Posted:Thursday, February 02, 2017
Categories: Workforce; Students, general; ABE-GED
EMCC student Wakeena Spain, 23, was finding it difficult to juggle motherhood and college. Just seven classes short of an associate’s degree in Administrative Office Technology, Spain decided to delay completion to pursue another educational path. She entered EMCC's MI-BEST program will soon meet all the requirements needed for her to apply for work at a local manufacturing plant.
Posted:Thursday, January 12, 2017
Categories: Academic; Students, general; Workforce; Community
East Mississippi Community College's Golden Triangle campus is pleased to announce the 10th Annual Scholars’ Olympiad coming up Jan. 27. The deadline to register is Jan. 20. Visit this link for more more information and a registration form.
Posted:Wednesday, December 14, 2016
Categories: ABE-GED; Community; Workforce
EMCC held a GED commencement ceremony Dec. 8 at its Golden Triangle campus for 34 adult basic education students in the Launch Pad program. Among them was 50-year-old Elizabeth Ross of Crawford, who returned to school this year after a 33-year absence.
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:Friday, December 09, 2016
Categories: Workforce; Community
Local, state and federal agencies gathered Dec. 9 to break ground on the Golden Triangle’s newest workforce development project, The Communiversity. "Winning in economic development means having training programs that can respond to the market’s needs quickly and produce highly qualified workers," Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves said. "The Communiversity is yet another example of how our state is committed to success in attracting high-tech jobs."