MCC now has a corporate partnership with the Kansas City Zoo! All MCC employees will receive $5 off when they purchase a Friends of the Zoo membership (FOTZ). Perks of becoming a Friend of the Zoo include: FREE admission until March 31, 2016 10% OFF at Restaurants and Concessions FREE or reduced admission at over 150 other […]
Through a generous donation from Grainger, MCC-BT is able to raffle a huge red toolbox at the end of every semester to one lucky student earning a degree or certificate. Alex Brettman is the winner of our Fall 2014 Grainger Toolbox Giveaway. “This toolbox is HUGE,” said Alex after getting a closeup look at his […]
Faculty and staff at MCC-Penn Valley were honored for going above and beyond the call of duty at the annual Scholar’s Celebration. Honorees included:
This summer, the Missouri College Advising Corps (MCAC) will be opening the College Connections Center (C3) at the MCC-Penn Valley campus. C3 is a no-cost service for Kansas City metro area students transitioning from high school to college. When most high school students graduate, they have every intention of attending college. But something happens between […]
If you or your department have ever been interested in applying for grant funding, we have great news for you. The Resource Development department has created the MCC Grants Library. The Grants Library will be your go-to source for historical information on MCC grant-funded projects. This information could help you identify funding sources for your […]
Nine MCC medical interpreter courses have been recognized by the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID), a national organization that promotes excellence in sign language services. The courses approved by RID include: Advanced Interpreting Technique Advanced Medical Interpreting Skills Women’s Health, Labor and Delivery Pediatrics Mental Health Cultural Competency for Interpreters Understanding Medical Interpreter […]
Stop by the Campus Center today, March 24, to learn more about becoming a bone marrow donor. Delete Blood Cancer is on campus to help prospective donors learn more and sign up in case you’re ever selected as a match.