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Rangers Open Season with Sweep of SW Tennessee 8-7 & 4-3

Feb 17, 2013 • by Kevin Maloney • NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE
SENATOBIA – Northwest opened the 2013 baseball season with a pair of hard-fought wins over Southwest Tennessee 8-7 (10 inn.) and 4-3 on a chilly and windy Saturday afternoon at Ranger Field. Northwest is off to a 2-0 start while Southwest Tennessee fell to More

Diamond Rangers Drop 3 of 4 Games on Opening Weekend

Feb 18, 2012 • by Kevin Maloney • NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE
SENATOBIA – The 2012 Northwest baseball season got off to a slow start this past weekend, with the Rangers dropping 3 of 4 games to Jackson State and Southwest Tennessee at Ranger Field. The Rangers were swept in a pair of games by Jackson Sta More

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Southwest hosting job training fair for manufacturing industry

Oct 21, 2014 • WMC-TV
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - Southwest Tennessee Community College will host a job training recruitment fair for their Manufacturing, Logistics and Solutions program on Nov. 11 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.. Southwest is promoting the manufacturing division of the ... More

$8 million coming to Memphis for job training

Oct 15, 2014 • wreg.com
The Southern Education Training Consortium Bio/IT program is a partnership between Memphis Bioworks, SeedCo, Southwest Tennessee Community College, the University of Memphis' Bioinformatics Graduate Program, and other non-profits and ... More

WREG uncovers explosive chemicals found at Memphis VA Medical Center in ...

Oct 2, 2014 • wreg.com
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — WREG uncovered explosive details about a neglected lab full of dangerous chemicals at the Memphis Veterans Affairs Medical Center. A former VA employee said he was made to work in the lab, without being told there were hazardous ... More

Michigan Community Colleges to get nearly $5 Million in Training Grants

Sep 29, 2014 • Comvoicesonline
WASHINGTON D.C.)-Training America's workers with the skills they need for a good job can help middle class families and help American businesses grow our economy. While America's businesses have created 10 million jobs over the past 54 months, the ... More

To Keep Auto Jobs Coming to Tennessee, We Must Defend Right-to-Work Law ...

Oct 24, 2014 • PoliticalNews.me (press release)
Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) told leaders of the auto industry that in order to maintain its position as the nation's leading state for new auto jobs, Tennessee needs to defend its right-to-work law, continue to have the nation's best four-lane highway ... More

Bioworks aims to turn jobless into tech workers

Oct 16, 2014 • Insurance News Net
By Ted Evanoff, The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tenn. ... inexpensive. Spending $8.1 million to train 960 people will cost about $8,400 per person on average, or more than twice the annual tuition for a Southwest Tennessee Community College student. More

Recipients Of $450M Job-Driven Training Grants Announced

Sep 29, 2014 • Manufacturing Business Technology
WASHINGTON– Training America's workers with the skills they need for a good job can help middle class families and help American businesses grow our economy. While America's businesses have created 10 million jobs over the past 54 months, the ... More

Scientific Management Techniques Executes Memorandum of Understanding ...

Sep 30, 2014 • PR Web (press release)
Mr. John Churchill, the director of Workforce Development at Southwest Tennessee Community College in Memphis, has been working with SMT since 2011. Commenting on the impact the program has delivered in his area Churchill added, “SMT's programs ... More

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