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Safe Spaces Ally Program is a network of faculty and staff members willing to be visibly supportive and affirming of our students who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender.
“I am thrilled to add to the legacy of the Hinds Community College Band that dates to the 1930s and ‘40s.”
“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,”
“We are the only community college with the full fine arts experience: Art, Dance, Music, Music Industry and Theatre. My primary focus is to shine a light on the greatness that resides here while building a name for the Fine and Performing Arts Department,”
“Hinds has helped me grow as a person and as a student. Transitioning from high school to college…”
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.
Welcome Week 2022 is coming! We have events taking place each day at our different campuses. Karaoke Battles, Silent Parties, Ice Cream Socials, and more!
Exploring Mississippi Landscapes with Sydney Matrisciano. The workshops are come and go as you please.
Hinds Community College is an equal employment opportunity, affirmative action employer with a commitment to recruiting and retaining diverse and qualified faculty and staff members.
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).
Browse available job openings at Hinds Community College. Make a difference in the lives of students and your community while building your career.
“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.