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Copiah-Lincoln Community College Administration Dr. Ronald E. Nettles, President Dr. Jane Hulon, Vice-President of Instructional Services Dr. Gail Baldwin, Dean, Career, Technical & Workforce Education Workforce Education Personnel Joyce Allred, Workforce Education Secretary 601.446.1152 • joyce.allred@colin.edu Angela Berch, Workforce Development Coordinator 601.643.8715 • angela.berch@colin.edu Dianne G. Brown, Education & Training Coordinator (WIA) 601.894.2121 • dianne.brown@colin.edu Randy Castilaw, Workforce Training Specialist 601.643.8713 • randy.castilaw@colin.edu

Workforce Education at Copiah-Lincoln Community College strives to provide training to the citizens, businesses, and industry of Adams, Copiah, Franklin, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lincoln, and Simpson counties. These skills provide citizens the opportunity for increased productivity, thus an improved quality of life. Employers gain a better trained and educated work-

How can your employees benefit from our training? Contact the Workforce Education Center for a free consultation . . . 601.643.8707

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force. In addition, training for higher skilled and higher wage jobs benefits everyone from businesses and industries to employees in our state. Customized training is available to district businesses and industry. Cost for the training is very reasonable depending on the size and scope of the training offered. Enhancing our workforce through customized training is the goal. The Workforce Education Center at Copiah-Lincoln Community College welcomes the opportunity to partner with you in training.

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Toni Dobbins, Workforce Education Secretary 601.643.8714• toni.dobbins@colin.edu Louis Dugas, Workforce Education Director 601.643.8703 • louis.dugas@colin.edu Jim Hart, Workforce Development Coordinator 601.643.8709 • jim.hart@colin.edu Shelika Hooker, Workforce Education Secretary 601.643.8707 • shelika.hooker@colin.edu Esther Perryman, Education & Training Coordinator (WIA) 601.442.0243 • esther.perryman@colin.edu Carol Robinson, Basic Skills Specialist 601.643.8710 • carol.robinson@colin.edu Frances Schwager, SBDC Administrative Assistant 601.446.1203 • frances.schwager@colin.edu Sheila Stewart, Workforce Education Secretary 601.643.8706 • sheila.stewart@colin.edu Jeff Waller, Director, Small Business Development Center 601.446.1204 • jeff.waller@colin.edu Vick Williams, Education & Training Coordinator (WIA) 601.833.3511 • vick.williams@colin.edu Celeste Williamson, Workforce Training Specialist 601.643.8711 • celeste.williamson@colin.edu


Contents Banker’s Academy. . . . . . . . . . . 5 Basic Skills. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Brookhaven-Lincoln County Chamber Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Career Training Programs

Certified Nurses Assistant

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Commercial Truck Driving

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Customer Service and Grammar

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Electrical Technician

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Heating and Air Conditioning

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Online Options

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Train to Gain

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Welding

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Computer Training. . . . . . . . . . 9 Continuing Education Opportunities. . . . . . . . . . 13, 16 Emergency Medical Technology Basic Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Entrepreneurship Training. . . .2 IV Therapy Certification. . . . . . 5 Geographic Information Systems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Phone Etiquette . . . . . . . . . . . .4 QuickBooks 2010 . . . . . . . . . . .3 Personal Enrichment. . . . 11, 12 ServSafe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Small Business Owner Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Work Keys. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Workforce Investment Act . . . 6 Year in Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Four Ways to Register 1. By phone or fax Contact any Workforce Education

representative at 601.643.8707. The fax number is 601.643.8277.

2. In person Workforce Education offices are located in The

Thames Conference Center on the Wesson Campus in Wesson, MS. Office Hours are Monday - Thursday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm and Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm.

3. By mail Registration fees may be mailed to Copiah-Lincoln Community College, ATTN: Workforce Education, P.O. Box 649 Wesson, MS 39191

4. Online at www.ed2go.com/colin for Education To Go classes.

This option is for online courses only. Payment is accepted online, by mail, or in person for online classes.

Registration is on a first-come, first served basis. Class sizes are varied and some have minimum and maximum participant limits. Note that class times, locations and fees are subject to change. Workforce Education will make all reasonable attempts to notify students of class cancellations or changes. Registration is not complete with out payment if applicable. Copiah-Lincoln Community College accepts cash, check, money order, credit card, and purchase order. Make payments payable to Copiah-Lincoln Community College.

Who to contact:

Basic Skills Computer Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 601.643.8710 Brookhaven Chamber of Commerce sponsored classes . . . 601.833.1411 Continuing Education . . . . . . . . . . . 601.643.8711 or 601.643.8703 Emergency Medical Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 601.643.8709 Personal Enrichment/Special Interest Classes . . . . . . . . 601.643.8713 All ONLINE/Ed2go Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 601.643.8711 Work Keys/Workforce Investment Act . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 601.894.2121, 601.442.0243, 601.833.3511 Workforce Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 601.643.8707

Copiah-Lincoln Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, or other factors prohibited by law in any of its educational programs, activities, admissions, or employment practices. The following offices have been designated to handle inquiries and complaints regarding the non-discrimination policies of Copiah-Lincoln Community College. Title IX Coordinator, Dr. Brenda Brown Orr . . . (601) 643-8310 Section 504 Coordinator for Wesson Campus, Erin Smith . . . (601) 643-8401 Section 504 Coordinator for Natchez Campus, Judy Heard . . .(601) 446-1174 Section 504 Coordinator for Simpson Center, Dr. Dewayne Middleton . . .(601) 849-0126


THE SIMPSON COUNTY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE In partnership with Copiah-Lincoln Community College Workforce Education, the Simpson County Development Foundation conducts the Simpson County Leadership Development Institute each calendar year. The Leadership Institute is a joint project of SCDF and Co-Lin, utilizing the resources of Co-Lin Workforce Education and the facilities of the Co-Lin Simpson County Center. Each year, the Institute is limited to no more than 20 participants. Tuition, which covers all costs for the participant, is $200.00. Lunch and refreshments are provided by the Foundation each day the Institute is in session. All sessions are held locally, primarily at the Co-Lin Simpson Center. The Institute is scheduled in four twoday sessions (Thursdays and Fridays) spread across the calendar year. • Participants take part in classroom learning on topics such as the Myers-Briggs Personality Inventory; Leadership & Group Dynamics; Business Communication; Entrepreneurship; and Business Ethics. • In addition, there are numerous on-site visits to county businesses, institutions, and manufacturers. • Each annual Institute concludes with a Local Leaders Forum. • As part of the Institute, participants select a project directly related to community or workplace, including planning, implementation, and results evaluation, to be carried out during the course of the Institute.

