Category «Community»

MCC grad now Disney hometown police chief

There’s a new chief of police in Marceline, Mo., where MCC-Blue River Police Academy graduate Chris Arnold has taken the top post in the police department. Among his many duties, Chief Arnold will be charged with protecting “Main Street, USA,” the historical street that Walt Disney remembered from his boyhood in Marceline, Mo. and later …

Jill Biden, Jane Oates visit KC to discuss workforce advancement

Second Lady of the United States and community college teacher, Dr. Jill Biden, and Assistant Labor Secretary Jane Oates visited MCC today to host a roundtable discussion about targeted workforce development. The visit was part of Dr. Biden’s “Community College to Career” tour, which focuses on community colleges’ role in developing a flexible, highly-skilled 21st …

Join MCC-Longview’s Community Choir

Join MCC-Longview’s Community Choir! This will be a great opportunity to perform, meet new people and share a love of music! For more information, contact Kelling Collings at 816-260-3971 or Diana Grahn at 816-604-2529.

Career opportunities

CO# 12-056 AC Human Resources Technician posted 04/27/2012 will be removed from the website at 11:59 pm Sunday, 05/13/2012 for the initial screening For more information or to apply: www.mcckcjobs.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=51565 CO# 12-057 LV Student Financial Aid Assistant posted 04/27/2012 will be removed from the website at 11:59 pm Sunday, 05/13/2012for the initial screening. For more information …

Tobacco-Free MCC reminder

All MCC properties and grounds are tobacco-free. This means smoking and all other tobacco use has been prohibited inside and outside all college buildings and grounds. This includes all common areas, parking lots, building entrances, etc. In other words, if you are anywhere on an MCC property, you may not use tobacco products. For more information, …

MCC-Maple Woods’ Cory Embree named NJCAA Player of the Week

MCC-Maple Woods centerfielder Corey Embree has been named one of the National Junior College Athletics Association’s (NJCAA) Players of the Week for April 25, 2012. A graduate of Moberly High School in north central Missouri, the freshman slugger has been a batting powerhouse recently, compiling three doubles, five home runs and 18 RBIs with a …

MCC student to perform with City in Motion this weekend

Ann Shaughnessy, an MCC-Penn Valley student in the occupational therapy assistant program, will be performing a solo dance that she choreographed in the upcoming City in Motion Dance Theater presentation “Sacred Geometrix.” The City in Motion Professional Company will make their second annual appearance on the City Stage Theater at Union Station in 3 performances …

MCC in the news: Dual credit students make KC Star front page

The Kansas City Star’s Mara Williams reported that more high school students than ever are trying to get a jump on getting college credits, and MCC offers programs by which students can even emerge from high school with an associate’s degree already in hand. Find out more about the Trailblazer Collegiate Academy at MCC-Blue River …