Most high school students have read about the Holocaust. But it’s not every day students get to meet a Holocaust survivor and learn first-hand about one? of history’s darkest moments.
The Appalachian Rural Development Philanthropy Initiative (ARDPI) has released a promotional video that will bring increased awareness to the value of community foundations in Eastern Kentucky Appalachian region.
If you want to know more about Apple’s iPad or iPhone, or just want to make sure you are getting the maximum use from these mobile devices, The Center for Rural Development is hosting a one-day-only introductory training class on Oct. 29 to help get you up to speed on some of today’s hottest, cutting-edge mobile communication tools.
Educators, parents, students, and business and community leaders in Southern and Eastern Kentucky now have a new Internet presence—and expanded social media platforms—to keep up with what’s going on in education throughout the region. Forward in the Fifth, an affiliate of The Center for Rural Development, has launched a redesigned interactive website, www.fif.org, that highlights [...]
The two-day Tennessee Valley Corridor National Technology Summit wrapped up on Thursday at The Center for Rural Development in Somerset with a panel discussion on “Connecting the Valley for New Job Creation,” featuring guest panelist Lonnie Lawson, president and CEO of The Center. Lawson joined co-panelists Greg Jones, executive director of Southeast Kentucky Economic Development [...]
U.S. Congressman Harold “Hal” Rogers (KY-05) welcomed government, educational, and energy leaders to Southeastern Kentucky today for the opening session of the Tennessee Valley Corridor National Technology Summit. The Summit, which focuses on “Promoting America’s Energy Security,” is being held Wednesday and Thursday at The Center for Rural Development in Somerset. Taking the podium to [...]
Thanks to The Center for Rural Development’s Web Department, the Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce now has at its disposal a new interactive, user-friendly website that showcases the city and county’s business community and commercial potential to the rest of the globe. The redesigned website incorporates the latest social media platforms and new web-based technologies [...]
Technology can do amazing things, and a grant from the Microsoft Corporation is helping The Center for Rural Development further its mission as a leading provider of educational technology services. The Center, a nonprofit organization based in Somerset, has been awarded a $51,434 grant for Microsoft software to provide technology-based educational services and support to [...]
The Center for Rural Development has launched its new website. The redesigned site, created through an extensive in-house collaboration between The Center’s marketing and public relations and web development teams, exemplifies The Center’s vision for continuing to adapt to seek new ways to communicate with the world and serve the residents of Southern and Eastern Kentucky and beyond.
The Center for Rural Development’s web development team has designed a new website for Eastern Kentucky PRIDE (Personal Responsibility in a Desirable Environment), one of The Center’s affiliate organizations, that’s more interactive and user-friendly for viewers. The website, which launched in June, prominently features some of today’s top social media platforms—including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube—more [...]