The Who, What, Where, When @ MCCC
August 19, 2010
Sign Up for IPIC's Professional Development Classes Aug. 23, 26 and 27
From Debbie Kell:
This may be our best IPIC Professional Develpment Sampler ever!!! We have three half days chock full of workshops on everything from Using Outlook Web Access to Study Abroad to Italian Cooking to a variety of student support workshops. There is something for everyone. Click here to review all the workshop topics and get information about registration. If you have any questions, call the Bat Cave at ext. 3551.
Faculty/Students to Participate in "Food for the Soul" Diversity Event Aug. 21
MCCC faculty members Alvyn Haywood and Eric Watson will present at the fourth annual “Food for the Soul: A Diversity Celebration” on Saturday, Aug. 21 from noon to 6 p.m. at The Carslake Community Center, 209 Crosswicks Street in Bordentown. The event is sponsored by The Black Experience and Mt. Zion AME Church. It is free and open to the public. More here.
Aug, 25: College Assembly 10 a.m. Full pre-class week schedule here.
Sept. 10: Commemoration Ceremony for 9-11, Memorial Garden outside the Student Center, 11 a.m..
12: Heart Walk at Mercer County Park. Pre-walk festivities 9:30 a.m.; walk at 10:30 a.m.
5: MCCC Golf Classic to benefit student athletes Oct. 5. More here.
Helen Tanzini will restart her yoga classes on Sept. 8 in the gym. Monday
yoga classes continue at 5:30 p.m. in the dance
Coming to Kelsey Theatre
Sept. 4-19: Hansel and Gretel
Youth College Hosts Concluding Events
MCCC's Youth College programs hosted awards presentations and a picnic with water slides and music on Aug. 13 at WWC. Staff members acknowledged students for "perfect attendance," "showing most improvement," "high achievement" and more.
Youth College Director Don Davis says, "I would like to give everyone kudos. This was our best summer ever. Everything went perfectly." Photos on Facebook.
Alum Adam Gibson Turns Passion for Asian Culture Into Success in Japan
Adam Gibson's love of Japanese culture has led him to exotic places -- and his start at MCCC helped him get there. Gibson ('02, A.A.S., Computer Systems/ Networking) has spent the last two years in Niigata, the largest city on the Japanese seacoast, where he has taught English at five high schools and to disabled elementary school children. "If I had not gone to MCCC, I might not be where I am today," Gibson said. "I have learned that as long as you don't give up, anything is possible. A little perseverance goes a long way. Find your passion and follow it as far as you can go!" More here.
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