Nominations for participants are solicited from the county’s leadership and business communities. Nominees then complete applications, and participants are selected from among the applicants. The Institute’s goal is to provide participants with a development opportunity—both personal and professional—that they will find to be well worth the investment of time and tuition. Moreover, participants have a chance to meet and interact with other individuals from around the county with whom they will continue to share the cultural and economic leadership of the county. Additional information, including nomination forms, may be obtained from the SCDF office by calling 601.847.2375 or emailing scdf@bellsouth.net.

Session 1 – April 21 & 22, 2011 Myers-Briggs Personality Inventory Group Dynamics and Site Visits Session 2 – May 12 & 13, 2011 Customer Service Business Communications Ethics and Site Visits Session 3 – August 25 & 26, 2011 * Entrepreneurship Workshop Site Visits Session 4 – September 15 & 16, 2011 Local Leaders Forum Project Reports and Site Visits

*Subject to Rescheduling

Nominations Deadline:

January 14, 2011

Applications Deadline:

February 25, 2011

Simpson County Development Foundation (SCDF) Quarterly Professional Development Calender The SCDF is committed to improving Simpson County’s workforce and will be sponsoring one class per quarter for professional development. Suggestions for class topics made be made by calling 601.847.2375 or emailing scdf@bellsouth.net.

FIRST QUARTER

QuickBooks 2010 Premier Accountant Edition Co-Lin, Simpson Co. Center February 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, & 22 6:00pm-8:30pm

(See page 3 for session topics and description) This class is sponsored by the State Board of Community & Junior Colleges and is at no cost to the participant.

Entrepreneurship Training • • • • •

Entrepreneurship training – How to start a small business Business management – Accounting and marketing Training to develop a business plan Opportunity for mentoring Business networks – Learn from other students and small business owners • Knowledge of funding requirements Thames Center, Wesson Campus, Computer Lab First Steps, January 27, 6:00 - 7:30 pm Entrepreneurship, February 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22 & 24 | 6:00 - 9:00pm To register, please call your local WIN Job Center Entrepreneurship training is provided to eligible dislocated workers and/or adult learners who are referred for training by WIN Job Centers/SBDCs. After each eligible participant is approved for training by their WIN Job Center/SBDCs, the participant will be charged a fee of $25 to cover the costs of their textbook and flash drive.

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SIMPSON COUNTY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE 2011

SECOND QUARTER

ServSafe Food Safety Training Co-Lin, Simpson Co. Center April 18, 2011 8:00am-4:00pm

(See page 3 for session topics, description and cost)

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: One week prior to class date. Call 601.643.8714.


Workforce Training

ServSafe Food Safety Training Course ServSafe is a National Restaurant Association food safety training program for hospitality personnel. It is recognized in all 50 states. Participants will receive a nationally recognized certificate.

Cost is $100.00 Re-Test is $50.00 All classes are held on Mondays from 8:00am – 4:00pm REGISTRATION DEADLINE: One week prior to class date. Call 601.643.8714.

February 21 March 7 April 18 May 23

Wesson Campus Natchez Campus Simpson Co. Center Wesson Campus

Premier Accountant Edition Want to learn Quickbooks? Already using Quickbooks but need help with a specific task? We can help new and experienced users! Choose all of the classes or just the one’s you need. Space is limited register early! Simpson County Session: February 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, & 22 | 6:00pm-8:30pm Natchez Campus Session: March 7, 8, 21, 22, 28 & 29 | 6:00pm-8:30pm Wesson Campus Session: April 4, 5, 11, 12, 18 & 19 | 6:00pm-8:30pm REGISTRATION DEADLINE: One week prior to class date. Call 601.643.8714.

Session One: Getting Started with Quickbooks Basic Features Forms, Lists and Registers All the Accounting You Need to Know Session Two: Create a QuickBooks company Create company and accounting basics Entering Bank Accounts and Opening Balances Entering Information to Lists (vendors, customers, jobs, items) Session Three: Working with QuickBooks Moving around home page and using QB Session Four: Bank Accounts and Essential Tasks Historical Transactions Chart of Accounts Adding Information

Session Five: Payroll Setting Up Employees Tracking Time Create Payroll Track Payroll Tax Liabilities Session Six: Manage Your Business with QB Reports Integrating QB with other products Overview of Sales Tax Setting Up and Tracking Sales Tax Inventory Overview Tracking Assets and Liabilities Create Financial Reports Invoicing Collection

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Phone Etiquette Since most people have gone mobile, many times the phone is the first point of contact a customer will have with your company. Your job is to make this encounter pleasant and productive so that the potential customer chooses your company for their business. Simple Do’s and Don’ts Food or Gum Putting Down the Phone Background Noise Answering the Phone Standardized Greeting Proper English Placing Someone on Hold

Transferring a Call When to Transfer When Not to Transfer Placing a Call Identify Yourself Have Needed Information Return Call on Time The Rude or Impatient Caller

Wednesday, April 13, 2011 at the Brookhaven-Lincoln County Public Library, 100 South Jackson Street, Brookhaven, MS Wednesday, June 22, 2011 at the Thames Conference Center, Wesson Campus This class is sponsored by the State Board of Community & Junior Colleges and is at no cost to the participant

For more information or to register please call Toni Dobbins at 601.643.8714 Copiah-Lincoln Community College

Commercial Truck Driving

Certified Nursing Assistant

Wesson Campus and Simpson County Center

The Commercial Truck Driving program is designed to prepare participants for employment in the field of transportation. Learn Department of Transportation rules and regulations, Mississippi requirements for obtaining a commercial driver’s license, and the operations of a semi tractor-trailer. 200 training hours in 5 weeks. Classes held on an ongoing schedule every 5 weeks. Classes start January 2011 P.O. Box 649 • Wesson, MS 39191 www.colin.edu/workforceed

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The Certified Nursing Assistant Program prepares the individual to assist in providing care as a member of a medical team under the direction of a health care professional. Career opportunities are available in hospitals, long-term care facilities, physicians’ offices, industrial nursing, home health care, and private duty nursing. 108 training hours in 6 weeks. Classes held on an ongoing schedule every 5 weeks.

