Posted on August 8, 2012 by Sally Mesarosh
Mesa Counts on College, an initiative funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, announced this week three projects that will receive money to increased post-secondary completion among Mesa’s youth. The selected proposals, which total $19,000 in funding, were submitted by Chicanos Por La Causa, the Mesa Community Action Network and Randy Payne of the Dobson High School’s counseling staff.
August 5, 2012
Today we had a test of MCC's Emergency Alert System. View this video to know what to do in case of an emergency: http://t.co/BcBywp0AFW
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Why do we get fat? Find out at MCC's Family Discovery Series at the Red Mountain Campus, next Friday, May 2. Info: https://t.co/KRKInBnQLn
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Today we had a test of Mesa Community College's Emergency Alert System. The most important thing that anyone can do is to be informed and prepared. Please...
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Happy Earth Day! Have you heard about the Green Graduation Pledge? The mission of the Graduation Pledge Alliance (GPA) is to build a global community...
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