From left, students Zach Hernandez, Cameron Stewart and Tyler Newell practiced operating a MotoMan robot, which uses suction to move objects, at Bluegrass Community and Technical College’s Advanced Manufacturing Center in Georgetown. Specialized programs are the reason for a new record of community college certificates and degrees in 2016-17, according to state officials.
From left, students Zach Hernandez, Cameron Stewart and Tyler Newell practiced operating a MotoMan robot, which uses suction to move objects, at Bluegrass Community and Technical College’s Advanced Manufacturing Center in Georgetown. Specialized programs are the reason for a new record of community college certificates and degrees in 2016-17, according to state officials. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com
From left, students Zach Hernandez, Cameron Stewart and Tyler Newell practiced operating a MotoMan robot, which uses suction to move objects, at Bluegrass Community and Technical College’s Advanced Manufacturing Center in Georgetown. Specialized programs are the reason for a new record of community college certificates and degrees in 2016-17, according to state officials. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com

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