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Natalie Ehrhardt

Northwest Mississippi Community College is offering an ACT Preparation Workshop on Monday, Jan. 29 and Tuesday, Jan. 30 from 6 to 9 p.m. Deadline to register for the workshop is Thursday, Jan. 25 by noon.

Northwest Mississippi Community College is offering an ACT Preparation Workshop on Monday, Jan. 29 and Tuesday, Jan. 30 from 6 to 9 p.m. Deadline to register for the workshop is Thursday, Jan. 25 by noon.

This workshop provides an overview of the ACT format, followed by a review of verbal and mathematics fundamentals for solving typical test questions. Time management and test-taking strategies will also be discussed. Students will need to bring a calculator, notebook and pen or pencil to the workshop.

The workshop will be taught by Shelley Miller and Samantha Moore for a fee of $105 with the textbook included. It will be held in Room 104 in the Haraway Center on the Senatobia campus.

Those interested may print out a registration form from the Northwest website at www.northwestms.edu/ACTprep. Mail it, along with payment, to the address on the form.

For more information, contact Pam Wooten, coordinator of Continuing Education, at 562- 3968 or e-mail pwooten@northwestms.edu.

  • ACT
  • Community
  • Continuing Education
Natalie Ehrhardt

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.

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 were filled by the generosity of the Wesley Sunday School Class at Senatobia First United Methodist Church. Showing off the tree (l-r) are Elizabeth Kairit, MI-BEST Coordinator and Rachelle Washington, MI-BEST Student Navigator. (Photo by LaJuan Tallo)

  • Career tech
  • MI-BEST
  • students
  • Workforce
Natalie Ehrhardt

Gateway Tires recently donated a 1979 Chevy Scottsdale truck to the Northwest Mississippi Community College 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 students from Holly Springs. (Photo by LaJuan Tallo)

  • Career tech
  • Community
  • students
Natalie Ehrhardt

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.

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, David Dowdle, president, Doug McClure, vice president and Steve White, Oxford loan consultant and Northwest Board of Trustees member. Pictured front row (l-r) are students Hayden Holley of Senatobia; Kim Beebe of Sarah and Latasha Isom of Senatobia. Back row (l-r) are Josh Agner of Hernando, Cortel Sandridge of Coldwater, D’Alforne Burt of Grenada and Sheena Etherton, instructor. (Photo by LaJuan Talllo)

  • Career tech
  • Community
  • students
Natalie Ehrhardt

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.

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 Rotary President Addison Lawrence. (Photo by LaJuan Tallo)

  • Career tech
  • Community
  • students