Editor’s note: A few photos submitted to us by AACC-member colleges.

Ivanka Trump visits Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) as part of an eastern Kentucky workforce training tour. Joining her in the discussion are BSCTC President Sherry Zylka (center, in red), Gov. Matt Bevin, U.S. Rep. Hal Rogers, Kentucky Secretary of Workforce Development and Education Derrick Ramsey and Joe Craft, CEO of Alliance Resource Partners. (Photo: Office of Gov. Matt Bevin)

Manchester Community College welcomes Gov. Chris Sununu for his announcement on expanding college nursing programs in New Hampshire. (Photo: Office of Gov. Chris Sununu)

Greenfield Community College President Yves Salomon-Fernandez (center) greets Massachusetts state representative candidates Mindy Domb (left) and Natalie Blais to discuss priorities for the college. (Photo: GCC)

Braidy Industries CEO Craig Bouchard stops by Ashland Community and Technical College’s Advanced Integrated Technology lab to meet with students before the 20th Ashland Alliance Annual Meeting and Regional Celebration. (Photo: ACTC)

Panelists during the Advanced Technological Education Principal Investigators conference last week in Washington, D.C. included Indian River State College President Edwin Massey (center left), South Central College President Annette Parker (center right) and Columbus State Community College President David Harrison. (Photo: AACC)

The Coffeyville Fire Department in Kansas joins Coffeyville Community College fire-fighting students for live-burn training on a structure that was scheduled to be demolished. (Photo: CCC)

Mount Hood Community College students visit Mount St. Helens during a geology field trip. (Photo: MHCC)

South Louisiana Community College students visit the International School of Aviation Excellence and take an aerial viewing of Iberia Parish. (Photo: SLCC)

Texas State Technical College educators visit Waco’s Challenger Learning Center during an open house for teachers. (Photo: TSTC)

Waubonsee Community College automotive students help a local Boy Scouts troop earn its automotive maintenance and safety merit badge. (Photo: WCC)

In Alabama, eighth graders visit Northwest-Shoals Community College for a hands-on look at career opportunities that don’t require a four-year education. (Photo: Alabama Community College System)

More than 850 students from 11 high schools attend the annual Reality Fair at East Mississippi Community College. (Photo: EMCC)

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