Monthly Archives: April 2016

Northwest CTWE Advisory Breakfast held on April 20

Over 100 North Mississippi business and industry leaders attended the Northwest Mississippi Community College Career, Technical and Workforce Education (CTWE)/District Workforce Development Council annual Advisory Committee Meeting on April 20 at the David M. Haraway Center on the Senatobia campus. Each year these industry professionals join CTWE faculty and staff to discuss ways Northwest can […]

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Northwest drum major auditions rescheduled

The time for auditioning for 2016 drum major of Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Ranger Marching Band has been rescheduled, according to Justin Robinson, band director. Drum major auditions will now be held on Saturday, May 7 from 2-5 p.m. Guard auditions will still be held on Friday, May 6 from 3-5 p.m. and Saturday, May […]

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“Shoot for the Heart” event to benefit nursing program draws 348 shooters

Local shooters support Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Nursing Division at the 2016 Shoot for the Heart event in Tunica on April 21. A total of 348 shooters from across the country and Canada participated in the event. This team was sponsored by sponsored by Dowdle & Powell Heating & Air and W.L. Rich Electrical. Pictured […]

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Williams becomes second Northwest nursing instructor to achieve CNE

The Northwest Mississippi Community College Division of Nursing is pleased to announce that Monica Williams has become the school’s second nursing instructor to achieve the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) designation from the National League of Nursing (NLN). The CNE requires that the applicant meet strict eligibility criteria and that they successfully complete a certification examination […]

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Northwest hosts first annual IT competition for DeSoto County students

Students from the DeSoto County Career Technology Center West were on the campus of Northwest Mississippi Community College on April 8 for the first annual Information Technology (IT) Competition. Northwest’s Career, Technical and Workforce Education Division hosted the event, entitled “Rock IT,” which included online testing and an applied technical skills test. Northwest Information System […]

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President welcomes DeSoto County Supervisor Caldwell to campus

Northwest Mississippi Community College President Dr. Gary Lee Spears, left, welcomed DeSoto County Supervisor Lee Caldwell, 4th District, right, to the college’s open house foe the new Mechanical Technology Building on April 20. The 33,000 sq. ft building, located next to the Ag Tech Building on the Senatobia campus, houses the Welding and Cutting, Heating, […]

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Mayor receives plaque from PMMT student

Senatobia Mayor Alan Callicott, left, shows off his new Northwest Rangers plaque at Northwest Mississippi Community College’s open house for the new Mechanical Technology Building on April 20. The plaque was created for him by Precision Manufacturing and Machining Technology freshman Trey Cox of Hernando, right. The 33,000 sq. ft. building, located next to the […]

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SSS TRIO students receive Grant Aid scholarships

Pictured: These Northwest Mississippi Community College students are recent recipients of the Student Support Services (SSS) TRIO Grant Aid Scholarships who were honored at a reception on April 20. Pictured seated, left to right are, Erica Rubio of Sarah, Josephine Sykes and Barbara Pugh, both of Batesville, Erinn Adams of Senatobia, Tiffannie Merritt of Coldwater, […]

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Sen. Gray Tollison to speak at Northwest’s 100th Commencement Exercises

Northwest Mississippi Community College President, Dr. Gary Lee Spears, has announced that State Senator Gray Tollison of Oxford will serve as keynote speaker for the college’s 100th Commencement Exercises on Friday, May 13 at the Howard Coliseum on the Senatobia campus. Tollison is currently serving in Mississippi’s State Senate District 9, which encompasses Lafayette and […]

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