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EMCC helps prepare for workforce

August 30, 2013

EMCC Picture 1 Kirk Douglas, Jr. of Columbus (left) and Bill Kennedy of Columbus (center) go over a worksheet with Clay County Board of Supervisors President Shelton Deanes (background) and District 3 Supervisor R.B. Davis (right) during a manufacturing workshop at EMCC's West Point Campus. The classes are provided by the campus to help residents get prepared for the workforce. (Photo by Kate Moser/DTL)

With Yokohama Tires coming to the Clay County area soon, East Mississippi Community College is helping residents get ready for the workforce.

EMCC's West Point and Golden Triangle campus in Mayhew are offering courses and tests that will prepare anyone with the skills and knowledge they need to work in technical and manufacturing jobs.

The West Point campus offers basic skills classes, the Workkeys test, manufacturing and technical classes, according to Workforce Specialist Mitzi Thompson.

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