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Month: January 2019

Mohave Wire

MCC dental care for adults, no charge on United Way Day

Friday January 25th was United Way Day. This was a day that River Cities United Way assisted by Delta Dental and MCC had a chance to help the adults in our community with complimentary cleaning services. Ashley Wood of River Cities United got the funding approved for the event.    “The reason for doing an Read more about MCC dental care for adults, no charge on United Way Day[…]
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Welding Presentation for PASS/PALS Students by MCC.

Contributed By Julie Napier,  MCC Student Services Technician Back in November, Buddy May, a welding instructor over at MCC, presented information on Mohave Community College’s Welding Technology program to approximately 30 students at Kingman Unified School District’s PASS/PALS.   So, what is welding? The simple explanation given was that welding is basically making one piece Read more about Welding Presentation for PASS/PALS Students by MCC.[…]
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Arizona Veterans group helps MCC honor local veterans with exclusive campus centers

The community is invited to Mohave Community College to meet the people behind the Arizona non-profit veterans group helping the college create Veterans Centers on the college campuses. Support, Education and Employment for Vets, or S.E.E.4VETS, is donating nearly $15,000 to help MCC bring the centers to Mohave County. The first MCC Veterans Center was placed on the Read more about Arizona Veterans group helps MCC honor local veterans with exclusive campus centers[…]
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MCC instructor’s research in artificial intelligence will be part of national AI symposium

A Mohave Community College Faculty member has been informed that her research group’s work surrounding artificial intelligence has been published, and will be presented at a national symposium. MCC Computer Science Faculty Member Dr. Fay Cover has been part of a research group studying computer cognitive systems. Their work will be presented at the Association Read more about MCC instructor’s research in artificial intelligence will be part of national AI symposium[…]
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Deadlines approach for MCC nursing school and 12 week classes

Two deadlines are quickly approaching at Mohave Community College. You need to apply and register for classes by February 4 to participate in the college 12 week classes, also called accelerated classes.  There is no application fee at MCC. “These courses are for everyone and are considered accelerated because you can finish the class three Read more about Deadlines approach for MCC nursing school and 12 week classes[…]
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MCC offers free dental services to help Give Kids a Smile

Schedule an appointment today!  Mohave Community College’s dental hygiene clinic is offering free dental services to children ages 4-14. Children will receive a free teeth cleaning, fluoride treatment, sealants and oral hygiene tips.   Call 928-704-4178 and make an appointment today!  Space is limited!   What:            Give Kids a Smile                        Free Dental Services When:  Read more about MCC offers free dental services to help Give Kids a Smile[…]
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MCC President Kearns retires, college now under new leadership

Mohave Community College is now under new leadership, as Dr. Michael Kearns made Friday, January 11, his final day as college president. He emailed college employees a day before to let them know that Friday would be his last day leading the college.  A public announcement was made during the MCC Board of Governors meeting Read more about MCC President Kearns retires, college now under new leadership[…]
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MCC Newscast January 2019

MCC News shares the college news, events, faculty, staff and student stories from Mohave Community College each month.  Known as the “Mohave Minutes” it is intended to be a quick source of information to keep you updated on what’s happening at the college’s four campuses.  If you have an MCC story idea please email it Read more about MCC Newscast January 2019[…]
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Community presentation: Arizona Kicks on Route 66

The community is invited to join Marshall Shore, Arizona’s Hip Historian, at the Mohave Community College Havasu campus for his presentation Arizona Kicks on Route 66. U.S. Route 66, known as the “Mother Road,” was built in 1926. It ran from Chicago to L. A. During the depression of the 1930s, it became the major Read more about Community presentation: Arizona Kicks on Route 66[…]
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Renowned AZ restaurant critic to speak at MCC

The public is invited to Mohave Community College to join Howard Seftel, former restaurant critic for the Arizona Republic and Phoenix New Times, as he explores the many ways that dining out reflects our evolving culture and helps shape it. For years, Arizonans enjoyed Seftel’s witty no-holds-barred columns on dining out.  Come to MCC on Read more about Renowned AZ restaurant critic to speak at MCC[…]
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MCC hosts open meeting law training for public

Mohave Community College is hosting the Arizona Ombudsman Citizens’ Aide Office, which  will hold an Open Meeting Law Training seminar this Friday, January 11. The training is open to the public will happen at approximately 11:30 a.m., after the MCC Board of Governors regularly scheduled monthly meeting. The board meeting and Open Meeting Law Training Read more about MCC hosts open meeting law training for public[…]
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MCC Business Office earns ACE award

The Mohave Community College Business Office just received a national ACE award. The award recognizes the Bursar’s office for efficiency in disbursing more than 90% of refunds to students electronically. Connie Shelley and Margi Chatwood are the MCC employees who received the award.  They’re tireless work often goes unseen by the public, but groups like Read more about MCC Business Office earns ACE award[…]
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To help cut cost of textbooks, check out this option at MCC bookstore

Mohave Community College faculty are always working to help students find high-quality, affordable course materials and textbooks.  For spring semester, several classes have new online material that is available for students and may be more affordable than purchasing textbooks.  It is subscription based and could substantially help cut the cost of textbooks and other material. Read more about To help cut cost of textbooks, check out this option at MCC bookstore[…]
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