Posted:Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Categories: Community; Alumni; Students, general
The spring issue of The Lions' Pride includes stories and photos about Homecoming spirit, awards and events, alumni gatherings, campus news, building updates, sports reports, philanthropy and In Memoriam tributes. Visit this link to read the news from Lion Country.
Posted:Monday, May 30, 2016
Categories: Academic; Community; Students, general; Alumni
Since its first broadcast a year ago, EMCC's radio station on the Golden Triangle campus has grown its listenership through innovative content. On June 1, WGTC 92.7 FM will debut the first episode of a live radio drama called “Search for Happiness.” The storyline revolves around a fictional Bartlesville, Okla., oil tycoon by the name of J.D. Gray whose three grown daughters discover he has eloped with a woman not much older than they are.
Posted:Thursday, May 26, 2016
Categories: Academic; Career-Technical; ABE-GED; Community; Workforce; Students, general; Recruiting; Alumni
The opening later this fall of a two-story, 76,000-square-foot student union and multi-purpose building at EMCC's Golden Triangle campus will help alleviate growing pains at the college and provide additional classroom space. It is also expected to become a focal point for students looking to grab a bite to eat, visit with friends or prepare for their next class.
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:Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Categories: Community; Alumni; Workforce; Students, general
EMCC President Dr. Thomas Huebner and the presidents of Meridian Community College, East Central Community College and Jones County Junior College met this week to reaffirm their commitment to working together on the development of a strong regional workforce -- one that will keep existing industry healthy and help to attract new industry.