Honors Institute Dean Tim Krason’s Raymond Campus digs in Jenkins Hall are a good reflection of the diversity of programs and students he serves.
“Getting this scholarship in particular is really important to me. It feels like a natural fit.”
“It gave me the connections I needed to get started,” Denson said. “I’ve been working on movie sets for seven years, now.”
“We would never be able to do a program of this magnitude without that industry leadership”
The college’s partnerships with these industry leaders grew out of a need the companies had for trained employees. Hinds worked with them to craft training structures and time schedules that fit their needs, not traditional academic schedules.
Complete with the “Eat Mor Chikin” mascot, the much-anticipated Chick-fil-A officially opened on Feb. 16 in the Student Union Building on the Raymond Campus.
“I always wanted to do engineering,” Harris said, “that’s why I took the classes that I did, because I knew engineering principles would be part of the curriculum.”
“I was looking to change some lives for the better,” Baird said. “I couldn’t have been more delighted.”
“I got my foot in the door here, and the growth I’ve had has really helped me go a long way,”
“You want to go someplace you’re going to play. We want guys who are hungry to play. Junior college players are so crucial because they are immediately experienced”
Since coming to Hinds in 2017, he has been driven to positively impact citizens and industry partners in our communities. He particularly cherishes Hinds’ sponsored Registered Apprenticeship programs.