CCC’s Hall Keynotes Awards Ceremony

Coahoma’s very own Renee’ L. Hall, coordinator of counseling services – Division of Enrollment & Student Services, was the keynote speaker at the Quitman County Career and Technical Center Awards Ceremony on May 17th in Marks, MS.

The purpose of the awards ceremony was to recognize and celebrate the achievements of students who were Mississippi Career Planning and Assessment System (MSCPAS) Proficiency Scorers & Passing Scorers.

CCC’s Hall Keynotes Awards Ceremony

Press Release from Coahoma Community College Public Relations; (662) 621-4061 - Marriel Hardy 

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Wed Jun 6, 2018

Coahoma’s very own Renee’ L. Hall, coordinator of counseling services – Division of Enrollment & Student Services, was the keynote speaker at the Quitman County Career and Technical Center Awards Ceremony on May 17th in Marks, MS.

The purpose of the awards ceremony was to recognize and celebrate the achievements of students who were Mississippi Career Planning and Assessment System (MSCPAS) Proficiency Scorers & Passing Scorers.

MSCPAS is a test given to secondary and post-secondary career technical education (CTE) students, and the results are used to measure technical skill attainment. Other awards included: highest average by program, most improved by program, citizenship by program, agriculture & natural resources, business fundamentals, law & public safety, metal fabrication and 2018 completers.

Hall’s speech was centered on the topic, “The 3 C’s”: making the CHOICE, to take the CHANCE, if you want anything in your life to CHANGE.

“It was an honor to have been invited as the keynote speaker,” said Hall. “Starting out at CCC in 1999 as the Career & Technical Counselor I felt right at home knowing oh so well about MSCPAS, and it’s various programs.”

Hall concluded her speech with the song: “Just Believe In Yourself” receiving a standing ovation.

“I just wanted to provide motivation, insight, and boost to the students. To encourage them to keep pushing onward and upward,” Hall added.