McGraw Named 2024 Pathfinder Award Winner

HENDERSON, Ky. – Henderson Community College recently presented its 2024 Pathfinder of the Year Award to Margie McGraw, Computer Programming Teacher and Perkins/Work-Based Learning Coordinator, at Union County High School.

The annual Pathfinder Award recognizes a local teacher or guidance counselor for exemplary efforts in assisting students with their college-going and career plans.

Each of KCTCS’s 16 colleges statewide selected a Pathfinder Award winner. A total of 320 high school teachers or guidance counselors were nominated by students, faculty or staff from the colleges. Winners were selected based on the following criteria:

  • Encouraged students to attend a KCTCS college.
  • Assisted students in identifying a career and postsecondary path.
  • Provided mentorship.
  • Maintained contact with students.

“We are thrilled to present this year’s Pathfinder Award to Margie McGraw,” said HCC President/CEO Jason Warren. “Margie is a valued partner at Union County High School who is a strong advocate of higher education and a great mentor for students. We appreciate all her efforts to help prepare and equip the next generation of Kentucky’s workforce.”

For more information and a photo of the award presentation to Margie McGraw, please visit Pathfinder Awards. The photo caption is available below.

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