Havasu Campus Highlights – General Education Week


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The MCC General Education program is inviting students and community members to take part in a series of events highlighting the program during the week of October 18-October 22.  

This is part of the Havasu Campus Highlights event.

Family Math Night

Monday, October 18


Building 600

Bring the family for an evening of fun with the Mohave Community College math and education departments. Come explore math puzzles, games, and activities.

How to Write a Business Plan in less than 30 days

Tuesday, October 19


Building 600

Business owners and entrepreneurs need to have a concise and accurate business plan that makes sense and provides specific details about their business.  Most people have never written a business plan before and struggle at the thought of writing one.  In this presentation Jeanette Pigeon, Interim Director MCC Small Business Development Center, provides a framework and guidance on tools to use for a well-researched and written business plan in less than 30 days.

English Faculty Showcase

Tuesday, October 19


Hodel Library

Mohave Community College English Composition and Creative Writing faculty Erik Wilbur and Tara Williams will share selected works of poetry and prose. Humanities instructor Jacob Crawford will MC. Erik Wilbur’s debut poetry chapbook What I Can Do won the 2020 Chestnut Review Chapbook contest, and his poems have appeared in Sand Hills Review, Rising Phoenix Review, New Ohio Review and other publications. Tara Williams’ fairy tale “The Ice Child” is included in the just-published cli-fi anthology Fire & Water: Tales of the Anthropocene. Other publications include Southwest Review, Entropy, The Weird Reader Vol. III and more.


University Transfer Fair

Wednesday, October 20


Building 600


Computer Take-A-Part Event

Wednesday, October 20


Building 800 Room 810

Groups of 2-3 individuals will work with a mentor to test a computer to make sure it works; to take the computer apart while removing all key components and explaining what each one does and the purpose it serves; and then put it back together again. Finally, there will be a test, in the end, to make sure they still work as they did at the beginning.  This should be an eye-opening event for anyone who’s somewhat afraid of “opening up the box” as we will be thinking outside of the box in this case. Individuals will never be fearful of the parts and pieces of a desktop computer again (hopefully) and no animals will be hurt during this presentation.


Tea Time Tours Presents: Making Travel a Priority When Reality Tells Us Otherwise

Thursday, October 21


Hodel Library

Move over Rick Steves… Join Arts and Humanities faculty Jacob Crawford on a Grand Tour of the Old World. A how to on virtual travelling during a global pandemic. (Tea and treats will be available.)


OM..UM..OH..Stop Letting Stress PSYCH You Out

Thursday, October 21


Building 200 Room 204

Stress is frequently cited today as the No. 1 threat to our overall well-being.  But it’s not that we have more stress, but that we may not have the best coping strategies. Psychology can help. Psychologists study a variety of aspects of human behavior, including how stress affects us. Want to learn how to better manage stress? This talk will walk you through some simple strategies that stop stress from getting the better of you.


Math Escape Room

Friday, October 22


Hodel Library (upstairs)

Are you curious to know what math concepts students need to know to prepare for college courses? Do you enjoy working with others to solve puzzles or find clues? If so, join us for an interactive activity were two groups will work to solve math challenges and find clues to escape the Transitional Math room just in time!

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