Greater Jackson Alliance
D’lo
Jackson Convention Center
111 Capitol Building
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Greater Jackson Industrial Center
Plants
Clinton Business Park
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Office Park
Junior Achievement
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5630 I-55 Building
Echelon Business Park
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Education


Greater Jackson's public education system is composed of eleven (11) school districts, three (3) community colleges, and seven (8) colleges/universities. Numerous private schools are also located throughout the Greater Jackson area and cover pre-kindergarten through college.  Together, these schools offer a variety of comprehensive curriculums that prepare students to work in any vocation and be productive members of society.


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Post-secondary


Education Links:
Mississippi Department of Education
Mississippi Institutes of Higher Learning
Mississippi State Board for Community & Junior Colleges

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October 12, 2016
PREMIUM WATERS LOCATING IN HINDS COUNTY, CREATING 42 JOBS

Jackson, Mississippi — September 15, 2016 — Private-label water bottling company Premium Waters, Inc., is locating operations in Hinds County, Mississippi, investing $25 million and creating 42 jobs.
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March 31, 2016
Billy’s Original Foods Creates 25 New Jobs in Vicksburg, MS

Officials from Billy’s Original Foods announce the company is creating at least 25 jobs and investing $511,000 in food production operations in Vicksburg, Mississippi. Billy’s Original Foods is a manufacturer of artisan, ready-to-eat frozen Italian meals and deli products.
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February 8, 2016
Continental Tire Locating Manufacturing Plant in Hinds County, Mississippi

Governor Phil Bryant and executives from Continental Tire the Americas, LLC, manufacturer of passenger, light truck and commercial vehicle tires, officially announced today the company is locating a commercial vehicle tire manufacturing plant near Clinton, Mississippi, in Hinds County. The project represents a corporate investment of $1.45 billion and will create 2,500 new jobs.
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