New employees get oriented

A VPN is an essential component of IT security, whether you’re just starting a business or are already up and running. Most business interactions and transactions happen online and VPN

New faculty and staff at Pearl River Community College gathered for orientation and to get acquainted on Monday, Aug. 1. They include, first row from left, Nikki Page, occupational therapy instructor at the Forrest County Center; Kristie Windham, FCC medical radiological instructor; biology instructor Krysten Knight, FCC math lab instructor Dr. Amy Duke, math lab instructor Jamie Amacker, Tyia Brooks, assistant director of financial aid compliance; Emily Sheckells, First Year Experience orientation coordinator; second row, FCC adult education instructor Mary Beth Buchanan, English instructor Jacob Havard, associate degree nursing instructor Ryan Andrews, FCC welding instructor Jason Pitts, Ryne Colvin, assistant men’s basketball coach; head baseball coach Michael Avalon, recruiter/advisor Dakota Dale, Lauren Baker, Student Support Services academic success coach; third row, adult education instructor Rebecca Entrekin, Hancock Center adult education instructor Candice Benoit, FCC learning lab math instructor Hollye Knight, English instructor Rosemary Davis, men’s soccer coach Drew Gallant, assistant football coach Zach Lochard, Crystal Penton, career and technical student services coordinator; assistant football coach Ted Egger. Not pictured are assistant football coach Cleo Lemon and instrumentation technology instructor Dale Miller. 
PRCC Public Relations photo