Campus Location and Contact Information: Wesson Campus or Simpson Center call 601.643.8707 Natchez Campus area call 601.446.1152


Achieving Teller Excellence

This course normally retails for $595-$995, but Copiah-Lincoln Community College has negotiated to offer this unique opportunity for just $395.

Jump start a rewarding career in the Banking industry with this world-renowned Teller training program used by over 1,000 banks around the world! Achieving Teller Excellence is a comprehensive program that teaches the knowledge, skills and attitude that make tellers successful. Achieving Teller Excellence will prepare you to interact well with customers, to complete processing and settlement transactions quickly and correctly, and to follow compliance and security procedures that protect the Bank, its employees and its customers. The course is an eLearning course that is accessible over the Internet from any location at any time. You can begin the course immediately! The course uses sound, video and animation to make learning challenging and enter-

taining. Extensive online help and an online support staff can answer any questions you may have. Online progress tracking makes it possible to instantly certify you when you complete the course. The only requirement for you to access this program is a computer with an internet connection.

Call 601.643.8714 for registration information OR go to www.colin.edu/workforceed for more information.

Earn up to $.50 more an hour!

IV Therapy Certification Available to certified LPNs or RNs and includes 40 hours lecture and 40 hours of clinicals. Cost: $150.00 Interested? Contact:

Jefferson and Adams Counties: Joyce Allred, Co-Lin Natchez Campus 601.446.1152

Copiah, Franklin, Lawrence, Lincoln, and Simpson Counties: Shelika Hooker, Co-Lin Wesson Campus 601.643.8707

Proud to educate Mississippi’s Workforce . . . . .

present and future.

Career, Technical and Workforce Education

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Career Training Programs-Natchez Campus

Short term training for long term goals.

Career Training Programs offer quick training time and class hours that allow participants to work and learn at the same time. In addition, financial assistance is available for those who qualify. Allow us to help you transition into a new career. For registration information call 601.446.1152. Train to Gain

Includes instruction in basic, intermediate, and advanced computer skills, resume writing, call center skills and customer service. Night and day classes are available. Classes held on an ongoing schedule.

including EPA Refrigerant certification. Installation of residential systems including refrigeration and duct work, electrical & control wiring and troubleshooting. 448 training hours (4 Semesters). Classes begin January 10, 2011.

Electrical Tech

Commercial Truck Driving

Welding

Customer Service and Grammar

The Commercial Truck Driving program is designed to prepare participants for employment in the field of transportation. Learn Department of Transportation rules and regulations, Mississippi requirements for obtaining a commercial driver’s license, and the operations of a semi tractor-trailer. 200 training hours in 5 weeks. Classes held on an ongoing schedule every 5 weeks.

Heating and Air Conditioning

Students will learn refrigeration theory and air condition equipment operation,

Receive instruction in construction type welding, construction, maintenance and custom shop welding. Learn the use of various electrodes: shielding metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, oxyacetylene welding, gas tungsten arc welding, flux core arc welding, pipe welding, plasma arc cutting, oxyacetylene and carbon arc cutting. Students will be awarded a certificate after successful completion of the course. 256 training hours in 16 weeks (4 nights weekly) Classes begin January 10, 2011.

Covers the electrical devices and wiring techniques common to commercial and industrial construction and maintenance. 448 training hours (4 Semesters) Classes begin January 10, 2011. This 30-hour class was designed for persons who are currently employed as well as those who are looking for employment. The objectives of this course are to assist students in understanding customer needs and exercising professionalism, positive verbal and nonverbal communication, telephone etiquette, active listening skills, dealing with irate customers, understanding difficulty personalities, and accepting responsibility. A review of proper grammar skills will also be included. Classes begin January 10, 2011.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL Technician - BASIC Course | Wesson Campus (6hrs College credit) This course integrates the theory of emergency medical care with the practical skills necessary to provide basic life support with an ambulance service or other specialized rescue services. 120 hours of theory, 10 hours emergency room lab, 5 emergency ambulance runs. Credit, six semester hours. Entrance into Emergency Medical Technician-Basic requires a high school diploma or equivalency, passing a physical examination, a high school diploma or GED and having an ACT minimum score of 16 on file in the Office of Admissions. The EMT-Basic course consists of 120 classroom hours along with 10 hours of emergency room clinicals. Students

must also make at least five runs on the ambulance before becoming certified in Mississippi. Most area hospitals require a criminal background check and a negative TB test before admittance into clinicals. Students who successfully complete the six-hour basic course and pass the National Registry EMTBasic (NREMT) exam qualify as a certified EMT-Basic in Mississippi. Students who plan to pursue EMT-Paramedic certification must have successfully completed Human Anatomy & Physiology I & II before applying for admission into a paramedic program.

For registration information or questions contact: Jim Hart, Workforce Coordinator at 601.643.8709 Tim Lea, Assistant Dean of Career-Technical Education at 601.643.8322 Joyce Allred, Workforce Secretary at 601.446.1152 6 | Non-Credit Course Catalog

ADMISSION INFORMATION Enrollment in this for-credit course requires admission into Copiah-Lincoln Community College as a student. Entrance into Emergency Medical Technician-Basic requires a high school diploma or equivalency, passing a physical examination, and having an ACT minimum score of 16 on file in the Office of Admissions.


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Classes Sponsored by Natchez -Adams County Chamber of Commerce

Copiah-Lincoln Community College | Wesson Campus

Industrial Welding Classes • • • • • • • • • • •

FIRST QUARTER QuickBooks 2010 Premier Accountant Edition Co-Lin, Natchez Campus March 7, 8, 21, 22, 28 & 29 6:00pm-8:30pm

(see page 3 for session topics and description)

Students will be awarded a certificate after successful completion of the course. 256 training hours in 16 weeks (4 nights weekly) Classes begin March 1, 2011.

