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JCJC offers non-credit summer classes

ELLISVILLE, MS (WDAM) -

Jones County Junior College's Center in Leakesville will be offering non-credit day and night classes this summer. Class dates and times depend upon student demand, but the following are three classes currently scheduled for the summer.

1)      Computer Literacy Basics 4E Using Windows 7 and Microsoft 2010: Offered Monday and Tuesday nights beginning June 9, lasting through July 22. The cost is $100.

2)      Pipefitting: Offered Monday, July 7 through December 18, for $488. For more information contact Skip Holland on his cell phone at 601-530-2061 or call the Greene County Learning Center at 601-394-4421 or 601-394-4423, or email skip.holland@jcjc.edu, menyone.barrow@jcjc.edu or clint.james@jcjc.edu.

3)      Welding: Offered Monday, July 7 through December 18, for $350.      

For more information call the Center at 601-394-4421 or 601-394-4423, or email menyone.barrow@jcjc.edu or clint.james@jcjc.edu

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