Division of Workforce Training and Economic Development
Holliday Hall: 101 Cunningham Boulevard Booneville, MS 38829 (662) 720-7242
Corinth Facility: 2759 South Harper Road Corinth, MS 38834 (662) 696-2304
DID YOU KNOW??? NEMCC has administered more Job Physical Ability Skills Simulation assessments than any other community college in Mississippi? Find a [better] job. To learn more, drop by the Corinth facility. Northeast Works!
2016 NEMCC TIGER Workforce Camp Registration is now open!!!
Campers welcome ages 10-16! CLICK HERE to get started.
How can we help you today?
NEMCC administers several programs designed to help you upgrade your skills. Learn More
Looking to develop your workforce? Are you planning to expand operations or locate in Northeast Mississippi? NEMCC Workforce provides the support you need for your team. We can assist with pre-employment screening to help you get the right people in the right job. Call us today at 662-696-2304!
NEMCC Workforce has partnerships with all the right organizations, creating synergy and making solutions possible that may seem impossible. These include all of the economic developers in our five-county district. We also enjoy working with the Mississippi Development Authority.
Browse the Workforce Matrix for a current list of course offerings. Don’t see what you need? Request It
Proudly serving Alcorn, Prentiss, Tippah, Tishomingo, and Union counties…
Northeast Mississippi Community College Division of Workforce Training and Economic Development offers customized non-credit programs specifically designed to meet the changing technical requirements for today’s jobs. The department has a long-standing history of working with major industry partners. Through programs with business, government and community employers, local industry is able to receive the training needed to stay competitive in today’s business world. Meanwhile the under- and unemployed can prepare for good paying positions through accelerated courses designed for and with employers. Annually, we serve close to 100 Northeast Mississippi businesses and community organizations, help numerous workers achieve their goals and handle up to 10,000 enrollments in all NEMCC Workforce Development programs. To facilitate easy enrollment, NEMCC Workforce provides customized recruitment, assessment, training and registration services for groups of employees at their worksites or at one of our campus sights in Booneville, Corinth and New Albany. More than 50 targeted skills workforce courses are offered through NEMCC Workforce to Northeast Mississippi citizens. If you are considering a career change, need skills to stay current in your field, or want to enhance employee productivity, NEMCC Works!
See what people have been saying about us…
“The training provided for our facility through the Division of Workforce Training and Economic Development at Northeast Mississippi Community College has been very valuable to our business. Their staff tailors training solutions to meet our specific needs. They are able to provide complete training programs or just facilities, expert resources, or even financial support, depending on our needs at that time. By leveraging Mississippi’s excellent community college system, we have access to a wealth of knowledge and resources that certainly would not be available otherwise. The structure of this program is something we feel is truly unique and very effective in providing the support to help us succeed.”
— Mark Stratton – Facility Manager Caterpillar Reman Services – Prentiss Facility
“NEMCC job training was the pivotal incentive in competing against other states for Tiffin Motorhomes, Skyline Steel, Roll Form Group, and New River Homes, companies that represent almost 600 committed new jobs and over $70 million in capital investment in Mississippi. In addition, virtually all expanded industries depend on NEMCC job training programs to keep workers competitive in the global economy. The community college job training program is well known nationally, and the state is more competitive not only because of the quality of the job training program, but also because of availability over the long term.”
— Gary Matthews – Director Tishomingo County Development Foundation