This class is sponsored by the State Board of Community & Junior Colleges and is at no cost to the participant.

SECOND QUARTER ServSafe Food Safety Training Co-Lin, Natchez Campus March 7, 2011 8:00am-4:00pm

Partners in training. Enhancing our workforce.

(see page 3 for session topics, description, and cost)

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: One week prior to class date. Call 601.643.8714.

Construction type welding Maintenance Custom shop welding Shielding metal arc welding Gas metal arc welding Gas tungsten arc welding Flux core arc welding Pipe welding Plasma arc cutting Oxyacetylene Carbon arc cutting

WORKFORCE EDUCATION

P.O. Box 649 • Wesson, MS 39191 www.colin.edu/workforceed

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Workforce Education: Year in Review During the 2009-2010 year, Co-Lin Workforce Education partnered with the Simpson County Sheriff ’s Office to receive accreditation from the MS Department of Public Safety for a Law Enforcement Officer’s Training Academy. The inaugural class of the Academy graduated on December 17, 2009. Cadets received 230 hours of training in approximately 32 subject areas ranging from firearms to juvenile law to courtroom procedures. A two-hour customer service class entitled “Customer Service: Who Cares?” was offered throughout Co-Lin’s District with much success. Class consisted of instructor lecture, interactive DVD and participant feedback. The concept is based on four key principles: greet the customer, respect the customer, listen to the customer and really help the customer. QuickBooks Premier Accountant Edition 2010 was offered in a 12 hour computer based format with each of the classes offered being filled to maximum capacity. Classes are offered buffet style so that participants may pick and choose any or all of the classes desired. Working with The Montgomery Institute, the Workforce Division offered an Entrepreneurship class to individuals wishing to start their own businesses. The class is targeted toward dislocated workers identified by local WIN Job Centers. Participants are guided through the process of opening a

Law Enforcement Officer’s Training Academy inaugural class graduated on December 17, 2009.

business and receive one-on-one instruction to develop their business plans. CoLin’s Small Business Development Center is utilized to present the “First Steps” Program to the class. Kuhlman Electric Corporation has been very active with training its employees in Basic Computer, Basic Excel, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC ) Training, OSHA, CPR/First Aid, Lift Truck Driver Certification, and Drug Awareness. CoLin in cooperation with the State Board of Community and Junior Colleges provides resources for this business and industry training. IV Therapy training provided through a Stimulus Grant from the Central Mississippi Planning and Development District has been a success with two classes in Natchez, three classes in Wesson, and one class at the Simpson County Center.

Workforce Training Specialist, Randy Castilaw, provides CPR and First Aid training to district Certified Nurses; Assistant students.

The Certified Nurses’ Assistant training is very active with classes on all three campuses. The classes last approximately five weeks. Co-Lin (Wesson) has become a State Testing Center for all three campuses for Certified Nurses’ Assistant students. Several new partners have taken advantage of training opportunities in recent months. Reed’s Metals, Alford Lumber and Pro-Tech employees received training in OSHA, CPR/First Aid and Lift Truck Driver Certification. The Workforce Division also provides basic skills training for companies. An example is training provided for certain employees at Wal-Mart Distribution Center. Those who successfully complete the training and pass industry-based testing will receive generous pay increases.

The Thames Conference Center houses the Workforce Education Center on the Wesson Campus as well as provides a professional atmosphere to meet and train. The Thames Center has experienced personnel on-site to provide computer technology and innovative job training and workshop opportunities for businesses, industries, and educational institutions. Regardless of the size of your group or the length of your event, The Thames Center staff is ready to meet your needs.

For more information call 601.643.8702 8 | Non-Credit Course Catalog


Brookhaven-Lincoln County Chamber Commerce Classes are held at the Brookhaven Mobile Lab free to Chamber members. Non-members are welcome for a nominal fee. Contact the Brookhaven - Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce to register at 601.833.1411. Computer classes are limited to a 10 seat maximum. FEBRUARY Beginners: Getting Started in Windows 7 Find out about the different parts of the computer inside and out. Learn navigation techniques and how to open and close a program. Feb 15, 2011 | 8:30am - 11:30am Feb 8, 2011| 5:30pm - 8:30pm

MARCH Beginners: E-mail How-To Save on postage use e-mail! Learn the basics, including: sending, replying, forwarding, CC, BC, adding attachments and saving address to the address book. March 8, 2011 | 8:30am - 11:30am March 8, 2011 | 5:30pm - 8:30pm

Beginners: Saving and Retrieving items Take a look at files, folders, documents and the ways to manage them. Then learn how to find the items you create. (Windows 7) Feb 15, 2011 | 1:00pm - 4:00pm Feb 10, 2011| 5:30pm - 8:30pm

Word processing: Basic letter writing Learn the basic form of a business letter as well as word processing skills such as the keyboard, selecting, and editing. (Word 2007) March 8, 2011| 1:00pm - 4:00pm March 10, 2011 | 5:30pm - 8:30pm

Beginners: Customizing, Maintaining, & other file storage options Learn how to customize your desktop and screen saver. Then be taught maintenance basics and storage options that all computer users should know, such as USB drives, CDs and DVDs. (Windows 7) Feb 10, 2011 | 8:30am - 11:30am Feb 15, 2011 | 5:30pm - 8:30pm Beginners: Getting Online Experience a new world online. Learn technical terms and how to navigate online, as well as, searching for the information you need. Feb 10, 2011 | 1:00pm - 4:00pm Feb 17, 2011 |5:30pm - 8:30pm

Word processing: Formatting essentials The page format in a document is very important. Become skilled at document margins, page breaks, page numbers, headers and footers, columns and tables. (Word 2007) March 10, 2011| 8:30am - 11:30am March 22, 2011 | 5:30pm - 8:30pm Word Processing: Mail merging, labels, letters, and more Combine your letters and your databases to streamline your office workflow. (Word 2007) March 10, 2011 | 1:00pm - 4:00pm March 24, 2011 | 5:30pm - 8:30pm

All classes are started contingent on timely registration and a minimum number of registered participants.

