For a telecommunications network to function effectively, sound planning, design, and management are required. In a new, instructor-led Your Center of Learning training course on network design and management, presented by The Center for Rural Development, participants will examine the design considerations and management aspects of a telecommunications network.
The Center for Rural Development is accepting applications now through Jan. 31 for the 2015 summer session of the Rogers Scholars youth leadership program.
Entrepreneurs are innovators, creative thinkers, and risk takers often defying the odds to turn their dreams into reality. Small business owners and entrepreneurs working to grow the region’s economy were recognized at the 2014 Excellence in Entrepreneurship Awards (EIEA) luncheon.
Recent outbreaks, the emergence of drug-resistant diseases and the potential threat of bioterrorism have pushed the need to re-examine isolation & quarantine (I&Q) preparedness. Modern conditions have left many responders, especially in rural and remote communities, without the knowledge and training they need for activating or coordinating aid for isolation and quarantine response. Although certain […]
Register online for John Maxwell’s L2: Learn-Lead leadership training.
An exhibit by landscape photographer Gary Compton of Somerset is on display at The Center for Rural Development through Oct. 1.
Triple Threat Productions, in partnership with The Center for Rural Development, is presenting the first of three Studio Dance, All-Star Cheer, and Dance competitions on Nov. 7-9 at The Center in Somerset.
Lake Cumberland Performing Arts and The Center for Rural Development announce new season subscriptions for the 2014-2015 Center Stage LIVE! season are now on sale. “We are excited to offer season subscriptions for our new Center Stage lineup,” said Dianna Winstead, associate director of arts, culture, and events at The Center. “Season subscribers will have an […]
The Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium (RDPC) at The Center for Rural Development is helping first responders understand how to work with the media in emergency or crisis situations. Many rural first responder organizations do not have dedicated personnel to fill the role of a Public Information Officer (PIO), and so they must understand how to […]
We’ll get you cooking with fun experiences, instruction and demonstrations from Chef Mete. You will also take home recipes from each class you attend. Learn to create a meal that will have everyone you know saying…C’est si bon!