Penn Valley’s Criminal Justice Association Takes Issues Straight to Airwaves

Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012 marked the significant beginning of MCC students taking community issues to an exciting new level. Working in collaboration with M.C. Richardson of KKFI 90.1 FM Community Radio, students from MCC – Penn Valley’s criminal justice association took time to discuss issues related directly to their coursework. The topic at hand: Pros and Cons Related …

Exhibit Opening at MCC-Longview Cultural Arts Center

MCC-Longview Cultural Arts Center invites you to the opening of a new exhibit by Los Angeles based artist Daniel Cummings on Thursday, Oct. 11 from 5-8 p.m. Cummings’ collection of colorful gesture paintings and drawings are quick and immediate while at the same time measured and pulsing. He creates his works with a great appreciation …

MCC to open new Public Computer Center in Kearney

 Great news for Northlanders—the MCC Public Computer Centers will be opening a new location in Kearney, Mo., at the Old Firehouse Center for Creative Excellence later this month.  This will be the seventh PCC location, and the first to open at a non-MCC location. Like all PCCs, the new location will offer free basic digital literacy …

Don’t miss MCC-Longview’s fall play: “Almost, Maine”

The MCC-Longview theatre department proudly presents their production of “Almost, Maine,” opening next weekend. The production, written by John Cariani and produced by Kittie Harden, opens on Friday, Oct. 12. Additional performances will be held on Oct. 13, 19 and 20. In “Almost, Maine,” the spectacular northern lights illuminate the mythical northeastern town on a cold winter …

Join us next week for the 2012 MCC-Longview Literary Festival

The 2012 MCC-Longview Literary Festival will be held October 12-13, 10:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m., in the Mel Aytes Education Center. William Trowbridge, Missouri Poet Laureate, will deliver the keynote address on Oct. 12 at 1 p.m. The festival will host a round-robin short story contest for Longview students, staff and faculty, as well as assorted games and …

From Kenya to MCC to MNU to PhD

For Damaris Rotich, the journey toward becoming a nurse began when she traveled from her homeland in Kenya to the United States to attend college. Demaris began her education at Metropolitan Community College, where she made friends with nursing students who sparked her interest in healthcare. Once she took her first certified nursing assistant (CNA) class …

MCC in the news: Health Care Foundation features Community Health Worker pilot course

MCC’s Training for Tomorrow program is piloting a new course to train community health workers, and it has attracted the attention of local healthcare media. This article about the training program was recently posted on the Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City’s website. Community health worker is a fairly new category among health professions. These workers are …