A Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College student designed the new logo for the George County Chamber of Commerce. The logo can be seen on the sign in front of the chamber building on Beaver Dam Road in Lucedale. Chamber President Cheryl Balius, who is also assistant dean at MGCCC’s
Blue lights racing to the scene of a terrible crash are punctuated by the sounds of a fire engine’s sirens. More first responders –sheriff’s deputies, police officers, fire rescue, ambulances and a Life Flight helicopter– all arrive on the scene at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community Col
The George Regional Hospital Auxiliary awarded nursing scholarships to two Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Level Two nursing students during a recognition ceremony on April 14 at First Methodist Church in Lucedale. Kierston Goss and Jenny Higgins, both from George County, are
Denise James Doyle has been named to the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Board of Trustees. She began her term on March 16. A continuing professional education associate with Steve Passin & Associates, Doyle received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Oklahoma.
Ten new shipfitters graduated from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Shipfitter Bootcamp on April 9 at the college’s Advanced Manufacturing and Technology Center in Gulfport. Each graduate has already received at least one job offer from MGCCC industry partners who participa
The Jefferson Davis Campus of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College opened the Student Art Exhibit and Competition on April 16 with a reception recognizing the competition winners. The exhibit, which can be viewed in the campus Fine Art Gallery, will continue through May 1. More th
Culinary Arts student Joshua Womble received a $5,000 scholarship as state winner of the Boys and Girls Club’s Youth of the Year competition. Womble, a freshman at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Jefferson Davis Campus, competed against 20 other contestants for the award an