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Female aviation maintenance students buck trends
“I believe that if you have skills, it doesn’t matter what your gender is, and the opportunity for that in aviation is better now than it has ever been.”
Hinds CC offering online K-12 Teacher Academy
“This is another example of the strong partnerships between Hinds and our K12 partners. Our goals align with providing the best educational programs for the students of central Mississippi and beyond.”
Hinds CC offering online ACT test prep
The ACT Basics course is designed to help students improve their ACT scores by becoming familiar with the ACT test, test prep resources and strategies to begin mastering ACT questions.
Hinds CC names 2022 Homecoming queen
Sophomore Shanya Butler of New Hebron was crowned 2022 Homecoming queen
New Hinds CC Academic VP returns to Mississippi
“Hinds is a great institution, so I want to offer my experience and knowledge to help Hinds stay on the forefront of higher education and navigate some of the headwinds that all colleges are facing these days,”
Graduation speaker: Hinds CC ‘has helped me grow’
“Hinds has helped me grow as a person and as a student. Transitioning from high school to college…”
Nursing/Allied Health graduates celebrate with families
Hinds Community College nursing classmates Sergio Sanchez San Juan of Pearl and Patricia Doty of Byram each brought a spouse and four children to their graduation ceremony on July 28. Both celebrated receiving their Associate Degree in Nursing.
Corps employees learn about robotics at Vicksburg Campus
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.
Diesel Tech expands to night courses, helps build new careers
“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.”