“Thanks to all of our 2021 Players, Sponsors and Contributors!”
“In meetings with legislators in October and November, Hinds President Dr. Stephen Vacik highlighted ongoing facility upgrades and renovations.”
“Robert B. and Annie Jane Biggs Langston were lifelong residents of Raymond who together built a legacy of diligent work and support for education.”
“Both facilities, which offer different amenities, are important to the vitality of the college and the communities served.”
“Our job is to put people to work – bottom line. Our job is to grow the talent pipeline and connect people with jobs and put them to work. Everything is workforce. To me it just becomes second nature.”
“It’s been a great ride.”
“The scholarship will help students get a start in life. Hinds is such a good place to do that.”
“From an elaborate expansion of its airport terminal and adding an outlet for job hunters to intriguing enhancements for academic and career-tech programs, Hinds Community College has been a leader in getting Mississippi back open for business as the state emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic.”
“The U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD) named Hinds among 27 academic institutions as its first-ever Centers of Excellence for Domestic Maritime Workforce Training and Education (CoE), to prepare students for careers in the nation’s maritime industry.”
Titles might change, but hearts and minds tend to stay the same. Changes happening at Hinds this semester have been varied and numerous. But, the faces and experiences of those leading the college efforts for transformation have deep roots and passion for the college.
Legendary coach and athletic director Gene Murphy retired at the end of February after a career spanning more than 35 years, numerous football championships and a reputation for touching young athletes’ lives.