Brandi Irvin Hough (center), of Byram, presents a check to Copiah-Lincoln Community College President Dr. Ronnie Nettles (right) and Executive Director of the Co-Lin Foundation David Campbell, executive director of the Co-Lin Foundation, to fund an annual scholarship to be awarded for the 2014-15 school year to a Co-Lin cheerleader.
The annual Co-Lin Job Fair will be held on Tuesday, March 25, and on Wednesday, March 26, in the Billy B. Thames Conference Center on the Wesson campus. The free event is open to the public and presented by the Career, Technical and Workforce Education Division at Co-Lin.
What would life be like without teachers, doctors or firefighters? Every day Americans are hard at work on farms, factories, in homes or at desks keeping our communities thriving. Copiah-Lincoln Community College, in cooperation with the Mississippi Humanities Council, will explore the professions and the people that sustain American society when it hosts “The Way We Worked,” a Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition.
Co-Lin’s Automotive Technology Program has added five new pieces of equipment. The equipment will be used in automotive technology courses labs, but will be specifically used to prepare the program for certification.
Dr. Jim Brewer, founder of the Mississippi Musician’s Hall of Fame (far left), recently presented Co-Lin with the first copy of the new documentary “Mississippi: the Birthplace of America’s Music.”Â
Teresa Odom (center), director of Human Resources at Puckett Machinery Company in Flowood, presents a check to David Campbell (right), Director of the Copiah-Lincoln Community College Foundation. The gift, along with a matching gift from Caterpillar Inc., will fund a $3,000 annual scholarship for a sophomore diesel mechanic major to begin in 2014-15.