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Nashville State is expanding its commitment to meet the local hospitality industry’s demand for a pipeline of talent.
Nashville State began partnering with the Metropolitan Action Commission Head Start Program of Nashville and Davidson County to provide required training for 25 Head Start staff members to earn the Child Development Associate Certificate.
Nashville State has been certified, received funding and will begin paying out to students the federal emergency financial assistance provided by Congress under the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
Nashville State partners with Asurion on Tennessee's first in-house apprenticeship for software engineers.
The Office of Workforce and Community Development at Nashville State is offering 10 free online courses in professional development. You must enroll before June 30 to take advantage of the free price offering.
Nashville State Foundation Big Payback Gifts to be Designated Towards Helping Hand Fund to Support Students
Nashville State Community College Foundation is announcing that all financial gifts from the Big Payback will be designated to its Helping Hand Fund Campaign to support Nashville State students and their families impacted by the early March tornadoes...
Nashville State has hired Waverly native and resident Kim Zills as associate dean and the director of its Humphreys County campus.
Nashville State Community College has two of the six individual award winners.
Nashville State Community College announced its decision to move 2020 summer course offerings to an online format.
Nashville State Community College announced that beginning Monday, March 23, classes, student services, and college operations will be moving online until further notice.