APRIL Excel 2007: Formula Fundamentals Discover the basics of Excel spreadsheets including: cells, formulas, functions, and cell references. April 12, 2011 | 8:30am - 11:30am April 12, 2011 | 5:30pm - 8:30pm Excel 2007: Formatting Data & Inserting Charts Use the Excel formatting features to make your worksheets more attractive and easier to read. In addition, learn how to display, edit and format information in charts or graphs. April 12, 2011 | 1:00pm - 4:00pm April 14, 2011| 5:30pm - 8:30pm Excel 2007: Automating with Macros, Pivot Table Reports & Advanced Worksheet Management Experience the power of the Pivot table reports which allow you to summarize selected worksheet data in an interactive table format. Create macros to automate frequently performed Excel tasks. April 14, 2011 | 1:00pm - 4:00pm April 19, 2011 | 5:30pm - 8:30pm

Conversational Spanish Mondays, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Learn Spanish for the first time or brush up on your skills. All levels welcome. Located at First United Methodist Church, Brookhaven, MS

Basic skills

The Basic Skills program provides employees in businesses and industries on-site training to acquire new knowledge and skills and upgrade existing skills or obtain a GED. Job-related forms and information can be incorporated into the curriculum of these programs, thus enhancing the skill development of the employee. Training topics have included oral and written communication skills, basic computer operations, word processing and other software applications.

BASIC SKILLS COMPUTER CLASSES | Wesson Campus Introduction to Computers | Fridays, 9:00 am - 12:00 noon

Intermediate Computer Skills | Mondays, 12:45 pm - 3:45 pm

Learn the very basics beginning with the on button. Explore what is supposed to happen when the computer turns on and what to do when there is a problem. By the end of the semester you’ll be able to play a game, access the Internet and use Microsoft Word.

Continue to expand your knowledge of the personal computer. After completion of “Introduction to Computers”, this class offers further information on computer hardware, anti-virus software, anti-spyware, the Internet, E-mail, and Microsoft Office.

Basic Computer Skills | Fridays, 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Practice makes perfect. Once you complete “Introduction to Computers” learn how to apply those skills here. Learn letter writing, spreadsheet development, Internet commerce (e-commerce), and e-mail.

Discover the computer as a tool for personal use. Classes start as an introduction to computers and continues to cover the Internet, e-mail, and Microsoft Office programs such as basic MS Word and basic MS Excel.

Computer Projects | Wednesdays, 12:45 pm - 3:45 pm

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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Copiah-Lincoln Community College serves as the south central training site for Geographic Information Systems training provided by the Geosystems Research Institute (GRI) at Mississippi State University. These classes for the ArcGIS Desktop software are ideal for tax assessor employees, emergency management personnel and appraisers. Training is free to state, county, and local government employees in the state of Mississippi. Others may take the courses for a fee. 2-day courses are $140 and 3-day courses are $210. CEUs are available upon request (2-day courses are worth 1.6 CEUs and 3-day courses receive 2.4 CEUs).

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: One week prior to class date. To register for these classes, call 601.643.8715. ArcGIS Desktop I: Getting Started with GIS (16 hours) Date: March 8 & 9 This course provides the foundation for understanding GIS, what it can do, and how others are using it. Learn the basic functions of a GIS, coordinate systems, map projections and why they are important. Students will work with ArcMap to visualize geographic data, create maps, query a GIS database, perform spatial analysis using common analysis tools, and solve geographic problems using a systematic approach.

ArcGIS Desktop III: GIS Workflows and Analysis (16 hours) Date: May 18 & 19 This course shows how to apply ArcGIS tools in a workflow context with a focus on working with data stored in a geodatabase and performing geoprocessing and analysis. In the course exercises, students organize and edit data stored in a geodatabase, prepare data for analysis, create and edit geoprocessing models using ModelBuilder, and work through a challenging analysis project.

ArcGIS Desktop II: Tools & Functionality (24 hours) Date: April 12 - 14 This course teaches the range of functionality available in the software and the essential tools for visualizing, creating, managing, and analyzing geographic data. The hands-on course exercises emphasize practice with ArcMap and ArcCatalog to perform common GIS tasks and workflows. By the end of the course, students will be prepared to start working with ArcGIS Desktop on the job.

Building Geodatabases (24 hours) Date: June 21 - 23 This course provides an overview of the structure and capabilities of the geodatabase. You will learn how to create a geodatabase, migrate existing GIS data to a geodatabase, and edit and maintain data stored in a geodatabase. Prerequisite for this course is ArcGIS Desktop II

SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER The Mississippi Small Business Development Center located at Copiah Lincoln Community College in Natchez provides a variety of services to more than 10,000 small businesses every year including counseling, workshops and information services. Resources are available to assist in business plan development, market analysis, capital sources, location, technology transfer, innovation development, federal grant information and other managerial and technical support services.

*Workshops offered through MSBDC include the following topics: Business Startups Business Management Accounting Practices for Business Business Marketing Computer programs for Businesses such as QuickBooks *Workshop schedules may be found at www.mssbdc.org

Whether you are an established business owner or a beginning entrepreneur, the Co-Lin SBDC can help you gain an advantage in building your business. One on One counseling is offered between the hours of 8 am to 4:30 pm most weekdays and all services and counseling sessions are free to the public.

“ Transforming Mississippi One Small Business at a Time.” Jeff Waller, Director • Co-Lin Small Business Development Center • jeff.waller@colin.edu • 601.446.1254 10 | Non-Credit Course Catalog


personal enrichment WESSON CAMPUS

For questions or to register contact Randy Castilaw at 601.643.8713 or randy.castilaw@colin.edu.

Registration is REQUIRED for all personal enrichment classes. Individuals who show up for class but are not registered will be allowed in at the instructor’s discretion. Registration fees may be mailed to Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Attn: Randy Castilaw, P.O. Box 649, Wesson, MS 39191. Classes may be started contingent on timely registration and a minimum/maximum number of registered participants. Registration fees are held until classes start. A full refund is issued in the event a class is not held.

