NOW IS THE ONLY THING THAT’S REAL: MCC alumna hosts solo art exhibition

NOW IS THE ONLY THING THAT’S REAL: MCC alumna hosts solo art exhibition

“This is something I never thought would come to pass,” said Jennifer Williams, waving to the gallery space around her.  “I’ve worked really hard.  I feel good about it.  I feel great.” Jennifer, an alumna of MCC-Penn Valley, has every reason to feel great.  She has the distinction of being a second-year studio resident with(…)

MCC instructor interviewed on La X – en español

Manuel Solano, MCC performance manager and instructor with the MoWINs program, was interviewed on Monday, March 31, at 6:30 p.m. on the Spanish radio channel La X 1250 AM. Solano discussed programs that have a high demand for Spanish-speaking students including service-related fields, healthcare and advanced manufacturing.  Many jobs students can receive training for are considered(…)

College Connections Center (C3) coming in June

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(…)

Northwest, MCC partner to provide A+ opportunities in St. Joseph

Northwest, MCC partner to provide A+ opportunities in St. Joseph

College-bound students in St. Joseph will soon have the opportunity to use their A+ scholarship money locally. Northwest Missouri State University and MCC today announce a new partnership with the St. Joseph School District to provide space and resources that will assist St. Joseph high school students who are eligible for A+. MCC will utilize(…)

MCC-Business and Technology President announced

MCC-Business and Technology President announced

MCC has named Hasan Naima, Ph.D., as the new president of the MCC-Business and Technology campus in Kansas City. Naima comes to MCC from Rowan-Cabarrus Community College in Salisbury, North Carolina, where he currently serves as dean of engineering and business technologies.  There, he is responsible for more than 100 full- and part-time faculty and staff(…)

Students pitch new ideas to enhance the college experience at MCC-Longview

In ABC’s hit show Shark Tank, the no-nonsense judges don’t mince words, the competition for funding is fierce and both the judges and the competitors stand to benefit when a good investment is identified. In MCC-Longview’s version of Shark Tank, the judges aren’t as harsh and the competition is less cut-throat, but the benefits for(…)

National organization recognizes medical interpreter courses

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(…)

Attention, businesses! Attend a FREE MO Customized Training workshop

The MCC Institute for Workforce Innovation is offering free workshops for companies interested in learning more about Missouri Customized Training Program, a program that can help your company with the cost of training new and existing employees. Workshops will be held: Thursday, March 27, 8:30 – 10 a.m. at the MCC Business & Technology Campus,(…)