As a student at WKCTC, Daniel Hurt has been active in student activities and affairs over the past two years.
Daniel has served as the vice president of the WKCTC Student Government Association. “Since I was elected as an officer in SGA, I have continued to serve the student body as best I can. I always say that it’s important to mediate, not mirror what the masses want, because what they want may not be what is best.”
Daniel has also been a contributing member of Exit 7, the college’s literary journal for literature and art, and a member of the WKCTC’s environmental club Concept Zero. In the spring 2014, Daniel was selected to represent WKCTC as a Student Ambassador.
Along with his responsibilities at WKCTC, Daniel also works as a tutor in Livingston County High School’s afterschool program, his alma mater.
“WKCTC was obviously the best choice to start my college career because it was close to home, I could get a quality two-year education there with smaller size classrooms, and more interaction with professors who genuinely wish only the best for their students and to help them further their education and sense of self.”
Daniel is working toward his associate degree with plans to transfer to Murray State University to earn a bachelor’s degree before he completes a law degree from the University of Kentucky. “Public service is my calling. If I am eventually privileged to serve in elected office, it would be an honor.”