Month: October 2023

Mohave Wire

2024 Spring and Summer registration window now open at MCC, sign up today

MOHAVE COUNTY – This week, Mohave Community College started signing up students for spring and summer semesters starting January 8 and May 28, respectively. Students can get a head start on the process to ensure they land a spot in their preferred classes. Students are encouraged to enroll in the classes they want and need as soon as possible because many classes fill up quickly. Early registration ...
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MCC Newscast – Mohave Minutes – October 2023

MCC Newscast - Mohave Minutes - October 2023 Reporters and Editors, if there's a story you see in the newscast and would like more information, a photo, or a soundbite for radio and/or video reports, please contact MCC Executive Director of College Communications James Jarman at jjarman@mohave.edu . Thank you!  MCC News shares the college news and events, along with student and employee stories ...
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Inaugural Bighorn Chili Cook-Off kicks-off in less than a month

MOHAVE COUNTY – The MCC Bighorn Booster Club is giving community members a taste of tailgate action in preparation for the 2024 soccer season, marking a historic first for the county. The Inaugural Bighorn Chili Cook-Off not only gives participants the chance for cash prizes and event-goers a day of phenomenal food from throughout the county, it's set to fundraise for the College's first season in th...
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Facilitators Sought for MCC’s Workforce Excellence Series

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College's Workforce Excellence Series is helping businesses and individuals polish skills that promote success in their dealings with customers and community members. The growing popularity of the program now yields another opportunity for involvement, as course facilitators are currently being sought to help propel Mohave County's workforce to the next level of servi...
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Bighorn Trek is back at MCC Neal Campus-Kingman, become a vendor

MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College, the MCC Foundation, the Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce and ARIZONA@WORK are back for the second annual Bighorn Trek event, and are looking for area business and industry leaders who want to have a positive impact in the community. The goal of Bighorn Trek is to bring community members, students and business leaders together with a singular purpose – help...
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