Educators from around the region will have an opportunity to participate in a Project WILD science workshop May 28 on the Blue Mountain College campus.
Project WILD is a wildlife-focused conservation education program designed for K-12 school teachers, Scout leaders, camp leaders and other youth leaders. The workshop is cosponsored by the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science.
The workshop will be held on the BMC campus, utilizing the more than 100 undeveloped acres adjacent to the college.
The cost of the six-hour workshop is $15, and participants can earn .06 continuing education units from BMC for an additional $10. For complete information, contact Dr. Johnny Mattox at (662) 685-4771 ext. 164 or at email@example.com.
n Northeast Mississippi Community College’s Counseling Center will administer the Work-Keys Teachers Assistance Test on May 11 at 8 a.m. in the Waller Hall Lecture room on the Booneville campus.
Cost for the three-part exam (Reading, Mathematics, Writing) is $30 per participant and is due at the time of the exam. Participants should come prepared with a pencil, scratch paper and calculator.
For more information or to register, call the NEMCC Counseling Center at (800) 555-2154, ext. 7313 or locally at (662) 720-7323.