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Sixteen MGCCC students win at state business competition

Sixteen Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College students won during Phi Beta Lambda state competitions held in Columbus, Mississippi, March 25-27.  During the conference, students compete in events testing their business knowledge and skills. Top state winners are eligible to compete
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MGCCC boasts 32 winners at state SkillsUSA competitions

Thirty-two Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College students won at the state SkillsUSA competitions held during March in Jackson.  Winners earn a bid to the national SkillsUSA competitions, which will be held in Louisville, Kentucky, June 24-25, during the 51st annual National Leader
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MGCCC honors Instructors of the Year and Difference Maker Award recipients

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College held its annual Spring Reception on March 26. The event, held at the college’s Hospitality and Resort Management Center in Biloxi, honored the 2015 Instructor of the Year and L. N. Dantzler Difference Maker Award recipients.  Each year, three i
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MGCCC holds Junior Preview Day events during March

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College wrapped up its third Junior Preview Day on March 24 at the Jefferson Davis Campus.  The first of its kind at MGCCC, a college information day for high school juniors was held at all three comprehensive campuses during the month of March.  More
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MGCCC to participate in pilot training program for SNAP recipients

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College is one of five community colleges in the state participating in a $20.5 million grant for a pilot workforce program for food stamp recipients.  Gov. Phil Bryant announced Monday that more than 3,000 Supplemental Nutrition Assistance (SNAP) reci
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MGCCC’s Jonathan Kilgore named Choral Association president

Dr. Jonathan Kilgore, director of Choral Activities and the Fine Arts Department chair at MGCCC’s Jackson County Campus, has been named president of the Mississippi American Choral Directors Association (ACDA).  He has been a member of ACDA for 15 years and has served in a leadership
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MGCCC instructor helps develop new child psychology textbook

Janette Kopp, social studies instructor at MGCCC’s Jefferson Davis Campus, helped develop lecture PowerPoint presentations as an instructor resource in a new college-level textbook “Development of Children and Adolescents.”  The book, written by Penny Hauser-Cram, J. Kevin Nugent, Kat
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