HOPKINSVILLE, KY. (May 2, 2023) Hopkinsville Community College and the Hopkinsville chapter (HOPFAME) of the Kentucky Federation of Advanced Manufacturing Education (KYFAME) will host a HOPFAME Student Recognition Ceremony at 5 p.m. on Thursday, May 4 in HCC’s Emerging Technologies Building, Anderson Room. The ceremony will include a signing ceremony for the new cohort, a recognition of current HOPFAME students, and a celebration of this year’s graduates.
HCC’S new HOPFAME student cohort who will graduate in May 2025:
Isaac Coulter of Hopkinsville
Hayden Hake of Elkton
Jesy Inman of Hopkinsville
Piper Krohn of Hopkinsville
Matt-Alex Ladd of Cadiz
Jay Sears of Trenton
Jessica Williams of Hopkinsville
Students who have completed their first year of HOPFAME and will graduate in May 2024:
Christian Angel of Hopkinsville
Kaedyn Fillers of Elkton
Austin Hale of Hopkinsville
Noah Holt of Elkton
Jackson Jones of Elkton
Layton Mason of Hopkinsville
Curtis Nichols of Elkton
Skylar Wilson of Cadiz
Students who will graduate on Friday, May 5, 2023 with an Associate of Applied Science degree in Advanced Manufacturing Technology:
Tabitha Arroyo of Pembroke
Defabrien Brown of Hopkinsville
Chase Dawson of Nortonville
Andrew Greene of Cadiz
Dalton Johnson of Cadiz
Dylan Roberts of Elkton
Kevin Shaw of Elkton
Nicolas Williams of Hopkinsville
Company sponsors for HOPFAME students include:
Plymouth Engineered Shapes
HOPFAME is a partnership of regional manufacturers, educational institutions, and community partners whose purpose is to implement apprenticeship-style training to create a pipeline of highly skilled workers in Industrial Maintenance Technology and Advanced Manufacturing Technology. This five-semester college degree program offers students meaningful higher education combined with continuous real-world experiences.
To learn more about the HOPFAME program at Hopkinsville Community College, visit https://rebrand.ly/HOPFAME.
For many Pennyrile Kentucky region and Fort Campbell residents, higher education begins at Hopkinsville Community College (HCC). The college serves thousands of area residents each year as a comprehensive regional learning center providing academic and technical associate degrees; diploma and certificate programs in occupational fields; pre-baccalaureate education; adult, continuing and developmental education; customized training for business and industry; and distance learning. As part of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, HCC is a critical component to transforming the region’s economy by providing citizens with the education and training needed for high growth, high wage careers. For more information, visit Hopkinsville.kctcs.edu.
HCC is an equal opportunity employer and education institution.