Holmes Community College

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Transportation Industry

Aircraft Mechanic

Aviation Management, A.A.S.

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STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.  The STEM Pathway addresses the national need for more people to pursue future careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics by providing opportunities to learn STEM theory and raising awareness of the high demands for STEM graduates in a wide variety of disciplines. These include: Physical sciences, Biological sciences, Mathematical sciences, Computer and Information sciences, Geo-sciences, Engineering, and Technology areas (such as engineering technology, information technology, biotechnology, etc.).

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Public Service Industry

Preschool Teacher

Child Development/Child Care and Family Education, A.A.S.

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Did you ever grow up thinking that you wanted to be just like that favorite teacher, coach, or principal? If so, then the Education pathway may be for you. For those considering a career in teaching, there are some excellent benefits such as: variety in a work day, life-long learning, making a difference in the lives of young people, working all over the world, and you will have way more than just a JOB. The Education pathway includes occupations that lead or assist in the delivery of instructional materials or lessons in classrooms, from preschool until high school. Regardless of the chosen path, the Education pathway will prepare the individual to be knowledgeable in his/her subject, inspire trust and confidence, motivate learners, as well as understand his/her students' educational and emotional needs. This field has many potential job opportunities. Possible careers include elementary teacher, secondary education teacher in many different subject areas, athletic coach, adult education instructor, preschool teacher, child care worker, and day care administrator. Even if some interested in working with children do not wish to work in a traditional classroom, there are other paths within this pathway to explore those options.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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Students choosing the Public Safety pathway will learn the essential components of the criminal justice system to include law enforcement, courts, corrections and the juvenile justice system.  Students will be offered extensive practical and professional knowledge that expounds upon crime, criminals, the criminal justice system and society’s ability to control crime and delinquency. Careers in this pathway include: Law Enforcement Officers, State Troopers, Correctional Officers, Parole/Probation Officers, Forensic Science Technicians, Game/Fish Wardens, Crime Scene Investigators, Federal Agents.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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Students choosing the Public Safety pathway will learn the essential components of the criminal justice system to include law enforcement, courts, corrections and the juvenile justice system.  Students will be offered extensive practical and professional knowledge that expounds upon crime, criminals, the criminal justice system and society’s ability to control crime and delinquency. Careers in this pathway include: Law Enforcement Officers, State Troopers, Correctional Officers, Parole/Probation Officers, Forensic Science Technicians, Game/Fish Wardens, Crime Scene Investigators, Federal Agents.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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Students choosing the Public Safety pathway will learn the essential components of the criminal justice system to include law enforcement, courts, corrections and the juvenile justice system.  Students will be offered extensive practical and professional knowledge that expounds upon crime, criminals, the criminal justice system and society’s ability to control crime and delinquency. Careers in this pathway include: Law Enforcement Officers, State Troopers, Correctional Officers, Parole/Probation Officers, Forensic Science Technicians, Game/Fish Wardens, Crime Scene Investigators, Federal Agents.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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Students choosing the Public Safety pathway will learn the essential components of the criminal justice system to include law enforcement, courts, corrections and the juvenile justice system.  Students will be offered extensive practical and professional knowledge that expounds upon crime, criminals, the criminal justice system and society’s ability to control crime and delinquency. Careers in this pathway include: Law Enforcement Officers, State Troopers, Correctional Officers, Parole/Probation Officers, Forensic Science Technicians, Game/Fish Wardens, Crime Scene Investigators, Federal Agents.

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Criminal Investigator

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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Students choosing the Public Safety pathway will learn the essential components of the criminal justice system to include law enforcement, courts, corrections and the juvenile justice system.  Students will be offered extensive practical and professional knowledge that expounds upon crime, criminals, the criminal justice system and society’s ability to control crime and delinquency. Careers in this pathway include: Law Enforcement Officers, State Troopers, Correctional Officers, Parole/Probation Officers, Forensic Science Technicians, Game/Fish Wardens, Crime Scene Investigators, Federal Agents.

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Forensic Science, A.A.S.

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Students choosing the Public Safety pathway will learn the essential components of the criminal justice system to include law enforcement, courts, corrections and the juvenile justice system.  Students will be offered extensive practical and professional knowledge that expounds upon crime, criminals, the criminal justice system and society’s ability to control crime and delinquency. Careers in this pathway include: Law Enforcement Officers, State Troopers, Correctional Officers, Parole/Probation Officers, Forensic Science Technicians, Game/Fish Wardens, Crime Scene Investigators, Federal Agents.

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Teacher Assistant

Elementary/Special Education, A.A.S.

