For the past few semesters, the MCC-Maple Woods bookstore has participated in a drawing for a student to win a complete refund of his or her course books. This year, more than 100 students entered the drawing held during Welcome Week. Congratulations to Marissa Moore, who was refunded nearly $500!
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It really means a lot to MCC staff and faculty when a student goes out of their way to say thank you—but Susan Kurtenbach, MCC-Penn Valley student, really touched our hearts by having a tree planted in honor of MCC’s Health Science Institute. Susan, 53, enrolled at MCC last year through the MoHealthWINs program, which […]
The Maple Woods women’s soccer team recently hosted a soccer showdown – against a few of their own. After six years and more than 50 students spending time in a Monarchs uniform, old and new players reunited on the field Aug. 24, 2013 at Happy Rock Park. “It’s great to see how far this program […]
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What a way to start the new school year! Two of Penn Valley’s own students were honored during the 2013 Black Achievers Scholarship Luncheon. Paula Odu attended Lincoln College Preparatory Academy and held a 4.27 GPA. In May 2013, Paula graduated with the first cohort of the MCC-Penn Valley Early College Academy program, which allows high […]
From a field of more the 6,000 competitors in over 100 different skills-based contests, Excelsior Springs native Jared Raffel walked away with a gold medal in sustainability solutions, a competition focused on environmentally-sound processes for today’s industry. Jared graduated with honors this spring from Excelsior Springs High School, and was also one of Missouri’s district […]
As teams gear up for the fall season, MCC-Maple Woods has chosen Krista Cummings as the next Head Softball Coach. Krista brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience both as a coach and as a student-athlete at the community college level. Coach Cummings has been the Assistant Coach at Maple Woods the past […]
The Kansas City Chapter of the National Association of Black Journalist has hosted their fifth annual Urban Student Journalism Workshop at MCC-Penn Valley for the past five years. Students who attend the two-week workshop network with industry professionals and build lasting relationships with individuals who help cultivate their careers in journalism. The students attend Kansas […]
The Alpha Pi Sigma Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at Metropolitan Community College–Blue River received special commendation during the Missouri Regional Convention and the recent Annual Convention for fulfilling all requirements to be named a “Five Star Chapter.” The Five Star Chapter Development Plan is a blueprint for developing a strong chapter, improving […]
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