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Coahoma
Community College

 

Coahoma Community College Workforce Development Center provides customized training to meet business and industry needs in Bolivar, Coahoma, Quitman, Tallahatchie and Tunica counties in the northwest corner of the Mississippi Delta. The college offers employee assessment, screening/training for potential employees, skills upgrade training for employees and leadership training for management. Read more

Copiah Lincoln
Community College

 

Copiah Lincoln Community College’s  Workforce Education Center is located on the Wesson Campus and serves Adams, Copiah, Franklin, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lincoln and Simpson counties. Copiah-Lincoln Community College was established in 1915 in Wesson, Mississippi, and has grown to occupy three locations in Wesson, Natchez and Mendenhall. Read more

East Central
Community College

 

Through its main campus in Decatur and Secondary Career-Technical Center in Philadelphia, East Central Community College’s Workforce Development Division offers business and industry training programs and adult basic education in Leake, Neshoba, Newton, Scott and Winston counties. Also, approximately 2,800 students participate in university parallel, technical, health care and career programs. Read more

East Mississippi
Community College

 

EMCC’s Workforce Services works with business and industry customers to determine and deliver  comprehensive, customized workforce education. The Center for Manufacturing Technology Excellence (CMTE) at East Mississippi Community College is one of the state’s paramount training facilities. CMTE is staffed with trained and highly responsive professionals who are knowledgeable about educational and training resources available. Read more

Hinds
Community College

 

Hinds Community College, the largest of 15 public two-year colleges in the state, serves about 31,000 individuals annually in credit and non-credit programs, including academic, career/technical, adult education and workforce programs. Hinds’ Division of Economic Development and Training offers a wide range of business, educational, governmental and community services. Read more

Holmes
Community College

 

Holmes Community College offers more than 50 academic majors, approximately 30 career technical programs and noncredit workforce training designed to meet the needs of area businesses and job seekers. The college serves Attala, Carroll, Choctaw, Grenada, Holmes, Madison, Montgomery, Webster and Yazoo counties with locations in Ridgeland, Goodman, Grenada and Kosciusko. Read more

Itawamba
Community College

 

Itawamba Community College offers non-credit education and training that responds to workforce and employer needs in Itawamba, Lee, Pontotoc, Chickasaw and Monroe counties. The goal of Itawamba’s Workforce Development Center is to develop a seamless training system that ensures the presence of a well-equipped, highly skilled workforce and to support existing industries. Read more

Jones County
Junior College

 

Jones County Junior College’s Workforce Development Team works with businesses and industries to design pre-employment and post-employment customized training plans that develop the workforce companies need to excel in today’s marketplace. Jones County Junior College serves an eight-county area, including Smith, Jasper, Clarke, Covington, Jones, Wayne, Perry and Greene counties. Read more

Meridian
Community College

 

Meridian Community College Workforce Development offers a wide array of innovative, high-value programs and services in organizational and professional development, leadership training, information technology, advanced manufacturing, industry credentials, computer skills, online learning and more. Meridian Community College serves Clay, Oktibbeha, Lowndes, Noxubee, Kemper and Lauderdale counties. Read more

Mississippi Delta
Community College

 

Mississippi Delta Community College’s workforce education division is market-driven and responsive to meet the needs of employers and job seekers. Services offered include talent identification, pre-employment skills determination, incumbent worker skills training and succession planning. Mississippi Delta Community College serves Bolivar, Humphreys, Issaquena, Leflore, Sharkey, Sunflower and Washington counties. Read more

Mississippi Gulf Coast
Community College

 

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College is dedicated to providing residents and employers with superior workforce education programs. MGCCC’s Workforce Division strives to create an atmosphere that fosters lifelong learning, responsible citizenship and progressive leadership. Programs and services are held at eight college facilities, on-site with business partners and online. Read more

Northeast Mississippi
Community College

 

Northeast Mississippi Community College’s Division of Workforce Training and Economic Development offers customized, non-credit programs specifically designed to meet the changing technical requirements for today’s jobs. Through programs with business, government and community employers, local industries receive the training they need to stay competitive in today’s business world. Read more

Northwest Mississippi
Community College

 

Northwest Mississippi Community College Workforce Development offers training to meet workforce needs of business and industry. The college’s Advanced Manufacturing Partnership gives students industry experience while completing their Associate of Applied Science in Industrial Electronics Engineering. The college serves DeSoto, Marshall, Benton, Panola, Tunica, Quitman, Tallahatchie, Tate, Yalobusha, Calhoun and Lafayette counties. Read more

Pearl River
Community College

 

With its main campus in Poplarville and satellite locations in Hattiesburg and Waveland, Pearl River Community College is well equipped to provide workforce training to south Mississippians. Technical courses at Pearl River Community College offer Associates Degrees in Applied Science, and most career courses offer a certificate of completion. Read more

Southwest Mississippi
Community College

 

Southwest Mississippi Community College is a comprehensive community college located in Summit, Mississippi, offering career, technical and workforce training programs. With students from 46 Mississippi counties and eight states, the college prides itself in serving the southwest portion of Mississippi and especially the supporting counties of Amite, Pike, Walthall and Wilkinson. Read more

Mississippi Community
College Board

 

The Workforce, Career and Technical Education Division of the Mississippi Community College Board works with Mississippi’s 15 community colleges, the Mississippi Department of Education, private businesses and other entities to provide career and technical training. The division also promotes efficient use of state resources and improved educational outcomes through program assessment and accountability.