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JCJC displays renovation to its J.B. Young Center for Business and Technology

ELLISVILLE, MS (WDAM) -Jones County Junior College displayed its renovation to its J.B. Young Center for Business and Technology.

On Monday, JCJC held a ribbon cutting and open house to this newly renovated facility.  The building is 88,000 square foot with 21st century standards lab space upgrades.  It has 38 classrooms, 29 offices, and a conference center with a new climate control system.

President Jessie Smith says technology is the way of our world today.

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