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MGCCC Jefferson Davis Campus hosts blood drive to sponsor child cancer patients

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Jefferson Davis Campus will hold its Spring Blood Drive April 4-5, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., in the campus gymnasium. During the blood drive, the campus will sponsor three or four children with various forms of cancer, all patients at Blair E. Batson Chil
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Perkinston Campus hosts “The Indiscriminate Beauty of Riff Raff” art show

The Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Perkinston Campus will host “The Indiscriminate Beauty of Riff Raff” art show with artwork by Mozart Dedeaux on April 4 at the Visual Arts Center on campus.  The event will begin at 6 p.m. with a gallery talk, followed by a woodwind ensembl
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MGCCC nursing program receives 2017 Nightingale Award

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s nursing program was the recipient of the School of Nursing of the Year -Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Program award at the 2017 Nightingale Awards Gala held on March 6 in Jackson.  Each year, the Mississippi Nurses Association and the Missis
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MGCCC celebrates 2017 Instructors of the Year at Spring Reception

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College celebrated the 2017 Instructors of the Year at the annual Spring Reception held on March 23 at the Hospitality and Resort Management Center in Biloxi. Tommie Broome, Jackson County Campus; Andrea Clark, Jefferson Davis Campus; and Tommy Snell,
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2017 Difference Makers honored at MGCCC Spring Reception

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College held its annual Spring Reception on March 23 at the Hospitality and Resort Management Center in Biloxi in honor of the 2017 L. N. Dantzler Difference Maker Award recipients. Each year since 2003, four employees have been recognized with this aw
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MGCCC students win at state SkillsUSA competitions

Seventeen students from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College won at the state SkillsUSA competitions held in Jackson on February 28 and March 1, 2017. Students participating in the competition are from career and technical programs at the George County Center and the Jackson Count
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MGCCC students win 22 awards at state Phi Beta Lambda competitions

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College students won 22 at the annual competition held during the Phi Beta Lambda State Conference at Mississippi University for Women on March 1-3.   Perkinston Campus students won 15 awards.  First-place winners are Jamie Dykes, of Lucedale, Desktop
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