Seven MGCCC students are serving on the QEP Implementation Committee, a record for the institution. Students have been involved in the QEP process since the beginning and have been an important resource as the topic was selected, developed and implemented.
The students are Morgan Rich, Public Relations and Marketing, Jackson County Campus; Bryce Alexander, Precision Manufacturing and Machining, Jackson County Campus; Lindsey Mergenschroer, Cosmetology, George County Center; Kyle Nelson, Welding Technology, George County Center; Gracyn Worsham, Instrumentation and Controls Technology, Jackson County Campus; Jacob Ryan, Welding Technology, Perkinston Campus; and Hugh Brennan, Commercial Residential Construction Technology, Perkinston Campus. Students are serving on the Marketing and Resource subcommittees.
Students volunteered to serve on the QEP Implementation Committee and were selected based on a variety of factors, including campus location and degree program. Several of these students are in career programs, which are the programs directly affected by the QEP this year. During the implementation process, these students will provide vital feedback that will help steer the implementation process.
We are very proud of our students for volunteering their time and effort to helping make our QEP a success!