Adjunct Recruitment Fair draws great numbers

Metropolitan Community College hopes to make some great additions to its faculty roster following a very successful employment fair. The Adjunct Recruitment Fair on Saturday, April 21 drew robust numbers. MCC had 192 perspective adjuncts attend the fair. From April 1-23, the College received 518 applications for adjunct positions. MCC’s new Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief …

Volunteer for MCC-Longview’s Flights of Fancy

Saturday, April 21 is MCC-Longview’s 12th annual Flights of Fancy Mega Kite Festival. Be a part of the fun as a volunteer!  With more than 35,000 people expected on campus for this event, volunteers are important to making it a wonderful experience for our guests. There are several shifts available with different needs during each. …

Free MCCA webinar on inclusive excellence sponsored by MCC

Toward Inclusive Excellence: free webinar presented by the Missouri Community College Association (MCCA) Date: Wednesday, April 18 Time: 2–3 p.m. Speaker: Kevin McDonald, J.D., Ed.D., Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer, University of Missouri System, Vice Chancellor for Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity, University of Missouri Approaching diversity work with an open mind, proven research and a plan of execution can achieve undeniable …

New construction, pre-professional health programs to launch this fall

The Metropolitan Community College Board of Trustees approved two new academic programs at its March 29 meeting: certificates and a degree in building maintenance and construction, and a degree in pre-professional studies, health emphasis. Both programs launch in Fall 2018. Building maintenance and construction Students can earn two certificates and an associate in applied science …

MCC-Maple Woods helps students get financially fit!

The Metropolitan Community College-Maple Woods Disability Support Services (DSS) and Financial Aid offices jointly sponsored a financial literacy event, “Take Control of Your Financial Well-Being,” on March 6 and would like to share highlights. Students met to play simulated games designed to create a workable budget/savings plan. Participants were connected with online resources to help …

Jobs at MCC

New job postings for Metropolitan Community College are listed below. You may always check out MCC’s latest job postings at jobs.mcckc.edu. You can search full-time faculty positions, full-time non-faculty positions, part-time positions and student employment.  Also look for job updates on our social media connection on Facebook – link here to Jobs at MCC.  Explore opportunities to become …

Chancellor’s Champions of Inclusion Luncheon: Nomination Information

Metropolitan Community College’s Chancellor’s Champion of Inclusion Luncheon honors and recognizes the significant work of MCC faculty, staff, students,  departments, units, and registered organizations that help foster and enhance a more inclusive, diverse and culturally competent community. You are encouraged to nominate those you feel are deserving of this award. Awardees will be celebrated at this year’s …

MCC welcomes new employees, March 2018

Metropolitan Community College would like to welcome the most recent additions to the MCC family. Some tidbits about these new employees: Kaya Pickens, MCC-Maple Woods disability support services coordinator “I am excited to expand awareness about challenges and limitations so that I am able to advocate for accessibility and inclusion for individuals with disabilities. Fun …

MCC English faculty have book projects in the works

News from the publishing world (and the MCC campuses): MCC-Longview English instructor Zoe Albright is co-author of the textbook “College Writing Skills” (10th edition), to be published in 2019 by McGraw-Hill. This is the second book she has co-authored with John Langan. She’s also finishing up the manuscript of “Exploring Writing Paragraphs to Essays” (fourth …