Tag «serving communities»

Thank you MCC!

      MCC Colleagues, This November, MCC partnered with Harvesters to collect donations for families in need this holiday season. MCC employees collected 439 lbs worth of donations, which will provide 366 meals to the community. Employees also donated toiletries and those will be sorted and sent out to families in need.   Thank you …

Subscribe to Text Alerts for Weather Closings

With snow in the forecast, we just want to remind you that you can sign up for MCC Notify Me, the college’s emergency text-messaging service that helps keep students and employees informed about campus emergencies and other time-sensitive matters such as inclement weather closings. If you are not currently subscribed to MCC Notify Me but would like …

Metropolitan Community College Employees Receive Senior Service Award

  Four Metropolitan Community College employees were recognized on the state level for their years of service. The awards were presented during MCCA’s fiftieth annual convention.  The Missouri Community College Association is a statewide organization through which Missouri’s community colleges work together.   MCC-BLUE RIVER’S HARDEN RECEIVES SENIOR SERVICE AWARD Shari Harden received the Missouri …

MCC Welcomes New Employees

  MCC welcomes new employees who will be serving students across the greater Kansas City Region. Thanks for joining the team and we are glad you have chosen to work at MCC.   Andrea Henderson – Student Services Specialist – MCC -Longview Stephanie Schoening – Counselor – MCC – Business and Technology Abbey Williams – …

Gov. Jay Nixon recognizes outstanding leaders including the Institute for Workforce Innovation

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon recognized Missouri businesses, organizations and economic development leaders. One of the businesses he recognized worked with the Institute for Workforce Innovation to develop a customized ‘Church & Dwight’ 2-year Associate of Applied Science:- Business Management degree for production employees at its Harrisonville facility.  Read more about the honors below in a news …

Biden announces national apprenticeship consortium; MCC already has model program in place

When Vice President Joe Biden announced this month that the U.S. Department of Labor has established the Registered Apprenticeship-College Consortium (RACC), Metropolitan Community College enthusiastically embraced the creation of a national structure for a program MCC has already been offering for 15 years. In his announcement during the American Association of Community Colleges’ annual convention …