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MCC Culinary students shine, one a high school student

The Mohave Community College Culinary Arts students recently held another very successful semi-annual dinner for culinary industry leaders and educators. The guest list included chefs, along with food and beverage industry managers in the tri-state region. “We have a lot of graduates who work locally, including in many of the casinos in Laughlin,” said MCC Read more about MCC Culinary students shine, one a high school student[…]
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Summer classes get you ahead of the curve

  The enrollment window is now open for Summer and Fall classes at Mohave Community College.  You can view the Course Schedules online, and set up an appointment with an Advisor through Student Support Connections or call 1-866-664-2832.  If you’re not an MCC student, you can apply for free and get started on your path to success.  Currently, a Read more about Summer classes get you ahead of the curve[…]
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Intramural Basketball Team Places Second in City League

 Current and future MCC students are led by their coach, and teacher, John Hansen as MCC’s Intramural Basketball team placed second in the city league this year. Coming off a strong season where they went 7-1 in the regular season, which runs from December to March, and placed second in the championship game, losing by Read more about Intramural Basketball Team Places Second in City League[…]
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Author, Photographer, and Amateur Historian Connects with the Community at ConCom.

We caught up with author/photographer and amateur historian, Jim Hinckley at MCC’s Connecting the Community Event March 29th. Jim likes to attend as many local events as he can and loves to promote community togetherness, he’s authored more than ten books about Route 66 and operates a website, Podcast, and Facebook group all called Jim Read more about Author, Photographer, and Amateur Historian Connects with the Community at ConCom.[…]
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Lake Havasu Campus Hosts Annual Mathlympics

Lake Havasu City Campus hosted the annual Mathlympics on April 5th. The Mathlympics celebrates students in high schools across the tri-city area who excel in math. First through third place awards are given to students who excel for their teams in several categories ranging from Algebra to Calculus. Six Schools attended the event sending a Read more about Lake Havasu Campus Hosts Annual Mathlympics[…]
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Meet and greet the candidates for MCC President

The Mohave Community College Board of Governors invites all college employees, students and community members to meet the four finalists in the nationwide search for the next college president. You will have an opportunity to meet the candidates at an MCC campus near you on April 24 and April 25.  The finalists will visit with Read more about Meet and greet the candidates for MCC President[…]
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Finalists selected in MCC President search

The Mohave Community College Board of Governors has selected four finalists in the nationwide search for the next college president. The finalists will be visiting the MCC campuses and the communities on April 24-25.  Details about times and locations for meetings with college employees, students and community members will be released soon.  THe new The Read more about Finalists selected in MCC President search[…]
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MCC Connecting the Community event: your life, your community, your future

Mohave Community College is once again bringing students, community members and business leaders together with a focus on building a great future. The college’s second annual Connecting the Community event is free to attend and the atmosphere will be fun and casual, with music and complimentary food for attendees.  This year the college is also Read more about MCC Connecting the Community event: your life, your community, your future[…]
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19 universities at one MCC campus near you

Don’t miss the Mohave Community College Spring University Transfer Fair. Representatives from 19 universities will be at the Mohave Community College campuses to talk with local parents and students about the benefits of higher education. You will get information on the great savings available to those who graduate from MCC and then transfer to one Read more about 19 universities at one MCC campus near you[…]
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Search for the next MCC President on schedule, candidate list being narrowed

The Mohave Community College Board of Governors has made significant progress in the search for a new College President.  The board has instructed MCC Chief Human Resources Officer Jennie Dixon to contact candidates for the position. The search process is proceeding as planned and outlined in the timeline on the Search for the Next MCC Read more about Search for the next MCC President on schedule, candidate list being narrowed[…]
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MCC Newscast March 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 March 2019[…]
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MCC math success to be showcased at national convention

Mohave Community College has been so successful preparing students to succeed at math, that college representatives have been invited to a national conference to showcase how they did it. The Higher Learning Commission, H.L.C., National Conference is the first week of April 7th in Chicago.  H.L.C. invited MCC to explain the college’s new Transitional Math Read more about MCC math success to be showcased at national convention[…]
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MCC sparks up electrical program

MCC will soon be your go-to school for electrician training. Electricians are in high demand right now, and as the industry shifts more towards renewable sources of energy, the demand for trained electricians will only continue to rise.   That’s a big reason why MCC hired Nuclear Facility Electrician John Roe to restart the program for Read more about MCC sparks up electrical program[…]
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