The 29-year-old Collinsville resident works full-time with the Air Evac Lifeteam as a flight paramedic, is employed with ASAP and Neshoba General EMS part-time, and is also an aerospace medical technician.
"The story of my life is streaked in green and white." That's how Brandon Dewease, MCC director of student engagement, sums up his passion for his alma mater.
Dr. Beverly Knox, a graduate of Meridian Community College, is excited to be named president of The Montgomery Institute, the first woman to lead the nonprofit corporation.
Bridgett Clayton enrolled in MCC after graduating from Meridian High School in 1978. Clayton served as president of Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society and received both the H.M. Ivy Academic Scholarship and the L.O. Todd Academic Scholarship.
" I've made lifelong friends and worked with people I went to school with, and I've made great connections at MCC," said MCC alumna Erica Glover.