Media Coverage

EVIT and MCC Recognize Students Completing High School with Certificate in Early Childhood Education

Published Monday, June 13, 2022

Annapurna Ganesh, program director of Early Childhood Education at MCC, is quoted in the AZEDNEWS article about MCC and the East Valley Institute of Technology's (EVIT) collaborative efforts during the past two years, leading to the success of the first successful cohort graduating with a high school diploma and Certificate of Completion in Early Childhood Education. EVIT and MCC recognize students completing high school with certificate in Early Childhood Education - AZEdNews.pdf

Mesa Community College: From Crisis and Adversity to Hope, Healing, and Helping

Published Tuesday, June 7, 2022

Dori Dipietro, MCC Social Work Program Director, is quoted in the League for Innovation in the Community College's article on MCC's collaboration with the Family Involvement Center to create the Parent Peer Social Work Scholarship Stipend Program, supporting families overcoming past crisis and adversity while helping build careers in social work. Mesa Community College_ From Crisis and Adversity to Hope, Healing, and Helping _ The League for Inn.pdf

New Presidents or Provosts

Published Monday, June 6, 2022

Inside Higher Ed features Dr. Tammy Robinson's selection as the next president of Mesa Community College. New presidents or provosts_ Christian Brothers Cleveland State Colorado Davidson Mesa Saint Mary's SCSU TAMU San Antonio.pdf

EVIT, MCC recognize students completing high school with Early Childhood Education certificate

Published Thursday, June 2, 2022

The Daily Independent features the success of the partnership between the MCCChildhood Education and the East Valley Institute of Technology, allowing students to graduate high school with an MCC certificate of completion in early childhood education. EVIT, MCC recognize students completing high school with Early Childhood Education certificate _ The Daily Independent at YourValley.net_.pdf

Donation to Mesa Community College

Published Wednesday, June 1, 2022

The College Times article shares information about TruWest Credit Union's partnership with Mesa Community College supporting students through scholarship and donating to the college's Mesa Market which provides free food and supplies to MCC students. Donation to Mesa Community College.pdf

Rattlesnakes are out, new book helps you learn more about them

Published Sunday, May 22, 2022

"A Field Guide to Amphibians and Reptiles in Arizona", co-authored by MCC Life Science professor Dr. Andrew Holycross, is featured in this Queen Creek Sun Times article. Rattlesnakes are out, new book helps you learn more about them - QueenCreekSunTimes.com_.pdf

Apple introduces new professional training to support growing IT workforce

Published Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Maricopa Community Colleges (MCC and CGCC) are included in this Apple annoucement of the availabilitiy of prep courses to earn an Apple Certified IT Professional badge. Note: Courses are being coordinated through MITI-EVas part of Apple's Community Education Initiative (CEI). Apple introduces new professional gtraining to support growing IT workforce.pdf

Nogales native completes doctoral degree

Published Friday, May 13, 2022

Manuel "Manny" Romero, an MCC alumnus, is featured by Nogales Inernational for earning a doctoral degree in administrative and instructional leadership from St. John's University. Nogales native completes doctoral degree _ Community _ nogalesinternational.com_.pdf

A New Solo Show by Artist Michael Farmer Tackles the Digital Revolution

Published Thursday, May 12, 2022

Former MCC student Michael Farmer is spotlighted by Digital Journal for his solo art show "Technology Will Save Us All," opening June 3 at the Alwun House in downtown Phoenix. A New Solo Show by Artist Michael Farmer Tackles the Digital Revolution - Digital Journal.pdf

Meta announces expansion of Data Center in Mesa

Published Tuesday, May 10, 2022

Meta gives a $50,000 grant to the Mesa College Promise program in this video by the City of Mesa.

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