Category «Creating opportunities»

MCC medical assistant program is helping this student improve her life

Ti’eara Monroe’s job as a home-health certified nursing assistant is challenging work, and her 12-hour shifts — evenings, overnights and weekends — aren’t on a set schedule. Meanwhile, the 22-year-old is also raising a toddler son, Aiden. On top of all that, the 2012 Raytown South High School grad is a full-time Metropolitan Community College …

MCC offers assistance to displaced ITT Tech students

In light of the nationwide discontinuation of classes by ITT Technical Educational Services, Metropolitan Community College is working with students displaced by ITT as they search for options to fulfill their academic goals. ITT announced immediate suspension of its classes Tuesday, Sept. 6. It operated one campus in Kansas City and another in Overland Park. …

Speed interviews at MCC-Business & Technology: Quick path to a career

After five years of seasonal work, Judith Burnam wanted a career that offered more security and stability. A semester in the Computer Integrated Machining and Manufacturing (CIMM) program is the first step toward that goal. Burnam, 63, took another step Tuesday during CIMM speed interviews with several companies at the MCC-Business & Technology campus. Those …

MCC hosts area’s largest robotics competition for high school students

  More than 1,000 students from 60 teams faced off in the Greater Kansas City Regional FIRST Robotics Competition hosted by Metropolitan Community College’s Business & Technology campus. The high-tech competition combines the rigors of science with the excitement of sport. This year’s event included teams from Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois and Wisconsin. (One …