JACKSON MADISON COUNTY
AFRICAN AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Orientation will be held Saturday, April 22nd, for ages 16-18, applying for the 2017 Follow Me Into Business® Summer Jobs Program. Interview sessions are scheduled from 10am to noon at the Jackson Madison County Library, 433 E. Lafayette, and from 1pm to 3pm at the Huntspon Business Complex, 357 North Royal. The program is free and students living in Madison County are eligible to participate. Register online and/or download an application and drop off the completed application to Nell Huntspon Flower Box, 351 N. Royal by April 14, 2017.
Training sessions and job readiness workshops will be held on June 7, 14, 21 & 28. Those who successfully complete the program will have a chance to work at a paid summer job during the month of July.
Follow Me Into Business® Orientation for Ages 16-18 - April 22
It's the Jackson Generals vs. the Montgomery Biscuits, 6pm at The Ballpark at Jackson. Visit www.jacksongeneralsbaseball.com or phone 731.988.5299.
JMCAACC's six-week Follow Me Into Business Summer Jobs Program kicks off. For more information, call 731-424-2030. Or visit the Youth page
Dr. Eric Jones has been selected as the new superintendent for the Jackson Madison County School System in 2017-2918. Dr. Verna Ruffin who joined the school system in 2013 opted not to renew her contract earlier this year.
An experienced administrator, Dr. Jones is a native of Chester County who began his teaching career in Jackson Madison County more than 10 years ago.
The Dance Theatre of Harlem will perform two shows at The Orpheum in Memphis -- 8pm Saturday and 2pm Sunday at the end of April.
Dr. Eric Jones to replace Dr. Verna Ruffin as JMCSS Supt.
Small Business Growth and Development
Youth Job Training
Economic and Community Development
Business Plan Review
Join us in January for the Power Breakfast featuring invited local authors James E. Cherry, Daryl Hubbard,