Co-Lin Natchez will sponsor the Co-Lin Salutes Veterans Program on Veterans Day, Wednesday, Nov. 11, at 11 a.m. in the W. L. Nelson Multi-Purpose Room. Co-Lin students, staff, and the public are encouraged to attend. The program will include speeches, music and prayers. In addition, Co-Lin will conduct two drives for items for soldiers overseas and veterans at the G. V. "Sonny" Montgomery Veterans Medical Center in Jackson as well as Christmas cards for the soldiers and veterans.
Here is what is needed for veterans at the center: new T-shirts, underwear and socks; gift cards for Wal-Mart and Kmart; writing pads, pens, pencils, envelopes, stamps (forever stamps).
Here is what is needed for soldiers overseas: writing pads (pocket size), pens, pencils, envelopes, baby wipes in small packages, granola bars and fruit packs.
Tax-deductible monetary donations also are accepted and should be contributed to the campus newspaper N-Sights, which will purchase items to be included in the boxes for veterans and soldiers.
Blank Christmas Cards also are needed.
All items and monetary donations should be brought to the Office of Public Information.
The campaign is being co-sponsored by Co-Lin, N-Sights, the Student Government Association, the campus chapter of the Student Veterans Association and the Film Club.
The Senior Community Service Employment Program provides part-time employment for men and women 55 years of age or older who have limited incomes. SCSEP enrollees are assigned to positions that revitalize and enhance their job skills while supporting local non-profit and governmental agencies. The program is designed to promote the transition of participating enrollees into unsubsidized employment.
Copiah-Lincoln Community College SCSEP consists of programs funded through Senior Services America, Inc. and Southwest Mississippi Planning and Development District. Under the Older Americans Act, both programs are funded through grants from the U.S. Department of Labor. Federal monies cover wages, fringe benefits, and supportive services for enrollees. Local sponsor agencies provide most other project costs.
Work sites in non-profit or governmental host agencies are carefully selected by projects to furnish supervision, instruction, and training for assigned SCSEP participants. Host agencies also agree to consider hiring enrollees whenever job opening occur.
The SCSEP staff directs and oversees all projects to assure compliance with federal regulations and SCSEP policies and procedures.
For an application, use the contact information listed below.
Senior Community Service Employment Program
P.O. Box 649, Wesson, MS, 39191
Ph: 601.643.8673 FAX: 601.643.8672
Anna Rogers, Program Coordinator
May 18, 2016
The Institute for Learning in Retirement Program at Co-Lin is an extension of the college’s commitment to learning. The ILR Program on the Co-Lin Wesson Campus was founded in November, 1996 and is a non-profit, member-driven organization dedicated to meeting the learning, social and recreational needs of our maturing population.
Membership in the ILR at Co-Lin is open to individuals who are age 50 and older and who are retired or semi-retired. Members pay a membership fee and are encouraged to actively participate in the activities offered. Members can attend any of the non-credit classes and workshops, tours and trips, social events, luncheons and much more during each spring and fall semester.
This year, indulge in a new adventure. The Institute for Learning Program at Co-Lin is an organization dedicated to you and for you. Getting involved is the best way to make new friends, explore new places, exchange ideas, develop new interests, and just have fun. Please review each opportunity planned and take advantage of those that interest you.
Please call or visit our office any time you have questions or need assistance.
Institute for Learning in Retirement
P.O. Box 649, Wesson, MS, 39191
Ph: 601.643.8705 FAX: 601.643.8277