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    Carrie Huckeby

    Carrie Huckeby: A Passion For Learning

    • February 3rd, 2022

    I wanted to be better prepared should an opportunity arise. Like so many others, a tight schedule and life's demands were not making it an easy decision. When Motlow announced the ACE program, I realized I could manage two nights per week.

    Motlow State Establishes Bucks Closet

    Motlow State Establishes Bucks Closet

    • January 26th, 2022

    Motlow State Community College recently established Bucks Closet, a donation-based and student-designed and operated free career apparel store for Motlow students.

    Motlow State Establishes Esports Team

    Motlow State Establishes Esports Team

    • January 26th, 2022

    Motlow has established its first esports team, a division of the College's SkillsUSA Chapter. Any current, former, or future Motlow student can participate on the team.

    Motlow Mechatronics Receives Reaccreditation

    Motlow Mechatronics Receives Reaccreditation

    • January 20th, 2022

    The Mechatronics program at Motlow State Community College recently achieved reaccreditation by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE). Motlow has proudly been accredited by the ATMAE since 2015.

    Harris and McCord named Deans at Motlow State

    Harris and McCord named Deans at Motlow State

    • January 20th, 2022

    Motlow announced Dr. Pamela Harris has been named as the dean of the College's Moore County Campus and Walter McCord has been named as the dean of Career and Technical Programs.

    Motlow is Closing the Gender Gap in Mechatronics

    Motlow is Closing the Gender Gap in Mechatronics

    • January 10th, 2022

    As part of its student success and workforce development mission, Motlow State Community College actively works to recruit females and minorities into high-wage, high-demand career fields like mechatronics.

    Motlow Faculty Selected as Inaugural HIP Ambassadors

    Motlow Faculty Selected as Inaugural HIP Ambassadors

    • January 6th, 2022

    Four faculty members from Motlow State Community College were selected to be part of the inaugural HIP (High Impact Practices) Ambassador cohort and will attend the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) 2022 HIP Conference in January.

    Motlow Students Collect Items for Tornado Relief Efforts

    Motlow Students Collect Items for Tornado Relief Efforts

    • December 17th, 2021

    After multiple tornados rocked Tennessee earlier this month, Decherd residents Bella Hartwig, 2022 USA National Miss Tennessee Teen, with friend and classmate Leah Smith, both dual enrollment students at Motlow State Community College, jumped in to collect much-needed items for victims.


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