SKYCTC named among Best Places to Work in Kentucky for 10th year
By Mark Brooks, SKYCTC

Posted on March 15, 2024 5:50 PM

Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKYCTC) was designated as one of the 100 “Best Places to Work in Kentucky” by the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, the Kentucky Society for Human Resource Management (KYSHRM) and CHI Saint Joseph Health. This is the 10th year SKYCTC has been awarded this recognition.

One hundred companies across the state will attend the 20th Annual Best Places to Work in Kentucky. The winners will be ranked at an awards dinner Thursday, June 13, 2024 at the Central Bank Center (formerly Lexington Convention Center). The selection process is based on assessing the company’s employee policies and procedures and the results of an internal employee survey. For more details about Best Places to Work in Kentucky, visit

"It is indeed an honor for every member of the SKYCTC family to receive this honor. Our College is built around core values of caring for others and excellence in education. Everything we do is in service to our students, communities, and our fellow employees. I am proud of what our team has accomplished and the organization we have become," states Dr. Phillip Neal, SKYCTC President and CEO.

“We work diligently to find the right employees who understand and exemplify the vision and mission of SKYCTC,” says Sherri Forester, Vice President of Administrative Services at SKYCTC. “I am incredibly proud of our employees and how they embody the culture of caring we strive to achieve at SKYCTC.”

The Best Places to Work winners are divided into small, medium, and large businesses – 15 to 149 employees, 150 to 499 employees and 500 employees or more, respectively, according to a news release from the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

The competition is a multi-year initiative designed to motivate companies in the Commonwealth to focus, measure and move their workplace environments toward excellence.


For a complete list of the 100 businesses chosen for this designation, visit the Kentucky Chamber Bottom Line News site.

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