The MCC Works Family Campaign is hosting a $1 pizza lunch across the district this week. Employees can come and enjoy a slice of Pizza Hut pizza for $1 per slice and turn in commitment forms, ask questions about the campaign, or meet your Family Committee representative. The schedule for the remaining $1 Pizza Lunches:(…)
CO# 14-039 MW Testing Specialist * posted 4/14/2014 * will be removed from the website at 11:59 pm Sunday, 04/27/2014 for the initial screening. * For more information or to apply: http://jobs.mcckc.edu/postings/5164
The April Board of Trustees meeting will be held Thursday, April 17 at 6:30 p.m. at MCC-Business & Technology in Campus Center room 248/249. Note: The May Board meeting date was changed to Thursday May 8, 2014. It will be held at the Administrative Center at the normal time of 6:30 p.m.
Employees are invited to to see the MCC-Penn Valley Jazz Ensemble perform on April 18 at 5 p.m. at the Gem Theater. Students in the ensemle will then participate in a clinic with saxophonist and educator Nathan Davis on April 19 at 3:30 p.m. in the Blue Room. The students’ final performance will be at 8(…)
The MCC Works Family Campaign is beginning the second week of campus activities for employees to turn in commitment forms, ask questions about the campaign, or meet MCC Foundation Director Kent Huyser. Maple Woods held their dessert reception today, and the remaining events this week are as follows: Wednesday BT 3-4pm CC124 Wednesday LV (…)
Penn Valley’s best and brightest students were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa honor society Saturday. The program kicked of with opening comments by Yvette Sweeney, dean of students. Penn Valley President Joe Seabrooks offered words of encouragement to the scholars. The keynote address was delivered by Crystal Braden-Nevins, vice president of communications for Phi Theta(…)
The Francis Institute and the University of Missouri Extension – Jackson County 4-H After school hosted the 7th Annual Power Up Institute on Saturday. The daylong training institute is geared toward youth and after school professionals. The event featured fun, interactive programming ideas that match educational standards.
More than 700 attendees across the Greater Kansas City area participated in the KC Urban Summit Saturday at Penn Valley. The event was founded by Jackson County Legislator James Tindall. Workshops and plenary sessions addressed such topics as housing, economic development, youth services, health and education. Kansas City, Missouri Mayor Sly James delivered opening remarks(…)
First Friday at the Carter Art Center Gallery at Penn Valley was bustling with activity as students from across MCC exhibited artwork they’ve created throughout the school year. To check out the highlights, click the link MCC Student Art Showcase & Sale The last day to check out this amazing exhibit of the best of(…)
On Friday, Preschoolers from Plaza de Niños will lead Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley, the Francis Institute for Child & Youth Development and Guadalupe Centers, Inc. to plant pinwheels in commemoration of Child Abuse Prevention Month. The children will plant pinwheels outside the Francis Institute as a reminder of the simplicity and innocence of childhood. The(…)