Getting prepped for the first day of school has traditionally been filled with countless tasks, from freshening classrooms to completing first-day handouts to purchasing Scantron scoring sheets.
MCC's new Gene Haas Advanced Manufacturing Center gives students edge on learning highly technical skills
When students enrolled in Meridian Community College's Precision Machining Engineering Technology program return to campus, they will find themselves training in a new high-tech lab that emulates some of the most advanced manufacturers in the region.
When Tylier Roberts was laid off from her job in March when the pandemic swept through the Meridian area, she knew it was time for a change. "I wanted to do something different .... Be essential," she said, so she's enrolled in Meridian Community College's Medical Office Management Technology.
The saying, first things first, fits for someone getting into college. For those applying to Meridian Community College, often their first step is a stop in the Admissions Office. And that's where Ashley Tanksley meets her mission and finds purpose in the role as the new Director of Admissions.
When Brandon Harkins worked on his associate degree in Systems Based Electronics Engineering Technology at Meridian Community College, he decided a double major in the Telecommunications Technician Program would make him more competitive today's workforce.