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FIRST-GENERATION STUDENTS EXCEL AT EMCC

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EMCC students Georgia Brown, Chandlar Cunningham and Cali Steverson are the first members of their immediate families to attend college. We talked to them about their college experience in this article written in honor of today’s designation as First-Generation Celebration Day.

EMCC students Georgia Brown, Chandlar Cunningham and Cali Steverson are the first members of their immediate families to attend college. We talked to them about their college experience in this article written in honor of today's designation as First-Generation Celebration Day.

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East Mississippi Community College’s new Heavy Civil Construction program will teach students how to, among other things, operate heavy equipment, such as this excavator and backhoe.

EMCC OFFERING NEW HEAVY CIVIL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM

October 29, 2020

Heavy Civil Construction, a 12-week, non-degree program with classes beginning Jan. 11, 2021, can bridge the gap between those seeking skills to go to work and employers in the Golden Triangle area and beyond. More


East Mississippi Community College Wellness Director Cathy Castleberry in a new area of the Wellness Center dubbed LionFit, which features equipment used in high-intensity, functional-fitness workouts. LionFit was the result of an addition and expansion of the Wellness Center that was funded by grants from the Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation.

BCBS OF MISSISSIPPI FOUNDATION GRANT FUNDS EMCC WELLNESS CENTER UPGRADES

October 20, 2020

A three-period grant of nearly $600,000 has completely transformed the Wellness Center on the Scooba campus of East Mississippi Community College. More


Employees with East Mississippi Community College’s Mississippi Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training, or MIBEST, program will host a roundtable discussion Wednesday, Oct. 21, from 11 a.m. to noon at The Communiversity

EMCC TO CELEBRATE 'MIBEST WEEK' WITH ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

October 19, 2020

Employees with East Mississippi Community College's Mississippi Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training, or MIBEST, program will host a roundtable discussion Wednesday, Oct. 21, from 11 a.m. to noon at The Communiversity. More