Kentucky FAME - West Chapter
The Kentucky Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (KY FAME) is a partnership of regional manufacturers whose purpose is to implement career pathway, apprenticeship-style educational programs that will create a pipeline of highly skilled workers. Scroll down to find out more.
DIVE INTO A CHALLENGING ADVANCED MANUFACTURING CAREER
Once you’re accepted into KY FAME, you will begin work on a combination education/training program to earn certification as an Advanced Manufacturing Technician (AMT). You will attend classes at a local community college two days a week and work 24 hours a week for a local employer – all while being paid a competitive wage for your work. After five semesters you will have earned an associate degree in Applied Science in Industrial Maintenance Technology-Advanced Manufacturing Technician Track, 68 to 71 college credit hours, two years of work experience and the AMT certification. At that point, you’ll be ready to enter the workforce full time with all the skills needed to succeed—and with the potential of no school debt!
West Chapter Manufacturing Partners
Ready to Apply to West Chapter FAME?
You’re smart, career-oriented, and ready for a well-paying career right now. With Kentucky Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (KY FAME), you can dive into a challenging advanced manufacturing career while receiving the education needed to build your resume and make you highly marketable to manufacturers across the state.
West Chapter News
SKY FAME Success Coach receives NABCA Innovation Award
NEWNAN, GA (May 19, 2022) – Kelcie Richart, Campus Director of the Franklin-Simpson Center at Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKYCTC), was presented with the Dr. George Giacumakis Innovation Award at the 25th annual conference of the National Association of Branch Campus Administrators (NABCA). The NABCA George Giacumakis Innovation Award is given to an academic…
Getting Kentucky Back to Work is Top Job at KCTCS
Paul Czarapata, President of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, gives his thoughts on the KCTCS and the FAME program: “We’re really proud of our Kentucky FAME program; that is the reason we were able to get that training facility in Hardin County. Ford looked at what we’ve done with Toyota, and what we’ve…
2021 HOPFAME Distinguished Graduate Announced
HOPKINSVILLE, KY. (May 11, 2021) William Camacho has been named the 2021 HOPFAME Distinguished Graduate at Hopkinsville Community College (HCC). Camacho earned an associate in applied science (AAS) degree in industrial maintenance technology on Saturday, May 8 upon completion of the HOPFAME program, which is a work-and-learn partnership between HCC and nearly 20 regional manufacturers.…