CCC, AT&T partner to prevent dropouts
Endorsing Coahoma Community College’s Male Initiative program as a corporate sponsor dedicated to keeping male students in college through graduation, AT&T official Michael L. Walker of Jackson (second from left) presents a $15,000 check Monday to CCC Foundation executive director Charles Reid.
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