Beginning 35 MM Photography: Digital Focus

Learn the basics for getting the most out of your 35 mm camera. Topics to be discussed include; framing the shot, lighting, setting the speed. Required materials: 35 MM SLR camera. No insta-shot or fixed lens cameras. March 22 – April 12, 2011 (Tuesdays) Registration Due: March 11, 2011 6:00 – 9:00 pm $50.00 per person Wesson Campus, Thames Center Instructor - Jonathan Alford

Cake Decorating I

Learn basic cake decorating techniques such as proper tool selection, roses, piping, proper baking instructions, cake leveling, proper icing application. Supplies will be discussed on the first night of class. February 7 – March 7, 2011 (Mondays) Registration Due: January 31, 2011 6:00 – 9:00 pm Annie P. Goodie’s Shop, South on Highway 583 below Enterprise High $50.00, does not include supplies Instructor: Ms. Annie of Annie P. Goodies

Cake Decorating II

Cake Decorating I is required prior to taking this class. Skills to be taught include roses, stemmed flowers, simple characters, balloons, and more fun stuff. Supplies will be discussed on the first night of class. March 21 – April 18, 2011 (Mondays) Registration Due: March 14, 2011 6:00 – 9:00 pm Annie P. Goodie’s Shop, South on Highway 583 below Enterprise High $50.00, does not include supplies Instructor: Ms. Annie of Annie P. Goodies

Beginning Sketching: Pencil & Colored Pencil

The class is an introduction to perspective drawing techniques with the application of the elements of drawing using still life and landscape as subject matter. Orientation: Tuesday, March 22, 2011. 6:00 - 7:30pm Classes: March 29 – April 26: 6:00 – 9:00 pm Registration Due: March 14, 2011 Smith Hall Annex 112 Instructor - Carisa Galloway

Flower Arranging: Using artificial Flowers to Beautify Your Home

Participants will learn the principles and elements of floral design and use these each week to create their own floral masterpiece.

The hands-on section of class will allow participants to construct designs of symmetrical, asymmetrical, parallel and vegetative styles. You are responsible for purchasing and bringing your own supplies to class each week. A supply list will be provided prior to each session. Orientation: February 3, 6:00 – 7:00 pm Classes: February 8 &10, 6:30 – 8:00 pm February 15 & 17, 6:30 – 8:00 pm Registration Due: January 27, 2011 Wesson Campus, Thames Center $40.00, does not include supplies Instructor - Angela Berch

SIMPSON COUNTY CENTER Contact Missy Orders regarding the fall semester personal interest class schedule. 601.849.0113 or missy.orders@colin.edu The class schedule will be submitted to www.mageenews.com and the Magee Courier once it is available.

Personal Enrichment On-Line! Get Assertive! Get Funny! Skills for Making Great Decisions Goodbye to Shy Get Paid to Travel Interpersonal Communication Twelve Steps to a Successful Job Search Keys to Effective Communication

Leadership Lose Weight and Keep It Off Making Age an Asset in Your Job Search Individual Excellence Achieving Success with Difficult People Listen to Your Heart, and Success Will Follow ......and much more!

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personal enrichment NATCHEZ CAMPUS For registration and date information contact Beth Richard, 601.446.1103 or e-mail beth.richard@colin.edu. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. The courses featured in this schedule do not carry college credit or lead to academic degrees. CEU Credit is available if applicable (special fees and arrangements are required). These courses are designed for all regardless of educational history. If for any reason you are not satisfied with a class, you may receive a refund. No refunds will be given after the second class meeting. Beginning Oil Painting You too can learn to create art with this introductory course in painting with oils. A list of supplies will be provided upon registration. Guitar Basics Have you always wanted to play the guitar but never took the time to learn? Aspiring musicians will learn basic guitar chords and bass patterns in a relaxed group atmosphere. Basic Ballroom – Including Jive, Rumba, Foxtrot and Cha Cha Students will learn basic steps and turns as well as arm and foot styling for each of the four dances. Couples or single dancers welcome. Just in time for those holiday parties. Salsa Dance The basic steps will be taught in the first week and in the second week

turns and arm styling will be added. For the third week a choreographed routine will begin. By the end of 8 weeks students will know a complete choreographed salsa routine including turns, styling and more that can be used at any dance club or party. Dance for Health and Fitness Class will include stretching and dance elements from various forms of dance including ballet, jazz, hip hop, and more. It is a fun way to get moving, improve coordination and fitness and help with weight loss. Great for any fitness level. Students will need soft soled shoes (ballet, jazz, or fitness shoes) and comfortable clothes. Knitting Basics Make yourself a scarf for Christmas! The class will learn basic knit and pearl stitches in a relaxed atmo-

sphere. Supply list provided upon registration. Herbal Therapy The course will focus on herbs easily grown or already found in your backyard, their healing properties and how to safely prepare and administer these herbs as therapies. Self Defense for Everyone This class is designed for students of all ages who wish to learn techniques for personal self-defense. Learn not only physical skills and tactics but ways to avoid potentially dangerous situations in the first place. Beginning Spanish “Si” you can speak Spanish! Practical course covering useful topics in everyday Spanish conversation, culture, and travel.

Find our open to the public class schedule at our website! Subscribe to get monthly reminders via e-mail.

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CONTINUING Education WORKSHOPS

DEADLINE TO REGISTER: May 21, 2011

Late registration is subject to a $10.00 late fee per class!

WESSON CAMPUS

Reading: The Process (.5 CEUs) The whole concept of reading for comprehension is more than identifying words. The ability to determine how to read different types material in anticipation of specific outcomes is a skill that can be taught. Furthermore, understanding how to study ready using maps, marking and underlining, and note taking will make students independent, lifelong learners. May 31, 2011 | 8:45am - 3:00pm Presenter: Judy Wiggins Registration Fee: $45.00

Leadership Mentoring in the Classroom (.5 CEUs) A course designed to lead teachers in the study of leadership styles and skills, roles and functions of organizations. Throughout the course we will look at communication skills, time-management, power, planning and goal setting, leadership mentoring as well as activities to help develop leadership in the classroom. June 7, 2011 | 8:45am - 3:00pm Presenter: Dr. Stephanie Duguid Registration Fee: $45.00

Rights and Responsibilities: Teachers’ Role in the Disciplinary Process (.5 CEUs) There are two equally important aspects of discipline in k-12 education. They are student discipline and teacher discipline. Teachers should know what they are responsible for and current law that supports their actions. Teaching professionals will explore their rights and responsibilities in the areas that concern student discipline, teacher discipline and employment decisions. Mississippi Code, Federal Legislation, and State and Federal court cases will be examined and discussed. June 1, 2011 | 8:45am - 3:00pm Presenter: Dr. Ben Cox Registration Fee: $45.00

