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EMCC COMMERCIAL TRUCK DRIVING GRADUATE DRIVEN TO SUCCEED

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Thirteen months after graduating from East Mississippi Community College’s Commercial Truck Driving program, Jackson resident Corwin “CJ” Lawson, Jr., 23, is launching his own freight transport business.

Thirteen months after graduating from East Mississippi Community College's Commercial Truck Driving program, Jackson resident Corwin "CJ" Lawson, Jr., 23, is launching his own freight transport business.

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East Mississippi Community College students earned three first place, five second place and three third place awards in the Mississippi Collegiate DECA’s 2019 Career Development Conference that took place Feb. 20-21 at EMCC’s Golden Triangle campus and the Mississippi University for Women.

EMCC STUDENTS EARN 14 AWARDS AT MISSISSIPPI COLLEGIATE DECA

February 25, 2019

East Mississippi Community College students earned three first place, five second place and three third place awards in the Mississippi Collegiate DECA's 2019 Career Development Conference that took place Feb. 20-21 at EMCC's Golden Triangle campus and the Mississippi University for Women. More


East Mississippi Community College’s Information Systems Technology Department and the student-led Association of Information Technology Professionals will host a Digital Symposium Thursday, Feb. 28, to showcase emerging technologies to area businesses, industries and high school students. That event will be followed by a Local Area Network, or LAN, party for gamers the following night on Friday, March 1.

EMCC TO HOST DIGITAL SYMPOSIUM, LAN PARTY

February 21, 2019

East Mississippi Community College's Information Systems Technology Department and the student-led Association of Information Technology Professionals will host a Digital Symposium Thursday, Feb. 28, to showcase emerging technologies to area businesses, industries and high school students. That event will be followed by a Local Area Network, or LAN, party for gamers the following night on Friday, March 1. More


East Mississippi Community College is launching a Learning in Our Neighborhood (LION) program that will allow adult residents the opportunity to take noncredit courses on a wide range of topics.

EMCC TO OFFER LOW-COST CLASSES FOR LIFELONG LEARNERS

February 18, 2019

East Mississippi Community College is launching a Learning in Our Neighborhood (LION) program that will allow adult residents the opportunity to take noncredit courses on a wide range of topics. More