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Outstanding Students for this year!

CTC-West Awards Non-Traditional Scholarships

Monday, May 11, 2015
     CTC-West is pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s Outstanding Non-Traditional Student Scholarship Awards, Jacob Stewart and Kaitlyn Hanna. Jacob comes to us from Hernando High School, has completed the two year program in Health Science and will continue his studies in health care at NWCC.  Kaitlyn, a student from Southaven High School, has completed the Digital Media program and plans to attend the  University of Colorado and major in video production. These two scholarships are cash awards for the students to use toward their college goals.

     The non-traditional student scholarships were funded by a grant awarded to Student Services at CTC-West from the Mississippi Department of Education, Office of Career, Counseling, and Support Services to help promote students in non-traditional gender career paths.



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Construction Technology Student Wins 1st Place in 
District 1 Challenge!

     Cody Jeppe, a first year Construction Technology student at CTC-West, claimed first place in Residential Wiring at the SkillsUSA District 1 competition held at Northwest Community College, February 10th. The SkillsUSA competition is the showcase for the best career and technical students in the nation. Contests begin locally and continue through the state and national levels. Cody will move up to the next level of competition at the state level to be held in Jackson, Mississippi on March 3rd and 4th.  
     Cody attends school at Southave High School and is considering a career in the electrical/electronics field.


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CTC-West students helped serve over 700 families in DeSoto County by volunteering to work with the Mobile Food Pantry on January 28 at the Lander's Center parking lot. Nearly 30 students gave their time to help bag and distribute food to families in need in our area. 

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