When you are a public relations professional, you learn very quickly how important it is to establish and maintain positive community partnerships. Building these lifelong bridges proves to be valuable and essential when it comes to enhancing community engagement in projects, increasing community awareness issues and establishing a framework for continued support. Partnerships represent the pinnacle of leadership and collaboration in civil society.
Each year the Utica Campus of Hinds CC recognizes individuals who excel and/or show tremendous advancements in their academic careers. This year, students were honored at the Vice President's and Deans' Scholars Breakfast held Sept. 6 and the Academic Achievement Reception held Sept. 7. Both ceremonies are intended to shed light on student success as well as inspire others to grow academically. Below are photos from the events.
Summer at Hinds Community College Utica Campus features activities to keep incoming students as well as school aged youth engaged all summer long. Programs offered include STEM-UP/College Success Camp, Summer Prep 2017, Praxis Workshops, Summer Health Professions Institute and Sports Camp. The programs provide training and support in areas of Math, Reading, Writing, Arts and Recreation. Incoming students and community youth experienced life as college regulars, spending full days and even living at night, on campus. Below are a few pictures from our journey this summer!
The Utica Campus held its second annual Vice President’s Scholarship and Hall of Honors Gala March 31. The goals of the event were to honor individuals who has made tremendous strides in their professional careers as well as raise money for scholarships for potential students. The night was filled with social reunions, music, food and pictures -- lots and lots of pictures.
As a college student, I wanted to see and know everything that was happening on my campus. I had to be in the crowd and knowledgeable. I attended at least four programs per week. No matter the time or location, I was there!