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Nashville State Community College Selected as an Education Partner for Amazon’s Career Choice Program
Amazon’s Career Choice program provides pre-paid tuition to learn new skills for career success at Amazon or elsewhere Nashville State Community College has been selected as an education partner for Amazon’s Career Choice program. This allows...
“I have always had a love for music from a young age and violin just happened to be the first instrument I tried at MNPS’s Meigs Academic Magnet Middle School.”
Nashville State Clarksville Campus to Celebrate 10th Anniversary During Day-Long Community Festivity September 29
Nashville State Community College Clarksville campus on Wilma Rudolph Blvd is holding a day-long celebration on September 29, in honor of its 10th anniversary.
Nashville State unveiled its mascot during a series of on-campus events welcoming Finn’s Return to the Nest.
Eligible employees of Middle Tennessee area Moe's – a locally owned and operated burrito joint – now have a $1,000 per year scholarship opportunity to assist with funding tuition, textbooks, supplies, or fees correlated to their associate degree...
Bass, Berry & Sims, and GSRM Law Partner with Nashville State Community College Foundation to provide pro bono legal clinics for students.
Students pursuing a degree or technical certificate at Nashville State Community College who were formerly incarcerated have access to bridge scholarships and microgrants that will pay costs directly associated with attending college such as textbooks,...
Collaborative Launched to Expand Law Enforcement Career Exploration and Education Pathways for Students
The Tennessee Board of Regents, Mayor John Cooper, Metropolitan Nashville Police Department, Metro Nashville Public Schools, and Nashville State Community College today announced a partnership to increase student interest in law enforcement careers...
To quickly get up to speed and to boost his confidence, he took some remedial and ESOL courses at Nashville State, before deciding on the Surgical Technology program, which he “saw as a gateway to the healthcare profession.”
Nashville State Community College welcomes Jonathan Beaty as director and Elizabeth Jerrolds as coordinator.