Teacher’s Practical Excel 2007 (.5 CEUs) Beginner and experienced Excel users can learn the benefits of a properly set-up spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel 2007. Learn how to streamline some of those repetitive tasks such as grade calculating, test grading, mailing lists and more tips. This class is best for computer users who have previous basic computer knowledge. June 9, 2011 | 8:45am - 3:00pm Presenter: Dr. Suzanne Johnson Registration Fee: $45.00

Understanding Today’s Youth (.5 CEUs) Drug use, suicides, mental health issues, bullying, cyber-bullying, gangs, and child abuse... Today’s youth face many obstacles. Get a better understanding of these topics and the youth that face them. Compare delinquency versus MS laws and youth court and look at steps for a safe classroom. June 2, 2011 | 8:45am - 3:00pm Presenter: Jewel Simmons, FOII Registration Fee: $45.00

Yellow Brick Road to a Successful School Year: Developing an Effective Classroom Discipline & Management Plan (.5 CEUs) Topics to be discussed include Positive Behavior Intervention Strategies (PBIS), interacting with difficult students, as well as how to effectively work with parents, coworkers, and administrators. Upon completion of the workshop take a discipline plan and management procedures back to your classroom. Target Audience: Middle/ High School Teachers (.5 CEUs) June 13, 2011 | 8:45am - 3:00pm Presenter: David Martin Registration Fee: $45.00 Continued on page 14

Registration Information 1. Registration: The following information is required along with payment for classes - Name, name of employer, work phone, home phone, cell phone (if available), name of class(es) 2. All payments must be in by May 21, 2011. Late registration is subject to a $10.00 late fee per class. 3. Make checks payable to Copiah-Lincoln Community College. Check Policy: All payments will be deposited as they are received. 4. Registration forms and fees must be submitted by May 21, 2011. No reminder will be sent after registration. Participants will be contacted only in the event of a cancellation or filled class. 5. Mail registration information to: Copiah-Lincoln Community College ATTN: Celeste Williamson, P.O. Box 649, Wesson, MS 39191 4. A minimum number of registered participants is required. In the event the class is cancelled or filled, participants will receive notification of the cancellation. If vacancies are available in other classes participants will have the option to transfer to those classes or receive a refund. 5. Refund Policy: Any person who has paid a registration fee and decides not to attend the workshop must give a fiveday notice to receive a refund. Refunded payments will be made at the end of June. There will be no refund granted to participants failing to attend the workshop or complete the class requirements. Lunch prices are built into class fees and these fees are nonrefundable. 6. Questions regarding classes? Call 601.643.8711 or e-mail celeste.williamson@colin.edu 7. Please attend classes prepared for varied facility temperatures. 8. A $10.00 CEU nonrefundable fee is included in the registration fee. 9. Certificates for CEU credits will be awarded to all participants who successfully complete the requirements of the course (no partial CEU credit can or will be awarded).

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CONTINING EDUCaTION WORKSHOPS Teach-nology and More (.5 CEUs) Improve your technology skills as well as learn of the many helpful on-line resources. E-mail how-to, Software tips, and website suggestions are all a part of this informative class. This class is best for the beginner and intermediate user. June 14, 2011 | 8:45am - 3:00pm Presenter: Dr. Suzanne Johnson Registration Fee: $45.00

substance abuse in America. Participants will learn the most abused and misused drugs, signs and symptoms of drug use, and long and short term physical and mental impacts. In addition, learn updated skills for proper First Aid. First time students or recertifications are welcome. June 15, 2011 | 8:45am - 3:00pm Presenter: Randy Castilaw Registration Fee: $45.00

Classroom Safety: First Aid & Substance Abuse Symptoms (.5 CEUs) Two topics that you may encounter in the classroom include substance abuse and first aid. This class presents an introduction to the growing epidemic of

Nutrition and Wellness (A Practical Approach for Teachers) (.5 CEUs) A course designed to expose the importance and significance of nutrition so you can stay healthy for your students. You will gain practical knowledge about your current state of

health, basic nutritional requirements, how to make informed choices, facts and myths about nutrition, and modifications to current eating and cooking habits. This course will challenge you to apply and experience changes through nutrition and various aspects of wellness. Once completed, you will be armed with information to share with your students. June 16, 2011 | 8:45am - 3:00pm Presenter: Dr. Stephanie Duguid Registration Fee: $45.00

More than 300 online courses available

Online Courses For Teachers Ready, Set, Read!

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Our instructor-facilitated online courses are informative, fun, convenient, and highly interactive. Our instructors are famous for their ability to create warm and supportive communities of learners. All courses run for six weeks (with a 10-day grace period at the end). Courses are projectoriented and include lessons, quizzes, handson assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links, and more. You can complete any course entirely from your home or office. Any time of the day or night.

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Understanding Adolescents

Using the Internet in the Classroom

Microsoft PowerPoint, Word or Excel in the Classroom

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Creating Web Pages

Learn the basics of HTML so you can design, create, and post your very own site on the Web.

Enhancing Language Development in Childhood

Enrich the lives of your children by helping them become proficient speakers and thinkers.

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Improve your ability to teach diverse learners with real-world examples from elementary, middle, and high school classrooms.

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Testing is by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, contact: Dianne Brown, 601.894.2121 or dianne.brown@colin.edu Esther Perryman, 601.442.0243 or esther.perryman@colin.edu Vick Williams,601.833.3511 or vick.williams@colin.edu

Workforce Investment Act The Workforce Investment Act (WIA) is a federal program that provides funding for educational and training programs at various community colleges throughout the nation. Students of Copiah-Lincoln Community College (Co-Lin), who meet eligibility requirements for the WIA program, receive federal aid to support their educational endeavors and encourage their entrance into the workforce.

WIA CONTACTS

Dianne Brown, WIA Education & Training Coordinator Service Area: Copiah and Simpson counties Office: Hazlehurst WIN Job Center 601.894.2121 or dianne.brown@colin.edu

Funds typically cover the cost of tuition and books during the last two semesters of certain four-semester training programs. Those interested in obtaining more information should contact one of Co-Lin’s WIA Education and Training Coordinators.

