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Located in the beautiful river community of Paducah, Kentucky, West Kentucky Community and Technical College is a nationally recognized, comprehensive, regional college serving more than 8,000 students annually and offering more than 200 associate degr...
Awards & Recognition
In early December 2017, WKCTC's 2018 physical therapist assistant graduating class donated a new skeleton to the PTA program to use in its kinesiology lab. The students paid for the skeleton themselves as a Christmas gift to the program! Awesome!Fall 2017
Ten West Kentucky Community and Technical College physical therapist assistant students attended the state conclave for the Kentucky Physical Therapy Association in Louisville October 1-2, 2016. The conference provides physical therapy and physical therapist assistant students networking opportunities and educational sessions on various topics.Fall 2016
Activities & Affiliations
Nursing and physical therapist assistant students from West Kentucky Community and Technical College worked with patients at the 2017 Purchase Area Diabetes Expo held at the McCracken County Extension office on October 28, 2017. Nursing students performed A1C (diabetes) tests and the PTA students performed foot screenings for peripheral neuropathy symptoms. Over 30 people were screened. Pictured left to right are: Jeriel Clark, Carla Cornelius, Tahneisha Bradshaw, Jessica Mathews, Jami Trevarrow, Veronica Tucker, Amy Bontrager (Bellarmine PT student), Allison Wiles and Nicholas (Scott) Hunter.Fall 2017
Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) and Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education (IECE) students at West Kentucky Community and Technical College were involved in activities to promote kindergarten readiness at the 2018 Kindergarten Ready Fair on March 24, 2018. During the fair held in WKCTC's Haws Gym, the students played math concept games, participated in health and wellness informative activities, and assisted "Pete the Cat" as he entertained the children. The WKCTC students also handed out door prizes and guided families to the 30-different vendor and activity tables at the fair. Pictured are WKCTC students: (Kneeling left to right) Stephanie Stevenson (PTA), Tahneshia Bradshaw (PTA), Grace Tracy (ICEC), Savannah McKee (IECE), and CharLea Davidson (IECE) (Second row) Audrey Leneave (IECE), Keristen Patterson (IECE), Roberto Mateo (PTA), Brandi Pearson (PTA), Lorie Trivette (IECE), Kat McMinn (IECE), Michelle Mims (PTA), and Julie Wooldridge (PTA). (Back row) Felicia Chandler (IECE). Not pictured: IECE students LaTasha Burns, Crystal Hansen, and Christina Terrell. Great job!!Spring 2018
Tahneshia Bradshaw of Metropolis is now enrolled at an Aspen Prize Top 10 Community College. West Kentucky Community and Technical College (WKCTC), where Tahneshia is pursuing a health science tec...Fall 2014Verified by West Kentucky Community & Technical CollegeExpand ▾
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