JCJC's work-based learning program helps students finds jobs
“When Mr. Tom Duncan with Rutland Timber Company saw what caliber students we had, he wanted to hire both of them”
Jones County Junior College students have an advantage with the college's work-based learning program, which helps them find internships while in school or full-time positions upon graduation with companies ... via Laurel Leader-Call
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#1 Jun 27, 2007
Why doesn't anyone care about the abuse, neglect and torture of those
children at the Columbia Mississippi Training School? Don't we know that
those children are going to grow up and be apart of our society? I don't
know about you guys but I would like to get those children the care and help that they need now rather than later. If those children don't get the care to deal with the abuse, neglect and torture that they endured
now, I don't think we are going to be ready to deal with it later. When
the children start to express the aggression and anger that will be shown
to many unsuspecting Innocent people that don't know what is going on, "Mississippi is going to have hell on their hands", and then the State of Mississippi is going to be trying to give these children the death
penalty which is lethal injection.
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