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EMCC, OCH AND OKTIBBEHA COUNTY PARTNER TO PROVIDE EMT TRAINING

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Officials from Oktibbeha County and East Mississippi Community College gathered at OCH Regional Medical Center Nov. 28, to mark a collaboration that will provide members of the Oktibbeha County Fire Department an opportunity to earn their emergency medical technician (EMT) certification without leaving the county.

Officials from Oktibbeha County and East Mississippi Community College gathered at OCH Regional Medical Center Nov. 28, to mark a collaboration that will provide members of the Oktibbeha County Fire Department an opportunity to earn their emergency medical technician (EMT) certification without leaving the county.

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Scooba resident Carly Stokes, 29, is among 18 East Mississippi Community College students who will graduate in December thanks to a statewide initiative to help Mississippians complete the courses they need to earn a degree.

18 EMCC STUDENTS ENROLLED THROUGH C2C PROGRAM TO GRADUATE

November 16, 2018

Scooba resident Carly Stokes, 29, is among 18 East Mississippi Community College students who will graduate in December thanks to a statewide initiative to help Mississippians complete the courses they need to earn a degree. More


The public is invited to attend East Mississippi Community College’s Fine Arts Holiday Celebration on the Scooba campus Nov. 27, which will feature musical performances, a Christmas tree-lighting ceremony and a pottery sale.

EMCC FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT TO HOST HOLIDAY CELEBRATION

November 16, 2018

The public is invited to attend East Mississippi Community College's Fine Arts Holiday Celebration on the Scooba campus Nov. 27, which will feature musical performances, a Christmas tree-lighting ceremony and a pottery sale. More


Four students in East Mississippi Community College’s Business and Marketing Management Technology program earned awards in the Entrepreneurship category in a competition held during the DECA ENGAGE Conference in New York City. At center is EMCC District Director of Marketing Communications and Recruitment Dr. Joshua Carroll. The EMCC students are, from left, William Manuel, Brandon Carter, Marcus Black and Nathaniel Craft.

EMCC STUDENTS TAKE FIRST PLACE IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP AT DECA CONFERENCE

November 14, 2018

Three students in East Mississippi Community College's Business and Marketing Management Technology program earned first place in the Entrepreneurship category of a business simulation competition during the DECA ENGAGE Conference Nov. 8-10 in New York City. A fourth EMCC student was on a team that earned third place in the competition. More