MCC's annual Candy Cruise will be held this Thursday, Oct. 28 at 5:30pm, and organizers are anticipating an even bigger response than last year's event.
More than 800 volunteers went to 59 locations for this 2021 session, said LeAnne Motes, MCC campus life coordinator and organizer of My College Cares.
At MCC, students who qualify and earn a GED/High School Equivalency through the MIBEST Program can enroll in CTE programs such as Truck Driving, Welding, Culinary Arts, Phlebotomy, Health Care Assistant, Medical Office Technology and Entrepreneurship.
Offering both employers and students thanks and encouragement for their efforts, officials with Meridian Community College's Eagle Skills for Occupational Advancement and Readiness (S.O.A.R.) program hosted its annual luncheon.
To say Latasha Cooper is driven would be an understatement. The fourth-semester Meridian Community College Associate Degree Nursing student is nearing the finish line to her next career achievement.