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Monthly Archives: November 2014

Northwest receives scholarship donation from Sycamore Bank

Jay Tindall, left, chairman and CEO of Sycamore Bank presented a donation to the Sycamore Bank Endowment in honor of Northwest President Dr. Gary Lee Spears, left, and Mr. Gary Mosley, vice president for Finance. In addition to their scholarship, Sycamore Bank supports Northwest with their generous sponsorship of the Ranger football program, Reading Roundtable and […]

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Northwest Catholic Student Association meets with Jackson Diocesan Campus Minister

The Northwest Catholic Student Association (CSA) welcomed Fran Lavelle, Director of Campus Ministry, Dept. of Formational Ministries, from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Jackson to their November meeting. Lavelle spoke to the group about growing their membership and connecting with other students. The CSA meets the last Monday of the month each semester at 5:30 […]

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Holmes serving as Evening School director on Northwest Oxford campus

Last fall, Scott Holmes of Oxford joined the Northwest Mississippi Community College family as Evening School Director at the Lafayette-Yalobusha Technical Center following the untimely death of Evening School Director Tim Shorter, who had been at the college for a number of years. Holmes joined the staff at the Oxford Center as a part-time employee […]

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BMC residents present band directors gift of appreciation

The Baddour Center presented Northwest Director of Bands John Ungurait and Assistant Band Director Justin Robinson with gifts of appreciation Tuesday. The band previously performed for those in attendance at The Baddour Center’s annual homecoming flag football game. Pictured with Robinson, center, and Ungurait, far right, are Baddour residents Martha, Tommy and Lynn, and Executive […]

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DeSoto Center to offer evening school EMT program and other new classes in spring

The Evening School at Northwest Mississippi Community College’s DeSoto Center will be offering an Emergency Medical Technology (EMT) – Basic program as well as several other new classes and class times during the evening beginning in January 2015, according to Tonyalle Rush, evening school director. “We are thrilled to be able to bring back the […]

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Northwest offers Christmas Tour of historical Holly Springs homes

The Division of Continuing Education is offering a holiday trip to Holly Spring’s 26th Annual Christmas Tour of Homes, the sole fund-raising event for the Marshall County Historical Museum. The trip is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 13 from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. The fee for the trip is $50 and the deadline to register is […]

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Northwest Online now offering eight-week mini-sessions

The Division of eLearning at Northwest Mississippi Community College recently announced they would be offering eight-week online mini-session courses for the first time in school history. “Mini-sessions were developed for people who wish to take courses over an intensive eight-weeks, instead of a traditional semester. Whether you are trying to expedite your degree plan to […]

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Industrial Electronics student currently working as intern in A.M.P. program

Jeannette Horton of Senatobia, left, is a freshman industrial electronics and engineering technology (IEET) student at Northwest Mississippi Community College who is currently an industrial maintenance intern at Windsor Foods in Oakland. She is learning some new processes from her instructor Brad Bross, right. Horton completed the Basic Manufacturing Course through Mississippi’s Workforce Development program […]

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