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CPT program

Manufacturing, maintenance employees can enroll in CPT

Posted by on 03.13.15 in Press Release

Manufacturing and maintenance employees have the opportunity to enhance their resumes by completing courses that prepares them for certifications. Mohave Community College is currently accepting enrolment into its Certified Production Technician (CPT) program. The program is recognized by the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) and offers four courses that can be taken in any order. [...]

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WAVE culinary facility

MCC offers culinary class in new W.A.V.E. facility

Posted by on 03.13.15 in Press Release

Culinary enthusiasts are invited to attend Mohave Community College’s course debut in the newly renovated Western Arizona Vocational Education (W.A.V.E) Central Culinary and Business Campus in Lake Havasu City. “Frugal Gourmet: Don’t Fear the Kitchen” is a six-session course designed to teach meal-makers how to create delicious, healthy, easy, and economical meals. Each week will [...]

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MCC photography class Herberta

Basic photography class to begin

Posted by on 03.13.15 in Press Release

Extreme-weather photographer Herberta Schroeder is currently enrolling students into an “Introduction to Digital Photography” course at Mohave Community College’s Neal Campus-Kingman. The course will teach students photography basics that can be used with any camera and is designed for amateur photographers or for those who enjoy taking pictures. The course will provide tips and tricks [...]

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Mohave Newswire

Board to consider modest 15-16 tuition proposal

Posted by on 03.13.15 in Board of Governors, Press Release

The Mohave Community College Board of Governors will consider raising tuition by $1 per credit hour. Arizona law requires that governing boards approve tuition rates on an annual basis. The MCC Board of Governors meets at 9 a.m. on Friday, March 14 at the Lake Havasu City campus. The current proposal is to approve an [...]

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MCC All-Az

State academic team honors MCC students

Posted by on 03.11.15 in Press Release

Two Mohave Community College students have been honored as members on a statewide academic team, and one of whom will now be considered for placement on a national academic team. Todd Myren received a first placement and Debi Pennington received second placement on the All-Arizona Academic Team. Both students are from Lake Havasu City. MCC’s [...]

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Mohave Newswire

‘Time for Tea & Fashion’ show

Posted by on 03.11.15 in Press Release

The Mohave Community College Foundation Bullhead City chapter is hosting its annual “Time for Tea & Fashion Show” as a scholarship fundraiser. In addition to cups of tea, the event will feature fashions from retailers Dilliard’s, Ladies & Gents, and Styles for Less. Doors open at 1:30 p.m., tea will be served at 2 p.m., [...]

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Mohave Newswire

Analysis details MCC’s $212.4-million economic impact

Posted by on 03.09.15 in Press Release

Arizona’s community colleges have a $14.5 billion impact on the state’s economy. And locally, Mohave Community College adds more than $212 million to the financial health of our region. So says a report released by the Arizona Community College Coordinating Council. The first-ever study of the economic value of Arizona’s community colleges shows the institutions [...]

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Mohave Newswire

Extreme-weather photographer to present

Posted by on 03.09.15 in Press Release

The community is invited to an extreme-weather photography presentation at Mohave Community College’s Neal Campus-Kingman. Herberta Schroeder, who will be teaching an upcoming photography class, will be presenting her photographs, which include lighting, weather, and nature. The event will be held from 5:30-8 p.m. on Wednesday, March 11 in Building 200 on the campus at [...]

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MCC celebrates ‘Read Across America’

Posted by on 03.09.15 in Press Release

Dr. Michael Kearns sat in front of a kindergarten class at Cerbat Elementary School on Friday, March 6. The young students were already familiar with the organization that Dr. Kearns leads: Mohave Community College. The kindergarteners knew that after elementary school, they would attend middle school, high school, and then college. They also knew that [...]

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MCC partners with truck driving company

Posted by on 03.03.15 in Press Release

Mohave Community College has partnered with a company to help meet the growing workforce demands of the truck-driving industry. Residents who are interested in receiving a commercial driver’s license (CDL) can now attend a CDL training program offered at MCC’s Neal Campus-Kingman. Trainco Truck Driving Schools, of Ohio, is accepting enrollment into its Class A [...]

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