MCC’s annual festival — showcasing visual art works and musical performances by students — traditionally takes place on campus, with the artwork hanging in exhibition in the Hans Weiss Newspace Gallery. It is being given special treatment on the college’s website while the campus is closed to the public due to the ongoing pandemic.
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Dr. Nicole Esposito, chief executive officer of MCC, was named one of Connecticut Magazine’s distinctive “40 Under 40” leaders. The magazine’s feature can be seen here.
MCC is offering a range of accelerated classes starting February 5 and March 22. Presented in 12-week (February 5) and 8-week (March 22) formats, these accelerated classes allow students to earn needed credits in a compressed time frame.
MCC Foundation starts the year off by acknowledging the collective gifts of more than 80 first-time donors. Their gifts contributed a total of $45,000 in additional funds available to support Manchester Community College students with scholarships and emergency assistance.
The scholarships, managed by MCC Foundation, are based on merit and will be awarded to precision manufacturing students to cover tuition, books and supplies that students are required to provide, such as personal tooling.
This spring Angel Velez, of Hartford, is continuing at Manchester Community College toward his goal of an associate degree, thanks to the personal support of faculty and staff, their belief in his ability to succeed and a Connecticut state grant-supported program designed to enable students to persist.
The January 27 session runs from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and focuses on effective resume writing. This workshop will provide information on the skills and strategies needed to develop a visually appealing, competitive resume that gets positive response from employers. Additional sessions in effective resume writing run through February.
Manchester Community College Counselor Wanda Reyes-Dawes has been named team lead of the Best Practices Subcommittee for the NACADA First-Generation Advising Community.
MCC is offering a range of accelerated classes starting January 22, February 5 and March 22. Presented in 12-week and 8-week formats, these accelerated classes allow students to earn needed credits in a compressed time frame.
This Saturday, January 9, Manchester Community College is offering guidance by appointment to help students with registration for the Spring 2021 semester. The event is an opportunity for students to finish the registration process – meet with an advisor and handle other last-minute details to be ready to start the semester.