Archive for 2009

Mohave Newswire

Arson investigators present $1,000 scholarship to MCC

Posted by on 04.13.09 in Press Release

Virginia Holtzclaw, right, president of the Arizona chapter of the International Association of Arson Investigators, presented a check Friday for a $1,000 scholarship to Mohave Community College to benefit a student via the MCC fire science program. Accepting the check is Michael Messner, left, director of MCC’s public safety programs.

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Award-winning Kingman culinary students visit MCC-HCB for tips on upcoming competition

Posted by on 04.13.09 in Press Release

Award-winning Kingman High School culinary students visited Mohave Community College’s Henry Campus-Bullhead City on Monday to obtain a few pointers from MCC culinary instructor/chef G. Michael Harris, far right. 

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MCC-LHC Spanish Club event examines Spanish-speaking cultures at free public forum

Posted by on 04.13.09 in Press Release

Angelina Ortiz, an associate faculty member on Mohave Community College’s Lake Havasu City campus, speaks to a group about Spanish-speaking countries and their cultures during a National Hispanic Heritage Month event on campus.

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MCC, NACFD sign agreement awards fire academy graduates 10 MCC credits

Posted by on 04.10.09 in Press Release

Graduates of the Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District’s Fire Fighter Academy will find it easier to further their professional education and careers after Wednesday’s signing of an intergovernmental agreement between the fire district and Mohave Community College.

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UMUC representative draws interest at MCC with transfer scholarship awards

Posted by on 04.10.09 in Press Release

Lisa Romano, right, assistant vice president of community relations at the University of Maryland University College, speaks with Mohave Community College students Deborah Jones, standing, and Amber Tacey, seated, on Tuesday regarding UMUC degrees and transfer options while visiting MCC’s Neal Campus-Kingman.

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NAU holds ‘Bachelor’s Party’ for Kingman-area students

Posted by on 04.10.09 in Press Release

Terrie Boyce, left, the Northern Arizona University program coordinator/graduate advisor on Mohave Community College’s Neal Campus-Kingman, helped host a “Bachelor’s Party” on Thursday for high school seniors and MCC students wanting to attend or transfer to NAU in the fall.

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MCC-HCB chapter of Phi Theta Kappa

Posted by on 04.09.09 in Press Release

Michele Bogue, left, a faculty instructor on Mohave Community College’s Henry Campus-Bullhead City, kisses Wilbur the guinea pig, held by Phi Theta Kappa member Alejandra Barrios, right, as part of the “Kiss the Kritter” fund-raiser put on by the Alpha Chi Psi chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for two-year colleges.

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19 inducted into HCB chapter of Phi Theta Kappa

Posted by on 04.09.09 in Press Release

Aja Harris, president of the Alpha Chi Psi chapter of Phi Theta Kappa on Mohave Community College’s Henry Campus-Bullhead City, led the recent induction ceremony for 19 new members of the international honor society for two-year colleges. Newly inducted members are Alejandra Barrios, Raef Bristel, Paul Brownell, Heather Clever, Agnieszka Cook, Brianna De Prez, Judy [...]

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MCC-LHC holds Student Appreciation Day

Posted by on 04.09.09 in Press Release

A.J. Frashler, left, a student on the Lake Havasu City campus of Mohave Community College, reacts after winning a prize on the wheel of fortune during Student Appreciation Day, held Wednesday, as campus Student Government Association President Melissa Temple, right, looks on.

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MCC-LHC sets GED registration, test for April

Posted by on 04.09.09 in Press Release

The General Educational Development (GED) test for the equivalent of a high school diploma will be held on the Lake Havasu City campus of Mohave Community College on April 18 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Room 203C.

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