Goodall receives award from KC Industrial Council

The Kansas City Industrial Council presented Debbie Goodall, president of MCC-Business & Technology, with a 2013 Brick-by-Brick award on Wednesday, April 3.  The awards ceremony, held at Boulevard Brewery, marked the KCIC’s 25th anniversary. The KCIC Brick-by-Brick awards recognize individuals and companies that have made outstanding contributions to the economic strength of Kansas City’s industrial areas. Goodall is …

“Songs of the Golden West” Concert April 13

Classic songs of the American West will be performed by the Metropolitan Chorale on Saturday, April 13, at 7:30 p.m. The benefit concert at Woods Chapel United Methodist Church, 4725 NE Lakewood Way, Lee’s Summit, will raise funds for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City. The chorale will be conducted by Rebecca Johnson, music …

MCC-Longview nominated for Lee’s Summit Chamber award

MCC-Longview has been nominated for the Lee’s Summit Chamber of Commerce’s 2013 Res in Motus (Business in Motion) Business of the Year award. The campus is in the running for the award in the Magnus category (more than 20 employees) alongside two local businesses, Metcalf Bank and Hawthorn Bank. The candidates were announced at the Chamber …

MSF celebrates 40 years – 2 decades with MCC-Maple Woods

With the summer months approaching, more motorists will be turning to two-wheeled transportation to enjoy the weather and save on climbing gas prices. MCC-Maple Woods, in partnership with the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, has been offering motorcycle instruction on campus for two decades. Courses are designed to prepare motorists to operate their bikes safely and to …

A note from Mark James: introducing MCC’s 2012 annual report

Colleagues and MCC supporters, I am pleased to share with you MCC’s 2012 Annual Report, hot off the press. I’m proud of the continued success of our students and employees whose stories are told in this report. You’ll also read about the advancement of a number of programs and initiatives throughout 2012. A few highlights include: A visit …

Assault reported at MCC-Longview

This morning around 11:00, the MCC Police Department received a report  of an assault at MCC-Longview. The alleged assault occurred inside the MCC-Longview Cultural Arts building. The suspect is described as a male, 5’8”, wearing a dark hoodie and gloves, and having a deep voice. He was reported to be carrying an unknown weapon. The suspect …