Missouri Governor Jay Nixon recognized Missouri businesses, organizations and economic development leaders during a recent Conference on Economic Development. One of the businesses he recognized worked with our 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. (…)
The men’s and women’s soccer teams are back for another exciting season at MCC-Maple Woods! Check out the videos below for an intro to the upcoming season! Women’s Soccer Preview Men’s Soccer Preview
MCC employees, students and friends are invited to attend MCC Night at the K on Tuesday, Sept. 16. Come cheer on the Royals as they play the Chicago White Sox and show off your MCC Pride. Your $15 purchase includes the following: Early and free use of the Outfield Experience $10 of loaded value to be redeemed(…)
Dr. Bill Worley, a history professor who teaches at MCC – Blue River, was recently a guest on Radio KCUR’s “Up to Date” program with Steve Kraske. Here is the link to more details: http://kcur.org/post/jc-nichols-controversial-community-builder Dr. Worley has been asked to provide his historical knowledge many times before. Coming up, he will speak at 7 p.m. Sept. 4(…)
MCC Faculty will showcase some of their best work at this year’s Faculty Art Show. The exhibit kicks off Friday, September 5 from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Carter Art Center Gallery. For more information, go to http://www.mcckc.edu/pennvalley/art/
The Heart of America Kennel Club has been presenting first-year veterinary technology students with their very own stethoscopes as part of an on=going relationship between the vet tech program and the group. HoAKC president Dick Rees was on hand to present the stethoscopes to the students.
What: LEGO Movie When: Aug. 28 @ 8 p.m. Where: MCC-Maple Woods Amphitheater Why: It’s a FREE movie, that’s why! Bring lawn chairs, blankets and snacks for the whole family. Popcorn provided!
Metropolitan Community College opened the 100th academic year on Monday, August 18th. Kansas City Mayor Sly James spent time touring the Business and Technology campus to meet students and employees to celebrate the major milestone. Mayor James toured the Computer Integrated Machining and Manufacturing (CIMM) lab and the the 3-D Prototype Lab. The Mayor talked(…)
Metropolitan Community College has a proud tradition of providing a high quality, affordable education to students in the Greater Kansas City region and beyond. We were first founded as the Kansas City Polytechnic Institute in 1915 and opened our doors with 200 students. Now 100 years later, we have transformed into the largest higher education(…)
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