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Mississippi Silicon:  

New job training class starts June 5, 2017 at the NEMCC Campus, Building 1000, Tri-State Commerce Park, Iuka.  Classes will run from 8 am to 3 pm Monday through Thursday for four weeks.  

If you are unemployed or want to seek a better paying job, register as soon as possible.

The class is free and gas cards are available to qualified participants.

Graduates are guaranteed an interview with Mississippi Silicon.

For more information or to register for the new j ob training program, call 662-696-2352 or email goodskills@nemcc.edu. 

 

Useful Links:

Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Information

Tishomingo County Development Foundation

Tishomingo County 2015 Annual Report

Tishomingo County Tourism and Recreation

 

Yellow Creek Port Authority

43 County Road 370

Iuka, Mississippi 38852 USA

Telephone: 662-423-6088 Fax: 662-423-2720

 

 

Gary Matthews, Executive Director

Tishomingo County Development Foundation

1001 Battleground Drive

Iuka, Mississippi 38852 USA

Toll free: 800-386-4373 Fax: 662-423-1017

 

Tishomingo County information and contact:

e-mail: gary@tishomingo.org

visit: http://www.tishomingo.org/

 

Industrial Super Site, Burnsville, Mississippi, USA

Federal HUBZone Barge Dock

US Highway 72

Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway

Norfolk-Southern Railroad

Approximately 60 miles to Tupelo Regional Airport and 100 miles to Memphis International Airport

 

BURNSVILLE

1,200 acres with 907 acres in ownership and another 300+ acres. available.  Four-lane highway connections to I-65, I-55, I-22, and US 45.  Third highest rated school system in the state--student ACT scores above the national average.  Most secondary students in technology preparation programs.

 

The labor force region has a population of 297,500 and a labor force of approximately 143,000.   A 2007 labor survey by Pathfinders of Dallas revealed an available labor pool of 20,100. Workers rated above the national average

in productivity, reliability, attitude, teamwork skills, reading and writing competency, and at the national average in calculations competency.

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