When people ask me about the human services program at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, I tell them we prepare the helpers of the future. So many people’s career decisions are driven by their desire to help others, and that’s exactly what human services professionals do.

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Though she is not yet in high school, James T. Alton Middle School eighth-grader Katie Rundle already has learned more first-hand lessons in cultural diversity than most American adults.

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Whether she’s raising dogs and rabbits, snapping photos or swinging a bat, Central Hardin High School sophomore Abby Wilson keeps busy.

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Jorja McDowell learns life lessons early by working in her stepmom’s store, the Red Brick Cottage in Radcliff.

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When she’s not focused on her academics or extracurricular activities at Central Hardin High School, Caroline Haydon often can be found interacting with animals.

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While a student at LaRue County High School, Sydney Pepper dedicated a lot of her time there to FFA, eventually becoming a state officer.

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You have heard it time and time before — there are endless benefits of starting your higher education journey at a community college. Students attending Elizabethtown Community and Technical College save money, remain closer to home and receive more individualized attention than what they mi…