Reflect MCC’s mission of serving communities in your life – register as a bone marrow donor to help save lives. You will have the opportunity to register at this Saturday’s Flights of Fancy kite festival at MCC-Longview. It only takes about 10 minutes and a quick swab of your mouth. You must be between the […]
In an effort to educate faculty and staff on the signs of rape trauma, Julia Westhoff from MOCSA (Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault) held a workshop on Wednesday detailing ways for campus counselors, instructors and staff can support those who have been sexually assaulted. Alarmingly, 1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men […]
Haven’t got your fill of MCC yet this week? Check out this cool stuff happening Thursday through Sunday! http://blogs.mcckc.edu/newsroom/2013/04/17/got-plans-this-weekend-spend-time-with-mcc/
MCC-Penn Valley’s Carter Art Center kicked off its annual student art exhibit with a scholarship awards reception on Friday, April 12. MCC-Penn Valley’s Carter Art Center kicked off its annual student art exhibit with a scholarship awards reception on Friday, April 12. The reception honored four students with a $300 MCC scholarship and two students […]
The MCC Institute for Workforce Innovation has signed its largest contract to date with ATK, an international aerospace and defense contractor. Last month, IWI and ATK finalized a $1.5 million agreement for training and consulting services. In addition to contracts signed earlier this fiscal year, MCC now has over $1.8 million in contracts with ATK. […]
Check out the MCC Newsroom to see MCC’s 2012 Annual Report and message from Mark James. Or click here to go directly to the flip book.
Ms. Cook discussed how she got started as an entertainment writer, and what it is like to contribute to programming that is viewed by an audience of millions. She also offered advice to students on the various ways to navigate their careers and to follow their passions. Students also had the opportunity to network with Ms. Cook […]
A team from PV (Dawn Brady, Vicki Raine, Millie Nottingham, Carin Rowell, and Jennifer Wood) and Carrie Coogan, Executive Director of Literacy Kansas City, presented at the NADE (National Association of Developmental Education) conference. The conference was held in late February in Denver CO. The topic of the PV presentation was PV’s partnership […]
Millie Nottingham, Penn Valley Reading faculty, was the guest performer at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame’s Spring Concert series, held March 24. The organization’s mission is to inspire creativity and improve the quality of life for all Oklahomans through preservation, education and performance of jazz.
Last night’s Scouts victory, will be mentioned on KCTV 5 at the 6:00 news tonight. Please tune in to cheer on your Scouts. Also, here’s the link to watch the Scouts tomorrow at 6:30 p.m., live from Danville, IL: http://www.ihigh.com/dacc/broadcast_289360.html?silverlight=1 Everyone say LET’S GO SCOUTS!