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The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) is to intervene early, provide support, and be a resource to members of the college community who have concerns about a student’s behavior.
Come explore our health-related programs that prepare students to become caring and highly skilled healthcare providers.
C.O.R.E. (Candidates on Rapid Entry) program assists criminal justice students on physical training and to teaches them MHP-related curriculum to better prepare them for patrol school upon successful completion of the two-semester program.
Brett Causey is currently the Woodwind Instructor and Assistant Band Director at Hinds CC. He is a Mississippi native originally from Clinton, Mississippi. Mr. Causey holds a Master of Music in Performance from the University of Alabama, a Bachelor of Music Education from Mississippi State University with a K-12 MS educator license, and an Associate of Arts from Itawamba Community College.
With a diverse background and skill set, Marc Rivet is an active collaborative pianist, arranger, clinician, director, and educator. Originally from Raceland, Louisiana, Rivet graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2017 with a Bachelor’s in Music Education in both Piano and Percussion, as well as a Bachelor’s in Music in Percussion Performance.
Joseph Benjamin Earp is the Director of Bands at Hinds Community College in Raymond, Mississippi. He received his undergraduate degree in Music Education from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Master of Music in Music Education from Anderson University (Anderson, South Carolina), and Doctor of Music Education degree from Liberty University (Lynchburg, Virginia).
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“These awards come at a pivotal time and provide much-needed services that boost confidence and offer students the academic tools to succeed.”
“The HBCU Scholars have dedicated themselves to their learning and exemplify the talent that our nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities have nurtured for generations,” said U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona.
Lawrence Young has been a crane operator “off and on” since 1975 but at age 67 he embraced a new challenge – robotics training for an upcoming upgrade at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers where he works.
“It’s been an awesome experience here,” Perkins said, adding his skills have already gone to work for him in his nighttime job as a mechanic. “I’ve learned the in-depth details of how diesel engines work, from A to Z.”
The Early Childhood Education Centers provide a continuous learning environment for young children and offer a safe, clean, happy, and healthy atmosphere without regard to racial, social, economic, or religious background. The ECEC also serves as a lab program for child development technology students to give them an understanding of the physical, mental social, and emotional advancement of young children, with emphasis placed on developmentally-appropriate practice in a childcare setting.
At age 38, she proudly donned a cap and gown for a ceremony to celebrate passing the tests to receive her High School Equivalency Diploma, a process that took her several years to complete.
“I was happy to have the opportunity to work with NAU and hope to partner with them in the future, said Wayne Withers, Hinds Logging Equipment Operator instructor. “This collaboration has giving me new ideas for future classes.”
Hinds Heroes are chosen because they represent the college well, provide exceptional customer service to all its customers and consistently promote the Hinds mission of service. Heroes selected receive a lapel pin, a token of appreciation and one free day off work.
Honors Scholars carry 12 or more honors hours and must maintain an overall GPA of 3.25 or better, take two Honors Forum classes and have at least 10 hours of community service.
“I feel honored and grateful – emotional and happy – to have been selected for this special award. Of course, I do recognize that I am no worthier of this distinction than hundreds of other Hinds employees; however, that anyone believes me deserving is rewarding beyond measure.”
We invite you to attend SummerFest at our Jackson Campus to take care of your fall enrollment needs, plus have little summer fun!
Hinds Community Relations won 15 awards in the annual College Public Relations Association of Mississippi contest, including eight first place awards.