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Scott named Workforce Advanced Technology Coordinator

Stacy Scott of Senatobia has been named advanced technology coordinator for Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Workforce Development Division. In this position, Scott is responsible for industrial training in the 11 counties served by Northwest. He will be working with manufacturers overseeing the Mississippi Corridor Consortium advanced industrial and distribution training programs, the “train the trainer” […]

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Welding students make air-conditioning covers for Tate County Schools

Pictured: Recently, Northwest Mississippi Community College Welding and Cutting students (left to right) Nicholas Smith of Southaven, Larry Wims of Lake Cormorant, Austin Howard of Oxford, Dakota Kite of Saraland, Alabama, Ladarius Fields of Ashland and Jeremy Wilson of Olive Branch built several protective air-conditioning unit covers for Tate County Schools. Instructor for the Welding […]

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Base Camp Coding Academy students visit Northwest

Recently, students from the Base Camp Coding Academy (BCCA) in Water Valley were on the campus of Northwest Mississippi Community College to visit the Information Systems Technology program. The BCCA students learned about computer hardware by taking a computer apart and putting it back together with the help of Northwest students, who shared what they […]

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Information Systems Technology students present networking solution

These Northwest Mississippi Community College Information Systems Technology students recently researched, developed and presented a networking solution for their Advanced Network Administration class. Students who made presentations are (left to right) Jordan Chapman of Southaven, Christian Sullivan of Water Valley, Jason Lynch of Hernando, Sherry Cummins of Coldwater, Miles Bennett of Southaven, Christian Evans of […]

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Sen. Wicker visits new Mechanical Technology Building

Senator Roger Wicker, right, listens as Northwest Mississippi Community College Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology instructor Josh Buchanan explains how used air conditioning units can be used as teaching tools in the classroom. Wicker visited Northwest’s new Mechanical Technology Building on Aug. 12, during a visit to the Senatobia Rotary Club. The building houses […]

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Northwest ABE/GED new student registration dates set

New student registration for the GED program at Northwest Mississippi Community College is set for August 1- 4, according to Vickie Barksdale, director of Adult Basic Education at Northwest. Registration is available both during the day and evening in Batesville, Bruce, Byhalia, Charleston, Southaven, Hernando, Holly Springs, Oxford and Senatobia. “Northwest provides instruction to area […]

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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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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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