Co-Lin Career, Technical and Workforce Education believes in the potential of our workforce in Southwest Mississippi. That belief is what has motivated us to partner with the Brookhaven-Lincoln County Mississippi Scholars Program. Throughout the year, members of our faculty and staff contribute time to educating and encouraging students in pursuing a more rigorous path of study. Students who complete a harder path of study come out better prepared for higher education and the workforce.



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Co-Lin representative Celeste Williamson and KDMC representative Tammy Livingston spoke with students at Enterprise Attendance Center this past spring.



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Brookhaven-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce Marketing Director Kay Burton, Dean of Career, Technical and Workforce Education Gail Baldwin and Entergy Customer Customer Account Manager Kenny Goza participated at the 64th Mississippi Economic Council Annual Meeting in the spring as panelists to discuss how communities and the workforce benefit from the Mississippi Scholars program.




These outstanding students representing seven schools were honored the Chamber's 7th annual MS Scholars banquet! Every Lincoln county MS Scholar graduate received recognition and a scholarship!