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Inmates that will be transitioning out of the Houston County jail have received a two-week training designed to prepare them for entry-level positions as operators and maintenance technicians in the manufacturing industry.
Nashville State has announced that Davidson County residents may be eligible to apply for Nashville GRAD, a program that provides free, targeted financial assistance beyond tuition and academic supports to students.
Nashville State has earned the distinction as a Veterans Education Transition Support (VETS) Certified Campus from the Tennessee Higher Education Commission.
Nashville State Community College Expands Industrial Process Control Technology Program to Clarksville campus.
Leaders from Nashville State and TCAT Dickson-Clarksville signed an articulation agreement allowing eligible TCAT students in digital graphic design to transfer credits towards an Associate degree in visual communications at Nashville State.
With more tech companies flocking to the Nashville area and employers in every industry needing to fill job positions with skilled IT professionals, Nashville State has stepped in to be a key workforce solutions partner.
Assistant Professor of Psychology Richard Garvin, Jr. from Nashville State Community College is among the 21 faculty and staff members from colleges and universities across Tennessee selected to participate in the 2021-22 Class of the Maxine Smith...
Governor Bill Lee delivered the commencement address for the class of 2021 graduates of Nashville State.
Nashville State, TriStar Health, HCA Healthcare Foundation, and Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) have teamed up to create a new accelerated career pipeline to the high-demand healthcare industry.
Nashville State is returning to a more traditional class schedule for the Fall 2021 semester while continuing to provide online, virtual, and hybrid options.