MERIDIAN — The Health Occupation Student Association (HOSA) chapter of the Newton County Career and Technical Center placed in several areas at the HOSA State Competition in Natchez recently. Winners included: front row, from left: Mackenzie Gannon, Christina Shoemaker, Lalah McMullan, first place among Biomedical Debate Teams; Amber Truhitt, second place in Nutrition; Karey Williams, fourth place in Extemporaneous Writing; Faith Westberry, fourth place in Epidemiology; and Summer Embry, fourth place in Home Health Aide Second row, from left, Gema Alonso and Tylin Sorrells, fourth place among Forensic Medicine Teams; Laney Chesney, fifth place in Nutrition; Mary Snowden and Ashley Gressett; fifth place among Forensic Medicine Teams; and Rachael Havard, fifth place in Medical Reading. Also recognized were: Haleigh West and Mak Rowzee, fourth place among Career Health Displays.
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EMCC presents pathways, programs in West Point
WEST POINT – There is more than one way to obtain the skills employers want. And East Mississippi Community College’s Manufacturing Technology and Engineering team was in West Point last night to present the various pathways to those skills.
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