Esther Perryman, WIA Education & Training Coordinator Service Area: Adams and Jefferson Counties Office: Natchez WIN Job Center 601.442.0243 or esther.perryman@colin.edu

Vick Williams, WIA Education & Training Coordinator Service Area: Lincoln, Lawrence, and Franklin counties Office: Brookhaven WIN Job Center 601.833.3511 or vick.williams@colin.edu

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Copiah-Lincoln Community College Prepare for employment in some of today’s hottest careers with a comprehensive, affordable, and self paced online Career Training Program. You can begin these Programs at any time and learn at your own pace. Upon successful completion of all required coursework, you will receive a Certificate of Completion.

Online Courses Our instructor-facilitated online courses are informative, fun, convenient, and highly interactive. Our instructors are famous for their ability to create warm and supportive communities of learners. You can complete any course entirely from your home or office. Any time of the day or night.

Features: • Facilitators and mentors are available to answer questions and help you through your studies • Career Counselors will help you prepare for the transition from the classroom to the workplace

Features: • Courses run for six weeks (with a 10-day grace period at the end). • Courses are project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links, and more.

Programs are available in the following areas: • Business and Professional • IT and Software Development • Healthcare and Fitness • Courses are all open-enrollment • Management and Corporate and self paced • Media and Design • All materials, workbooks, and • Hospitality and Gaming software are included • Skilled Trades and Industrial • Payment plans available

How to Get Started: 1. Visit our Online Instruction Center: www.ed2go.com/colin

Wind Energy Apprentice Wind energy companies are growing exponentially to meet America’s demand for clean, renewable, domestic energy. This entry-level Wind Energy Apprentice Online Training Program prepares you for a career in the wind energy industry.

2. Click the Courses link, choose the department and course title you are interested in and select the Enroll Now button. Follow the instructions to enroll and pay for your course. Here you will enter your e-mail and choose a password that will grant you access to the Classroom. 3. When your course starts, return to our Online Instruction Center and click the Classroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in with your e-mail and the password you selected during enrollment.

Certified Mediator This online Certified Mediator program will give you just the start you’re looking for in mediation. Offered in partnership with Mediators without Borders®, this online program offers a highly comprehensive mediation education that can help you advance in your present job, add a sought after skill to your resume, or set up a private practice as a Certified Mediator.

Accounting Fundamentals Gain a marketable new skill by learning the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, financial reporting, and more.

Webmaster This Webmaster Online Training Program will prepare you for a career designing, developing, and maintaining Web sites.

A to Z Grantwriting Learn how to research and develop relationships with potential funding sources, organize grant writing campaigns, and prepare proposals.

MCAS Office 2007 & Windows Vista The Microsoft Certified Application Specialist (MCAS) Online Training Program is a performance-based certification program approved by Microsoft to assess and validate computer skills using the Microsoft Office 2007 suite of programs: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, and Outlook, as well as Windows Vista.

Discover Digital Photography An informative introduction to the fascinating world of digital photography equipment.

Creating Web Pages Learn the basics of HTML so you can design, create, and post your very own site on the Web.

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Wesson Campus Map

Thames Conference Center Offices of Workforce Education

5/2007 Academic Buildings

12: Maggie Flowers Ewing Fine Arts Building 13: James H. Stribling Nursing Building 15: Willie H. Smith Hall & Smith Annex 16: Sandifer Communications Building 50: Dow/Young Instructional Technical Building

Career-Technical Buildings

6: Fortenberry Career-Technical Center 7: J.J. Wesson Building 34: J.S. Youngblood Building 35: Otho Messer Career-Technical Building 36: Noah Wallace Building 42: R.E. Anderson Building

Athletic Facilities

11: Graydon L. Mullen Gymnasium 28: Tennis Courts (lower) 29: Frank Pitts Field House 30: H.L. Stone Stadium 31: Walter R. Sullivan Baseball Field 32: Tennis Courts (upper) 33. Football Weight Facility 37: Golf Cart Storage 38: Wolf Hollow Golf Course 53: Baseball Field House 46: Softball Complex 47: Soccer Complex 51: Charlie Ward Practice Field

Support Facilities

1: J.M. Ewing Administration Building 8: W. S. Henley Student Union

9: Callendar Hall 18: Oswalt Library 17: Gertrude Mutton Building 16: Sandifer Communications Building

Residence Halls

2. Ellis Honors (Women’s) Dorm 4: Lula Stevens Hall & Stevens Annex (Women’s Dorm) 5: Copiah Hall (Woman’s Dorm) 10: L. Russell Ellzey Hall (Men’s Dorm) 24: Lincoln Hall (Men’s Honors Dorm) 25: Lawrence Hall (Men’s Honors Dorm) 26: Triplex Apartments (Woman’s Dorm) 43: Franklin Hall (Men’s Dorm) 45: Simpson Hall (Men’s Dorm)

Other Facilities

3: Fred & Jewett Taylor Chapel 14: Baptist Student Union 19 - 23: Faculty Housing 27: Duplex Faculty Apartments 39: Billy B. Thames Conference Center 44: Oswalt House (faculty housing) 48: President’s Home 49: Vice President’s Home 52: Oswalt Nature Trail

Service Buildings

40: Dan Watson Maintenance Building & Grounds Maintenance 41: Dwight Harris Transportation Building


Copiah-Lincoln Community College Mullen Gymnasium, Wesson, MS SPONSORED BY THE COPIAH-LINCOLN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DIVISION OF CAREER, TECHNICAL AND WORKFORCE

Employers, be a part of this annual event recognizing the growth of business and industry in the Copiah-Lincoln district and the state of Mississippi. As business, industry, colleges and universities work together in providing the necessary resources for a well-trained workforce in Mississippi. Students have the opportunity to talk with representatives of leading companies and college/university recruiters from Mississippi and learn about district and state job opportunities.

Find out how your business or industry can participate. Call 601.643.8707

Funding for this publication was provided by the Mississippi State Board for Community and Junior Colleges.


Workforce Ed Non-Credit Catalog Spring 2011  

CLCC Workforce Education Non-Credit Catalog for Spring/Summer 2011

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