Posted:Thursday, December 15, 2016
EMCC Business and Marketing Management student Ryan Dye had a job lined up as a sales associate at Nicholas Air well before graduation day on Dec. 9. A resident of Columbus, Dye has applied to Mississippi University for Women, where he plans to earn a Bachelors of Applied Science degree in Business, taking classes online while working full-time.
Posted:Monday, December 12, 2016
Categories: Academic; Career-Technical; Community; Workforce; Students, general
East Mississippi Community College held fall 2016 graduation ceremonies Dec. 9 at its Golden Triangle and Scooba campuses. The ceremonies included more than 350 academic and career-technical students who graduated from the Scooba, Golden Triangle, Columbus Air Force Base, Naval Air Station Meridian, Lion Hills, West Point Center and online/eLearning locations.
Posted:Tuesday, December 06, 2016
Categories: Academic; Career-Technical; Lion Hills; Students, general; Community
East Mississippi Community College will hold fall graduation ceremonies on Friday, Dec. 9. At the Golden Triangle campus, the ceremony will be 2 p.m. at the Lyceum auditorium. In Scooba, graduation will be 6 p.m. at Keyes Currie Coliseum. Both can be seen live online on Ustream.
Posted:Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Categories: Career-Technical; Culinary; Students, general; Lion Hills
Three Culinary Arts Technology students from EMCC's Lion Hills Center earned first place in the statewide 2016-17 Collegiate DECA Mississippi competition in Natchez earlier this month. Larry Brownlee of Columbus, Robert Colbert of West Point and Josh Fountain of Utica will represent Mississippi in the international competition in Anaheim, Calif.
Posted:Thursday, November 17, 2016
Categories: Automation; Career-Technical; Electrical; Workforce
About 30 officials from 15 industries toured EMCC's Electrical Technology and Automation & Control departments during an open house at the Golden Triangle campus. One of the main reasons for the open house was to spread awareness about a collaboration by the two departments to cross-train interested students in both fields.