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Tips for aspiring writers, illustrators from author of book adapted to DreamWorks film

Children’s author Adam Rex recently held a meet and greet and book signing at the Mohave Community College Kingman Campus and offered tips for aspiring writers and illustrators. “You need to give yourself permission to write badly,” said Rex.  “Nobody publishes their first draft of anything, so you do need to give yourself that permission to Read more about Tips for aspiring writers, illustrators from author of book adapted to DreamWorks film[…]
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Meet the new Student Multimedia Reporter for LHC Campus!

Hello Everyone! I would like to take a second to formally introduce myself; my name is Verenice Ramirez and I am the new Student Multimedia Reporter for Mohave Community College’s Lake Havasu City campus. I am excited for this opportunity to showcase all that MCC has to offer this semester but let’s start with a Read more about Meet the new Student Multimedia Reporter for LHC Campus![…]
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Student Reporter: What can you do to avoid procrastinating at school?

As defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary; to procrastinate is to put off intentionally something that should be done. At some point in our lives, we all have been guilty of filling our time with something unimportant instead of being productive, I asked a few students on campus the simple question of, “How do you avoid Read more about Student Reporter: What can you do to avoid procrastinating at school?[…]
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MCC student scores 100% on national board exam

Hard work paid off for a Mohave Community College graduate who posted a rare perfect score a national board exam. Michael Albrecht recently scored 800 out of a possible 800 on the National Physical Therapist Assistant Licensure Examination. “The test was scheduled for 4.5 hours and I completed it in just under 2 hours,” said Read more about MCC student scores 100% on national board exam[…]
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MCC Governing Board seeks community input in search for college president

The Mohave Community College Board of Governors met Wednesday, September 19, for a work session to outline the process they will follow to pick a new college president. Current MCC President Dr. Michael Kearns informed the board he plans to retire in February 2019. The Governing Board plans to select an interim college president, which Read more about MCC Governing Board seeks community input in search for college president[…]
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MCC President announces retirement

After eight years serving as President of Mohave Community College and more than ten years as the college CEO, Dr. Michael Kearns informed the college governing board he plans to retire in 2019. The board members went into executive session after the regularly scheduled monthly meeting Friday, September 14, and 45 minutes later reconvened the Read more about MCC President announces retirement[…]
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MCC launches new interactive online platform to help students

Mohave Community College launched a new interactive online platform today that will help students connect with advisors, tutors and set testing appointments. It is called Student Support Connections and was designed to improve online student access to college support services, and is accessible to all students. MCC Students currently access support services on the college’s Read more about MCC launches new interactive online platform to help students[…]
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Author of book that was adapted to DreamWorks film will be at MCC

Children’s author Adam Rex will hold a meet and greet and book signing at Mohave Community College from 6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 20. There will also be a viewing of the film Home, a popular children’s movie based on Rex’s novel, The True Meaning of Smekday. The 90 minute movie will begin at Read more about Author of book that was adapted to DreamWorks film will be at MCC[…]
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MCC Fall Festival University Transfer Fair is coming

  Don’t miss the MCC Fall Festival University Transfer Fair. Representatives from 19 universities will be at the Mohave Community College Kingman campus 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 start at MCC and then transfer to Read more about MCC Fall Festival University Transfer Fair is coming[…]
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You don’t have to speak “tech” to understand this is great news for MCC IT Dept

Big shout out to the MCC IT department, which had the honor of holding a breakout session at the VMWorld 2018 Convention in Las Vegas.  Convention organizers asked them to explain for others in the tech industry some of the cutting-edge work they’ve been doing at MCC. It includes new processes to ensure the college Read more about You don’t have to speak “tech” to understand this is great news for MCC IT Dept[…]
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In the News: MCC Culinary graduate Delphine Jones

“When my husband passed away I didn’t know what to do with myself so I decided to go back to school,” said Delphine Jones. “I went down to Mohave Community College and earned my associate of science degree in culinary arts, hotel restaurant management and bakery. Then I got my bachelor’s degree in career and Read more about In the News: MCC Culinary graduate Delphine Jones[…]
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Massive success for MCC Physical Therapist Assistant students, faculty

One hundred percent is often heard when people talk about the Mohave Community College Physical Therapist Assistant program. For the third year in a row, 100% of the college PTA students passed the national board exam on their first attempt.  For the fifth year in a row, 100% of the college PTA students landed jobs Read more about Massive success for MCC Physical Therapist Assistant students, faculty[…]
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Attorney doubles scholarship donation to help local students

  Attorney Shawn B. Hamp just donated $2,400 to fund MCC scholarships that will help students pursuing careers in the legal profession. The money will fund two scholarships.  The first is called the Law Offices of Shawn B. Hamp Criminal Justice Scholarship.  The second is the Law Offices of Shawn B. Hamp Paralegal Scholarship. Over Read more about Attorney doubles scholarship donation to help local students[…]
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Exciting Announcement! Great changes coming for MCC Nursing

The Mohave Community College Nursing department has two exciting announcements – one for the southern Mohave County campuses and one for the North Mohave campus.  First, the Arizona State Board of Nursing officially approved the Practical Nurse program.   The changes on the southern Mohave County MCC campuses are intended to improve the overall student experience Read more about Exciting Announcement! Great changes coming for MCC Nursing[…]
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