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For the past ten years, staff and students at the Southern Indiana Career and Technical Center have changed the face of technical education in our area.From the back room and basements of scattered high schools in a five county area, the students came together in a bright, spacious new facility in 2006. They spend half days at the center, learning specific aspects of ten different career areas.On Friday, February 26, 2016, WNIN-FM broke out of the studio for a Day Out at the SICTC. Through live and recorded interviews and unique features produced by SICTC telecommunications students, we told their stories. Please enjoy our coverage as you learn more about this important education center in our area.

Day Out: Teacher- Adminstrator Interviews

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Samantha Horton interviews Brent Devault, one of the instructors in computers and Cisco systems architecture.
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Daniel Moore interviews Jeanine Minor, graphic communications instructor.
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Mareea Thomas interviews Terry Kulenkamp, one of the instructors in the horticulture area.
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Steve Burger interviews Bryan Ruble from Automotive, and Jim Buente from the Diesel areas at SICTC.
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Steve Burger interviews health professions instructors Gwen Barnett and Angie Pruitt.
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Mareea Thomas interviewed Chef Ed Ellis, who operates the restaurant at the SICTC as well as teaching students.
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John Gibson talked live with superintendents David Smith from the EVSC, and Brad Schneider of Warrick County about career and technical education.
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Steve Burger interviewed Dan Ulrich, director of career, technical and adult education about how the beginnings of the SICTC.

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