Posted:Friday, April 24, 2015
Categories: Academic; Career-Technical; Students, general
East Mississippi Community College's Scooba campus held its annual Awards Day on April 21. Instructors from academic and career-technical programs recognized their most outstanding students from the past year, along with Scholar Athletes, Class Favorites, Mr. & Mrs. EMCC and students named to Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.
Posted:Friday, April 17, 2015
Categories: Academic; Students, general
Every day is Casual Friday in science instructor Eric Ford’s class. Generally outfitted in his trademark ponytail, untucked (frequently Hawaiian) shirt and cargo pants, Ford doesn’t look like the most buttoned-down instructor at EMCC’s Golden Triangle campus. Yet, he was the one recognized Wednesday at Lion Hills in Columbus as the Golden Triangle Development LINK’s 2015 Post-Secondary Educator of the Year.
Posted:Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Categories: Academic; Career-Technical; Students, general; Workforce
East Mississippi Community College instructors recognized their most outstanding students April 9 during Awards Day at the Golden Triangle campus. Students receiving awards included Brittany Bontrager of Macon, who swept four categories -- Psychology, American History, Anatomy & Physiology and Music Appreciation.
Posted:Tuesday, April 07, 2015
Categories: Academic; Community; Students, general
The Choral Music Department at East Mississippi Community College will present an evening of song and theatre April 10 as “Pops & A Play” returns to the Orr Center, Scooba campus. Curtain time is 7 p.m. Free admission!
Posted:Wednesday, April 01, 2015
Categories: Academic; Career-Technical; Community; Workforce; Students, general; Student Services
The East Mississippi Job Fair returns to EMCC's Golden Triangle campus April 30. Organizers expect 50 or more employers and educational institutions to attend. And RSVPs are coming in every day. Some of those employers will seek to fill immediate openings, while educators will offer training that could help currently employed people “level up” to a better job.