced level mathematics and science courses in high school. - Allison Horseman, SCC

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Casey Co. MS students participate in G2-TECS, at SCC



2016-12-27 - Somerset Community College, Somerset, KY - Photo from Allison Horseman, Somerset Community College.
Students from Casey County Middle School, From left: Dravin Benjamin, Caleb Gradner, Kadin Holtzclaw and Cameron McAnelly recently participated in the Guys Geared Up for Technology, Engineering, Computers and Science (G2-TECS), at Somerset Community College. G2-TECS was created as a way to encourage male students to consider mathematics-oriented and science-oriented careers, to gain confidence in doing mathematics and science and to take advanced level mathematics and science courses in high school. - Allison Horseman, SCC

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Cumberland Co. MS students participate in G2-TECS, at SCC



2016-12-27 - Somerset Community College, Somerset, KY - Photo from Allison Horseman, Somerset Community College.
Students from Cumberland County Middle School, from left: Nevin Hicks, Laric Horton, Alexander Newell, and Cyrus Vincent, recently participated in the Guys Geared Up for Technology, Engineering, Computers and Science (G2-TECS), at Somerset Community College. G2-TECS was created as a way to encourage male students to consider mathematics-oriented and science-oriented careers, to gain confidence in doing mathematics and science and to take advanced level mathematics and science courses in high school. - Allison Horseman, SCC

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