Vaccines Required for Fall
MCC students wishing to participate in on-campus classes or co-curricular activities this fall must have received the COVID-19 vaccine. Check your MCC email for details and further instructions.
Get on Track to Graduate!
MCC's PASS (Promoting Academically Successful Students) program, sponsored by the Connecticut Office of Higher Education, is now accepting applications. The PASS program assists minority students to achieve and maintain good academic standing to meet academic goals toward graduation. Students will work with an academic coach to build their individualized academic plan, explore careers, receive support on study skills, attend student development workshops and practice self-advocacy. Space is limited. Email Michelle Nickerson to learn more about how to join. Orientation dates are July 27 and July 28, so sign up now!
Seeking Women for Manufacturing Careers
Modern manufacturing is about higher pay, great benefits and career growth opportunities! A free, eight-week Manufacturing Training and Career Placement program for women starts in early September. Find out more about the Women in Manufacturing Pipeline Initiative.
Alumni Success – Kristen Buteau ’14 is Recipient of 2021 CCB Joseph Sullivan Young Professionals Award
Buteau, of Newington, holds a drug and alcohol recovery counselor (DARC) associate in science degree from MCC.