E-Bulletin of December 3,
Don Jones Open Mic Night/Poetry Slam Dec. 4
The James Kerney Campus Student Activities Board
will host a poetry event with music, comedy and refreshments, in memory
of Don Jones. It takes place Friday, Dec. 4 at the James Kerney Campus
Center City Cafe, 7 to 10 p.m.
The Life and Works of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Jan. 18.
The African American Student Organization and the JKC Student Activities
Board will host a celebration of the Life and Works of Dr. Martin Luther
King, Jr., on Monday, Jan. 18, 1 to 4 p.m. at the James Kerney Campus.
will feature Tommy Grice and Company, Pastor Michel Bazin, dance by The
Vessels of Praise, story telling for children, and more. Admission is
free. Bring canned or boxed food to be donated to charity. Flyer here.
Theatre Students Present "Peer Gynt Remixed and Remade"
Dec. 8: African American Student Organization Kwanzaa Event, 12 noon,
WWC Cafeteria, $5.00 a plate, with proceeds used for a scholarship fund.
15 and 16: MCCC Chorus and Jazz Band to Perform. More here.
at The Gallery through Dec. 17. Concert by the multi-instrumental improv
duo, "Stop Correcting Me," Wed., Dec. 9 at 7:30 p.m. More here.
Students Produce Video for Mercer Chamber
Mercer's Television production students recently presented their client
project, a marketing video project for Liz Tindall, vice president of
the Mercer County Chamber of Commerce. "Again
.awesome job by
the students; I am so impressed!" said Ms. Tindall." The students
were also invited to the chamber's luncheon to present the video.
Voorhees said, "The students worked very hard over the course of
the semester developing and producing a video the Chamber can use to attract
new members." For more on Mercer's TV program, visit the TV Club's
Program Hosts Alumni Panel
Nov. 25 Mercer's TV program hosted an alumni panel event for television
and film majors. According to Steve Voorhees, 12 MCCC alumni came back
to speak to current students about the academic programs and transfer
options at their four-year schools. This gave students the opportunity
to learn about facilities, faculty and curriculum at TCNJ, Rutgers, Rider,
Rowan, Montclair, East Carolina Univ. and the New England School of Communications.
About 15 current students attended the event, and feedback was positive.
American Student Organization Assists CWEP Clients
information: Mercer's African American Student Organization collected
and delivered clothing donated by the MCCC community to clients served
by the Community Work Experience Program (CWEP). Mercer's Adult Education
Department works with CWEP clients to help them enhance their work readiness
skills. These clients are referred by the Mercer County One Stop Career
in the News Online
Set for Verizon Center
Sweet Victory for Mercer
Project Streamlines Services
Grader is Happy to Put the Comedy in Christmas
Coming to Kelsey Theatre/Studio
4-6: MCCC Theatre Students Present "Peer Bynt Remixed and Remade"
at Studio Theatre
27-Dec. 6: A Christmas Story
11-13: Twas the Night Before Christmas
18-20: The Nutcracker
Position Openings at MCCC
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list of job openings on campus.
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