McGraw Named 2024 HCC Pathfinder Award Winner

Henderson Community College (HCC) 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, please visit Pathfinder Awards

Margie McGraw 

HCC’s Dean of Student Affairs & Registrar Chad Phillips and Coordinator of Student Engagement & Retention Laura Ivy Present the 2024 Pathfinder Award to Margie McGraw