Posted:Thursday, March 09, 2017
Categories: Culinary; Hotel-Restaurant; Lion Hills; Students, general
Two EMCC students competing in Mississippi DECA Winter Leadership Conference and Competition in Raymond, Liz Ward and Drew Hoyt of the college's Lion Hills Center location, have qualified to represent Mississippi in the international competition in Anaheim, Calif.
Posted:Thursday, June 09, 2016
Categories: Career-Technical; Hotel-Restaurant; Students, general; Recruiting
Fifty-year-old Betty Hoskins of Aliceville, Ala., reached a turning point in her life last year. Her four children were grown. They had left home and were raising families of their own. Next year, Hoskins will graduate with an associate's degree in Hotel & Restaurant Management from EMCC's Lion Hills Center and hopes to find a job in the hotel industry in Columbus.
Posted:Friday, April 17, 2015
Categories: Career-Technical; Lion Hills; Hotel-Restaurant; Culinary; Community; Students, general
Fresh off of cooking at Augusta National Golf Club during the Masters, Chef Carlos Montemayor visited Columbus on Wednesday to help out an old friend, EMCC culinary instructor and Lion Hills chef Matt Molina. The timing couldn’t have been better -- Lion Hills served 300 lunch guests during the LINK’s Education Excellence Luncheon and civic club meetings.
Posted:Thursday, April 16, 2015
Categories: Workforce; Career-Technical; Students, general; Automotive; Electrical; Electronics; Hotel-Restaurant; Computers; Welding; Machining; Lion Hills
Nine EMCC students will trek to Louisville, Ky., in June for the chance to become SkillsUSA national champions. In total, 18 Golden Triangle students from six programs placed in the Mississippi SkillsUSA in Jackson -- with nine claiming First Place. A reception was held April 9 to congratulate the competitors and wish them luck at nationals.
Posted:Friday, January 30, 2015
Categories: Band; Culinary; Hotel-Restaurant; Community; Students, general
Community college students, faculty and staff from all over Mississippi gathered at First Baptist Church in Jackson Feb. 27 to host the annual Legislative Appreciation Luncheon. Elected officials stopped by to share a lunch of catfish gumbo and all the trimmings prepared by culinary arts students.