2021 All Alabama Academic TeamJoin us as Alabama's top community college students - the 2021 All-Alabama Academic Team - are honored for their achievements.
ACCS Board Meeting April 14, 2021Work Session: 1:07:32
You Don't Have to Go Far to Go Far in LifeIn Alabama, you don’t have to travel across the state to earn a great education. The Alabama Community College System has colleges all across Alabama with traditions of academic excellence. Chances are, there’s one in your community.
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Reid State/LBW students sign on with Liberty Oilfield Services
JEFFERSON STATE, INDUSTRY PARTNERS LAUNCH HEAVY EQUIPMENT PROGRAMApril 1, 2021
MONTGOMERY – Together with more than 20 business and industry partners across Central Alabama, the Alabama Community College System (ACCS) and Jefferson State Community College announce the new industry-designed Heavy Equipment Operator program. The pilot program, which is housed at Jefferson State Community College’s Chilton-Clanton campus, addresses the need for more certified construction and heavy equipment workers for infrastructure projects statewide. The inaugural class of 12 students have completed their program and will graduate today.
Jefferson State’s next Heavy Equipment Operator class will begin on May 25. For more information on this pilot program visit: www.jeffersonstate.edu/heavyequipment.
Full press release: https://www.accs.edu/jefferson-state-industry-partners-launch-heavy-equipment-program-to-address-statewide-construction-need/
Talladega mayor credits Marion Military Institute for Leadership SkillsAt the time of his election, Marion Military Institute graduate, Timothy Ragland, was Alabama's youngest elected mayor and the first African American mayor for the city of Talladega.