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MCC-Maple Woods’ Chad Montuori honored for Excellence in Teaching

Foreign language instructor Chad Montuori has been named MCC-Maple Woods’ recipient of the 2017 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. The annual accolade goes to instructors from each community college campus in Missouri. “I am a firm believer that the true measure of a society’s worth is how it treats its most vulnerable and at-risk citizens,” Montuori …

Healthy Harvest Mobile Market returns to MCC-Penn Valley: April 5

The Mobile Market is back! Truman Medical Centers’ Healthy Harvest Mobile Market is returning to the Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley campus for the season. It will make its first stop on Wednesday, April 5. If you’re not familiar with the Mobile Market, it’s a city bus stocked with affordably priced fruits and vegetables. You can …

Speed interviews prepare students for hiring process at HVAC companies

Speed interviews can be stressful, but they also provide value experience and networking opportunities. That was the case for several Metropolitan Community College-Business & Technology students on Tuesday. Twelve students in the HVAC program interviewed with 11 businesses for 10 minutes each, hoping to jump-start their careers in the industry. “It’s kind of nerve-racking, but …

MCC art faculty show runs through April 15

The Metropolitan Community College-Longview Cultural Arts Center Gallery is  showcasing the works of MCC’s talented art faculty from all campuses. The exhibit opened March 23 and continues through Saturday, April 15.   Exhibiting artists: Kim Lindaberry — MCC-Longview Mary Beth Moley — MCC-Penn Valley Daniel Reneau — MCC-Longview DeAnna Skedel — MCC-Blue River Jim Smith …

Student Art Show & Sale April 6-20 at MCC-Penn Valley

The Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley Carter Art Center Gallery is celebrating its fourteenth year and is excited to announce the details of its annual Student Art Show & Sale. “It’s an opportunity for us to not only spotlight our successful history, but to also look forward to the dynamic programming we have underway,” says Bernadette …

MCC-Longview’s Keet Kopecky honored for Excellence in Teaching

Biology instructor Keet Kopecky has been named MCC-Longview’s recipient of the 2017 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. The annual accolade goes to instructors from each community college campus in Missouri. “I am very humbled to have received this recognition, because it represents the consensus of my fellow faculty members, all of whom are truly amazing educators,” …