When students in Meridian Community College's Emergency Medical Technology and Paramedic programs came to the class, the classroom came to them.
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.
Memories can drive and motivate; just ask MCC student Tyrese Houston who is rolling up his sleeves for his future while keeping both his family in focus and in the back of his mind.
MCC's Medical Laboratory Technology Program Class of 2021 graduates successfully passed their national licensure exam, the ASCP Board of Certification, on their first attempt for a 100 percent pass rate.
Curtis Bradley serves as the instructor for the Utility Lineman Program at Meridian Community College.