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Panola College hosted its annual ‘Women in Energy’ event on Wednesday, April 27, bringing to campus junior and senior female students from Beckville, Center, Gary, Shelbyville, and Timpson ISDs. The event was an opportunity for students to learn about the energy industry and the possible career paths available to them.
President Greg Powell encouraged Panola College graduates to do several things to help them succeed in their next endeavors: find out what it …
Panola College is eyeing the addition of a new building on its Carthage campus to house some of its technology-related programs.
The Panola College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa held its spring induction ceremony on April 7 in the Frances B. Ross Ballroom of the Charles C. Matthews Foundation Student Center.
Panola College students have access to a new perk this school year — free telehealth services through DialCare.
Panola College received an additional $300,000 in Texas Reskilling Grants from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to provide support in the form of financial aid to eligible Texas students who plan to enroll in a qualifying degree or certificate program this summer or fall.
The M.P. Baker Library of Panola College is hosting art exhibit “Sacred Trinity” by artist Jodi Waggoner from March 23 to April 29 in the Fay Allison Gallery.
Panola College School of Energy students will begin learning on new portable electrical trainers the program purchased from a $20,000 donation received from The Crain Foundation and R. Lacy Services. Students will use the new portable electrical trainers for basic and advanced electrical courses in programs such as electrical and instrumentation, residential commercial electrician, natural gas compression, petroleum technology, maintenance technician, and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning.