Monthly archives: February, 2013

Success=Utilization, The MCC Wellness Center

MCC continues to build on a multi-year wellness initiative designed to assist employees and their dependents to make healthy choices, as well as lower medical expenses. It’s no secret that healthy employees are at work more often, which leads to increased productivity and less money being spent on the health plan. Utilizing the MCC Wellness …

Career opportunities

CO# 13-031 PV Program Coordinator * posted 02/25/2013 * will be removed from the website at 11:59 pm Sunday, 03/10/2013for the initial screening. * For more information or to apply: http://jobs.mcckc.edu/postings/3033   CO# 13-032 BR Testing Center Coordinator * posted 02/25/2013 * will be removed from the website at 11:59 pm Sunday, 03/10/2013for the initial screening. …

MCC-Longview Debate Team Continues Winning Streak

The MCC-Longview Debate Team just won’t stop winning. John Mikolajcik and his team brought home the Community College State Championship after competition at the Missouri Association of Forensics Activities state tournament at Southwest Baptist University on February 16. They also placed third in overall Debate Sweepstakes. Not only is the team a success, the individual members …

Marcia Still nominated for Northland Chamber Excellence in Education Award

Marcia Still, one of the financial aid mavens at MCC-Maple Woods, has been nominated for the Northland Chamber Excellence in Education Award. Marcia, along with other nominees from Northland educational institutions, will be honored at the Annual Excellence in Education Banquet on April 23.    The annual banquet celebrates Northland education and honors teachers, administrative staff, …

Adjunct history instructor to present at Westport Library

Courtney Culp, an MCC-Maple Woods graduate and adjunct history instructor, will be presenting at the Westport Library at 2 p.m. March 9 as part of the Westport Speaker series of lectures. At the event, sponsored by the Westport historical Society, Culp will present “The Madame’s Arrival – Annie Chambers Comes to Kansas City.”

Last Negro Leagues umpire speaks at MCC-Maple Woods

It turns out that there are many things you can do after shooting your big toe off in the beach trenches of World War II, and becoming a pioneering umpire in the Negro Baseball Leagues is one of them. After being discharged from the military, Byron Motley spent his life loving baseball and proudly filling …

Reminder: how to register or re-register to receive text alerts

In light of the severe winter weather expected this week, here is a reminder about how to sign up to receive text alerts about campus closings and other emergencies. (NOTE: Text alert subscriptions are good for six months, so if you enrolled more than six months ago, follow the simple directions below to re-enroll.) MCC …