Posted:Thursday, July 31, 2014
Categories: Community; Recruiting; Alumni; Workforce; Students, general; ABE-GED; eLearning
Dr. Rick Young announces the release of the 2014 East Mississippi Community College President’s Report: “The President’s Report gives us a chance to show others where we’ve been over the last year, and share some of our plans for the future.”
Posted:Monday, July 21, 2014
Categories: Workforce; Recruiting; Career-Technical
East Mississippi Community College’s Manufacturing Technology and Engineering Division hosted its inaugural Camp AMP (Advanced Manufacturing Professionals) program in June.
Posted:Monday, July 14, 2014
Categories: Academic; Workforce; Students, general; Recruiting; Community
For Tristian Tribble of Cedar Bluff, impatience is a virtue. Ready to begin her life, the 17-year-old earned her GED at EMCC last fall. By this summer she had completed the Certified Nursing Assistant course through EMCC’s Manufacturing Technology & Engineering Division with a 4.0 GPA, passed her state board exams on the first attempt, and interned for 270 hours at Dugan Memorial Hospital. And now she's registered for a full-time academic load at EMCC this fall.
Posted:Friday, June 13, 2014
Categories: Community; Workforce; Automation; Automotive; Drafting; Electrical; Electronics; Welding; Recruiting; Machining
EMCC’s Manufacturing Technology and Engineering team was in West Point June 12 to talk about helping people learn the skills employers want. “We’ve got a lot going on, both in Clay County and at EMCC with the consolidation of Workforce, credit courses and Adult Basic Education under the umbrella of the Manufacturing Technology and Engineering Division,” said Mitzi Thompson, director of EMCC’s West Point Center.
Posted:Monday, June 09, 2014
Categories: Academic; Alumni; Career-Technical; Community; eLearning; Recruiting; Students, general; Workforce
East Mississippi Community College broke ground Friday for a new 76,000-square-foot Student Union at the Golden Triangle campus. The multi-purpose building will include 12 classrooms, conference rooms, cafeteria, bookstore, computer lab, art gallery and fitness center. Construction is expected to take about two years.