A program to mark the occasion begins at 10 a.m. inside the Blackburn-May Building on campus, located at 755 Hwy. 27 across from Warren Central High School.
The college assumed operations of the local office for Mississippi’s primary employment services functions last fall. The ceremony completes a move from the center’s longtime previous location on Monroe Street, near downtown Vicksburg.
Among those scheduled to speak include Hinds President Dr. Clyde Muse, Vicksburg-Warren Campus Vice President Marvin Moak and center director Jerry Jackson, among several others.
“As a part of workforce development, our goal is to impact our communities by partnering with business and industry leaders and workforce training providers to provide opportunities for career development and quality long-term employment,” Jackson said.