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Welcome Week
Student Activites

Stay up-to-date on all Welcome Week activities. Learn about different clubs and groups, put your karaoke skills to the test, or just kick back and relax.

Behavioral Intervention Team
Student Services

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.

MHP C.O.R.E. Program
MHP Candidates on Rapid Entry Program

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
Faculty Bio

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.

Marc Rivet
Faculty Bio

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.

Dr. Joseph Earp
Faculty Bio

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).

Early Childhood Education Center
Locations

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.

Diesel Night
DAY or NIGHT Hinds Community College Diesel Technology Day Program Rise & Shine 14 Months = ...
Modern Computing and Cybersecurity Club
Clubs & Groups

The primary purpose of this organization is to promote an environment for the advancement of knowledge, understanding, and use of technology with a focus on IT security.

Success Thank You
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J-Fest on Sunset
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Public Safety & Administration
Pathway

The Public Safety pathway is for students choosing to serve their communities in various ways. Planning, managing, and providing legal, safety and protective services, and homeland security are just a few of the professions students can expect. This pathway is open for students interested in criminal justice, pre-law, forensics, and political science.

Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics
Pathway

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) are vital academic and technical areas. There are hundreds of specializations, fitting any student who likes asking questions or being challenged. Learn about the world around you, find innovative solutions to real-world challenges, and play a role in the world’s major discoveries.

Hospitality & Human Services
Pathway

Students who enroll in the Hospitality and Human Services Pathway share a common interest in working with people. Hospitality programs focus on training individuals in consumer services such as barbering, fashion design, cosmetology, culinary arts, or hospitality management. Human Service programs focus on the fields of psychology, sociology, and social work.

Health Sciences
Pathway

The Health Sciences Pathway prepares students for rewarding careers in healthcare or veterinary technology. Our graduates are hired by hospitals, medical offices, laboratories, emergency care services, long-term care facilities, and outpatient surgical centers. Our Veterinary Technology program prepares you for a career in small, large, and mixed animal practices, research, education, animal rehabilitation centers, animal rescue centers, and zoological parks.