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Two new members named to MGCCC Board of Trustees

David A. Blaine, president and owner of Edgewater Cleaners in Biloxi, and Greg H. English, property and casualty specialist with MetLife Auto & Home in Ocean Springs, have been named to the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Board of Trustees.  Blaine will represent Harrison
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Four MGCCC Board of Trustees members honored for service

Four Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Board of Trustees members were recognized for years of service at the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior College Trustees Conference held in Biloxi July 11-13.  Those recognized received plaques. Don Massengale and Harry Rober
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MGCCC building project to promote STEM training

By 2018, the Department of Labor statistics shows that there will be 46,000 new science, technology, engineering and mathematics jobs in Mississippi and nearly 8.7 million jobs in those fields nationwide. Estimates also show the U.S. will have over 1.2 million unfilled jobs in STEM fi
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MGCCC & MDOT partner in Transportation Alternatives Program

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College is partnering with the Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) on a road-construction project that will improve pedestrian walkways at the college’s Perkinston Campus and surrounding areas.  The partnership is part of the Transportation
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MGCCC and Faulkner University sign articulation agreement

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and Faulkner University signed an articulation agreement on June 6 at MGCCC’s Estuarine Education Center in Gautier. The agreement will facilitate credit transfer and a smooth transition for graduates of MGCCC into the executive Bachelor of Bus
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Cancer survivors honored at MGCCC’s George County Center

Cosmetology students offer free haircuts, styling, pedicures and manicures Betty Bjork, 83, a resident of the Basin community in George County, spent several enjoyable hours on June 3 having her hair done and getting a pedicure and manicure, all for free, at Mississippi Gulf Coast Com
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2014 Hurricane Season Update

With the 2014 hurricane season officially beginning June 1, the college administration has begun making preparations for potential storms. NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center is forecasting a near-normal or below-normal season. The main driver of this year’s outlook is the anticipated de
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