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August 12, 2022

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Youth Programs Reunion

Graduates of The Center for Rural Development’s Rogers Scholars, Rogers Explorers, and Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute (ELI) summer youth leadership programs are invited to join their friends for a day of fun, food, and football on Saturday, Sept. 29, at the 2012 Youth Programs Reunion.

MSU Rogers Explorers discover talents

Paintsville Junior High School student Matt Daniel knew he wanted to pursue a career in healthcare.

EKU Rogers Explorers meet NASA astronaut

Rogers Explorer Kara Beth Williams of Beattyville couldn’t believe she was talking to a real-life astronaut.

Rogers Explorers graduate at UC

Thirty students—all rising ninth-graders from across Southern and Eastern Kentucky—put their math, science, and technology skills to work this summer on the campus of the University of the Cumberlands (UC).

Rogers Explorers graduate at Lindsey Wilson

The first class of 2012 Rogers Explorers graduated from Lindsey Wilson College.

Rogers Explorers arrive at LWC

  Careers in math, science, and technology are much in demand, and students across Southern and Eastern Kentucky will have a chance this summer to explore their skills in these leading career fields while spending time on a college campus. The first two of four scheduled summer sessions of The Center for Rural Development’s 2012 […]

New youth programs coordinator

The Center for Rural Development has named University of Kentucky graduate Delaney Stephens of Somerset as youth programs coordinator and community liaison. Stephens, who has a background in public service and leadership, will coordinate The Center’s three summer youth leadership programs and serve a dual role as community liaison networking with government and community leaders […]

New Rogers Explorers session at MSU

Applications accepted through March 21.

Support the region’s youth

Past student participants of The Center’s youth programs take to television airwaves.

Phillips will take on dual leadership role

The Center for Rural Development has announced that Emily Phillips will assume a dual leadership role in the organization. Lonnie Lawson, president and CEO of The Center, announced this week that Phillips will serve as youth programs coordinator while continuing her current position as community liaison. Phillips will coordinate The Center’s three summer youth leadership […]

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