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Did you ever grow up thinking that you wanted to be just like that favorite teacher, coach, or principal? If so, then the Education pathway may be for you. For those considering a career in teaching, there are some excellent benefits such as: variety in a work day, life-long learning, making a difference in the lives of young people, working all over the world, and you will have way more than just a JOB. The Education pathway includes occupations that lead or assist in the delivery of instructional materials or lessons in classrooms, from preschool until high school. Regardless of the chosen path, the Education pathway will prepare the individual to be knowledgeable in his/her subject, inspire trust and confidence, motivate learners, as well as understand his/her students' educational and emotional needs. This field has many potential job opportunities. Possible careers include elementary teacher, secondary education teacher in many different subject areas, athletic coach, adult education instructor, preschool teacher, child care worker, and day care administrator. Even if some interested in working with children do not wish to work in a traditional classroom, there are other paths within this pathway to explore those options.

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Information Technology Industry

Software Developer

Computer Science

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STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.  The STEM Pathway addresses the national need for more people to pursue future careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics by providing opportunities to learn STEM theory and raising awareness of the high demands for STEM graduates in a wide variety of disciplines. These include: Physical sciences, Biological sciences, Mathematical sciences, Computer and Information sciences, Geo-sciences, Engineering, and Technology areas (such as engineering technology, information technology, biotechnology, etc.).

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Data Security Management

Computer Science

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STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.  The STEM Pathway addresses the national need for more people to pursue future careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics by providing opportunities to learn STEM theory and raising awareness of the high demands for STEM graduates in a wide variety of disciplines. These include: Physical sciences, Biological sciences, Mathematical sciences, Computer and Information sciences, Geo-sciences, Engineering, and Technology areas (such as engineering technology, information technology, biotechnology, etc.).

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Computer Science

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STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.  The STEM Pathway addresses the national need for more people to pursue future careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics by providing opportunities to learn STEM theory and raising awareness of the high demands for STEM graduates in a wide variety of disciplines. These include: Physical sciences, Biological sciences, Mathematical sciences, Computer and Information sciences, Geo-sciences, Engineering, and Technology areas (such as engineering technology, information technology, biotechnology, etc.).

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Systems Analyst

Computer Science

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STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.  The STEM Pathway addresses the national need for more people to pursue future careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics by providing opportunities to learn STEM theory and raising awareness of the high demands for STEM graduates in a wide variety of disciplines. These include: Physical sciences, Biological sciences, Mathematical sciences, Computer and Information sciences, Geo-sciences, Engineering, and Technology areas (such as engineering technology, information technology, biotechnology, etc.).

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Computer Science

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STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.  The STEM Pathway addresses the national need for more people to pursue future careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics by providing opportunities to learn STEM theory and raising awareness of the high demands for STEM graduates in a wide variety of disciplines. These include: Physical sciences, Biological sciences, Mathematical sciences, Computer and Information sciences, Geo-sciences, Engineering, and Technology areas (such as engineering technology, information technology, biotechnology, etc.).

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Energy Industry

Engineering-Chemical/Biological/Petroleum, A.A.S.

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STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.  The STEM Pathway addresses the national need for more people to pursue future careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics by providing opportunities to learn STEM theory and raising awareness of the high demands for STEM graduates in a wide variety of disciplines. These include: Physical sciences, Biological sciences, Mathematical sciences, Computer and Information sciences, Geo-sciences, Engineering, and Technology areas (such as engineering technology, information technology, biotechnology, etc.).

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Electrical Lineman

Engineering-Electrical/Computer/Software, A.A.S.

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STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.  The STEM Pathway addresses the national need for more people to pursue future careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics by providing opportunities to learn STEM theory and raising awareness of the high demands for STEM graduates in a wide variety of disciplines. These include: Physical sciences, Biological sciences, Mathematical sciences, Computer and Information sciences, Geo-sciences, Engineering, and Technology areas (such as engineering technology, information technology, biotechnology, etc.).

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Construction Industry

Civil Engineering Technician

Engineering-Civil/Mechanical/Aerospace, A.A.S.

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STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.  The STEM Pathway addresses the national need for more people to pursue future careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics by providing opportunities to learn STEM theory and raising awareness of the high demands for STEM graduates in a wide variety of disciplines. These include: Physical sciences, Biological sciences, Mathematical sciences, Computer and Information sciences, Geo-sciences, Engineering, and Technology areas (such as engineering technology, information technology, biotechnology, etc.).

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Contact Phone Number

662-472-2312

Address

#1 Hill St
Goodman, MS 39079
United States