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Northwest Spring 2018 registration just around the corner

Registration for the 2018 spring semester at Northwest Mississippi Community College is just around the corner. Open registration and orientation for day classes for students who have not previously registered will be held on Monday, Jan. 8 and Tuesday, Jan. 9 on all Northwest campuses. Open registration for evening classes will be held on Thursday, […]

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Canon honored with DKG Red Rose Award

In December, Sybil Canon, associate vice president of development and special projects at Northwest Mississippi Community College, was honored with the prestigious Red Rose Award by the Alpha Delta chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International (DKG), founded in 1929 for key women educators with chapters across the nation and the world. Canon, who has […]

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Northwest DeSoto Center to offer 15-hour workplace leadership certificate

Beginning in January, Northwest Mississippi Community College will offer a 15 –hour college credit certificate program in workplace leadership at the DeSoto Center in Southaven. The program will consist of five three-hour courses: fundamentals of management and leadership, workplace communication, computer applications for the workplace, quality assurance and workplace safety. Participants will meet from 6-9 […]

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Northwest coaches honored at December Board of Trustees meeting

At the December meeting of the college’s Board of Trustees,  Northwest Mississippi Community College President, Dr. Gary Lee Spears, left, recognized (l-r) head football coach Benjy Parker, and head women’s soccer coach Levi Nunnally for being named MACJC Coaches of the Year in their respective sports. Congratulating Parker and Nunnally is Mike Moore, board chairman. […]

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Workforce Development Coordinator – Senatobia Campus – Deadline for Application: January 11, 2018

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Workforce Development Coordinator QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university required. Bachelor’s degree in technical or engineering area preferred. Minimum of three years’ work experience in a manufacturing/distribution environment preferred. Experience in adult training programs in industrial environment preferred. Strong analytical, organizational, oral and written communication, judgment/problem solving and […]

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Porter named Senatobia Rotary Club Student of the Month

Megan Porter of Coldwater (center), a student in the health care assistant program, was named the Senatobia Rotary Club’s December Student of the Month for Northwest Mississippi Community College. Congratulating Porter (l-r) Sarita Kramer, health care assistant instructor; Robin Douglas, assistant dean of career, technical and workforce education; Johnny Austin, grandfather; Hunter Porter, husband, and […]

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BOT students present projects to Sycamore Bank officials

Students in the Business Office Technology program at Northwest Mississippi Community College recently presented business plans to officials at Sycamore Bank for their Entrepreneurial Problem Solving class project. Sycamore Bank officials included vice presidents Paul Embrey and George Harris; Craig Dean and Sarah Fayyad, assistant vice presidents; Pam Hawks, director of training and deposit operations, […]

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Gateway Tires donates truck to Automotive Technology program

Gateway Tires recently donated a 1979 Chevy Scottsdale truck to the Northwest Mississippi Community College Automotive Technology Program. The truck will be used for both recruiting and training, according to instructor Kevin Miller. Showing off their new acquisition are (l-r) Jeremy Jarreau and Miller, instructors and Tauric Parrish and Chase Pannell, both sophomore automotive technology […]

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Northwest MI-BEST students receive Angel Tree gifts for their children

Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Mississippi Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training (MI-BEST) leaders started an “Angel Tree” to help their students’ children have a better Christmas. The students, who are in school full time and not employed, gave the names and a gift suggestion for their children 12 years and under. The Angel Tree wishes […]

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