Skilled to Work - Collision Repair Technology at NEMCC

Sept. 2, 2019

Posted: Sep 3, 2019 1:11 PM
Updated: Sep 3, 2019 1:11 PM

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vehicles to be repaired .. well for this weeks skilled to work wtva's daranesha herron visited northeast mississippi community college to see how their collision repair course gets their students ready to fix your ride. ." "if you learn collision repair not only do you have to stay in this field. everything in this world gets painted, motorcycles, heavy-duty equipment. " - randy mitchell, northeast cc collision repair technology instructor career opportunities are endless after earning your degree or certificate in collision repair technology. "nat pop" instructor, randy mitchell has been teaching the two-year coarse at northeast mississippi community college for over 10 years. he says the class includes all phases necessary to teach collision repair... "nat pop" (welding noise) welding "nat pop" and cosmetic repairs are just some of the challenging task students like lauren watson overcome. watson, the only woman in her class . says her passion for auto repair is guiding her through her first semester. " i grew up being able to bring cars back to life, being able to work on cars and bring them back to their old days excite me." lauren watson, first semester bringing cars to life is exactly what they do at nemcc.... like building this two-headed car. "what's crazy about this two-headed car is that both of these guys have to drive at the exact same time." "nat pop of them driving off" the class is monday through thursday from 7:30 until 10:50 austin clark a second year student says making is 30 minute drive from ripley everyday is worth it. " i love it. we have a great instructor. great classmates. the class is monday through thursday from 7:30 until 10:50 austin clark a second year student says making is 30 minute drive from ripley everyday is worth it. " i love it. we have a great instructor. great classmates. it's really all around a good class." clark already has plans after next year's graduation. " going straight to work and making some money. " reporting in booneville daranesha herron wtva 9 news instructor randy mitchell says almost 100 percent of his students get a job in the collision repair field after graduating the class. to sign up you can go online to the northeast mississippi community college
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