Posted:Friday, May 13, 2016
Categories: Community; Workforce; ABE-GED
EMCC Counseling to Career (C2C) Counselor Yulanda Haddix's work with at-risk youths was recognized when she became one of five finalists nominated for the 2016 Jefferson Award for Public Service. The award is sponsored by the CREATE Foundation of Tupelo.
Posted:Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Categories: Community; Workforce; Career-Technical; ABE-GED; Students, general
PACCAR Engine Company Columbus and Yokohama Tire Manufacturing Mississippi shared top honors April 20 at East Mississippi Community College’s 27th Annual Industry Appreciation Luncheon at the Golden Triangle campus. Both companies received the Director's Award, the event's highest honor.
Posted:Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Categories: Academic; ABE-GED; Community; Career-Technical; Students, general; Student Services; Workforce; Alumni
Job-seekers are polishing their resumes as they prepare to meet a regional gathering of potential employers at the annual East Mississippi Job Fair, coming April 28 to EMCC’s Golden Triangle campus. Employers on hand will include manufacturers like Yokohama Tire Manufacturing Mississippi, Airbus Helicopters Inc. and PACCAR Engine Company, along with representatives from other businesses seeking everything from health care workers to diesel technicians and fast food workers.
Posted:Thursday, March 03, 2016
Categories: Workforce; Students, general; ABE-GED; Community
EMCC is implementing a program to provide employability skills to participants in SNAP, or the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. SNAP was formerly known as the Food Stamp Program. Classes for the Employment & Training program at EMCC’s Golden Triangle Campus begin April 4 and will last four weeks.
Posted:Friday, February 12, 2016
Categories: ABE-GED; Workforce; Students, general; Community
Nineteen students graduated Thursday from EMCC's Counseling to Career program, or C2C. And all of them left graduation to begin work immediately at paid internships. C2C is a four-week program under EMCC's Workforce Services division in which students ages 17-24 are taught skills to improve their employability.