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Legacy Board examines plans

Legacy donation will make new MCC programs possible

Posted by on 09.19.11 in Press Release

Students will be able to prepare for two new allied health care professions beginning in the fall of 2012, thanks to generous financial support from the BHHS Legacy Foundation and additional support from the MCC Foundation. The Legacy Foundation, an Arizona charitable organization whose philanthropic mission is to enhance the quality of life and health [...]

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Mohave Newswire

Free SBA small business seminar

Posted by on 09.16.11 in Press Release

Area residents who are thinking of starting a small business, have recently started or expanded a small business, are invited to a free seminar in Bullhead City and Kingman, hosted by the Mohave Community College Small Business Development Center. The SBDC’s guest speaker will be Jim Pipper, marketing and outreach specialist of the U.S. Small [...]

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Mohave Newswire

MCC Board will meet in Colorado City

Posted by on 09.15.11 in Board of Governors

The September meeting of the Mohave Community College Board of Governors’ will take place in Colorado City on Sept. 16 at 2 p.m., in Room 103 on the campus at 480 S. Central. “Having the meeting once a year on the North Mohave campus gives the people in the Arizona Strip an opportunity to bring [...]

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MCC honored for adult basic education successes

Posted by on 09.07.11 in Press Release

The Mohave Community College Precollege Studies department was honored at the Arizona Department of Education annual luncheon recently for “Meeting or Exceeding the State Target for Educational Gains for fiscal year 2009/10.” The state’s target goals for educational gains and attendance by education functioning level is 59 percent. MCC met that goal. The state’s educational [...]

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shawn gall

Coffee at College set on public speaking

Posted by on 08.31.11 in Press Release

Public speaking is one of the greatest fears people experience. To help them overcome this fear, Mohave Community College student Shawn Gall (pictured) will present a two-hour Coffee at the College presentation on Thursday, Sept. 8 from 4 to 6 p.m. in Room 600 on the Lake Havasu City campus. His presentation, titled “Become Incredible [...]

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Mohave Newswire

GED test set for Bullhead City area

Posted by on 08.31.11 in Press Release

The General Educational Development (GED®) test will be offered Friday, Sept. 23 from 6 to 10 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 24 from 8 a.m. to noon in Room 210 at the Bullhead City campus of Mohave Community College. Attendance both days is required. The GED is the equivalent of a high school diploma. Mandatory registration [...]

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Mohave Newswire

MCC-LHC sets GED registration

Posted by on 08.31.11 in Press Release

The General Educational Development (GED®) test for the equivalent of a high school diploma will be given on the Lake Havasu City campus of Mohave Community College on Sept. 10 . The test will be from at 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., in Room 600. The mandatory registration for the test is Sept. 9 at [...]

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Heavy Impact

MCC students enjoyed Welcome Back Bash

Posted by on 08.29.11 in Press Release

MCC students enjoyed ‘Welcome Back Bash’ A crowd of students flocked to Mohave Community College’s Neal Campus-Kingman last Thursday to enjoy food, music, games, giveaways and a live performances by “Heavy Impact,” MTV’s “America’s Best Dance Crew” contestants The event was part of a “Welcome Back Bash” to kick off the 2011-2012 school year. The [...]

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Mohave Newswire

Course set to help small businesses succeed

Posted by on 08.29.11 in Press Release

Running a small business can be financially and personally rewarding; but 30 percent of small businesses fail within the first two years. It takes know-how to be among the survivors. The Mohave Community College Small Business Development Center and the Mohave County Economic Development Department are teaming up to offer the NxLeveL® for Entrepreneurs/Small Business [...]

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Dr.MarkTaylor

Faculty given tips on teaching the next generation

Posted by on 08.24.11 in Press Release

When classes started at Mohave Community College on Aug. 22, both full- and part-time instructors were armed with new information about how to achieve the best results with their younger students. Dr. Mark Taylor was a guest lecturer at the faculty orientation sessions. He talked to faculty from throughout Mohave County about the differences among [...]

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