Media Coverage

TruWest CU Marking 70th Anniversary with 70 Days of 700 Hours Challenge, New Credit Card

Published Tuesday, August 16, 2022

CU Today.info website mentions TruWest Credit Union's commitment to supporting the communities in which it operates, including Mesa Community College's First-Year Experience Program. TruWest CU Marking 70th Anniversary with 70 Days of 700 Hours Challenge, New Credit Card _ Fresh Today _ CUToday.info - CU Today.pdf

This Candidate is Fighting for Arizonans’ Rights. She Gets That From Her Family

Published Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Lorena Austin, MCC alumna and student government advisor, discusses her family history, education and political aspirations. Lorena Austin, Democratic Woman Candidate for Arizona State House District 9.pdf

How to Earn a Degree in Beauty

Published Thursday, August 11, 2022

Francis Tesmer, CEO of ROLFS Global, is interviewed by American Salon about the LEAD program, a higher education degree program for beauty professionals, created in partnership with L'Oréal, Mesa Community College and Arizona State University. How to Earn a Degree in Beauty _ American Salon.pdf

Mesa Community College starts construction trades program

Published Saturday, August 6, 2022

David Cain, Ph.D., MCC construction trades program director, is quoted in the Mesa Independent article about the launch of the construction trades program with the fall 2022 semester. Mesa Community College starts construction trades program _ The Daily Independent at YourValley.net_.pdf This article also appeared in the Tempe Independent and Apache Junction Independent.

MCC brings construction trades program to the East Valley

Published Thursday, August 4, 2022

David Cain, Ph.D., MCC Construction Trades program director is quoted in the Queen Creek Sun Times about the industry need for the construction trades program beginning in the fall 2022 semester. MCC brings construction trades program to the East Valley - QueenCreekSunTimes.com_.pdf

Phoenix Business Journal 40 Under 40 2022: Brad Kendrex

Published Thursday, August 4, 2022

Brad Kendrex is selected as a Phoenix Business Journal 40 Under 40 honoree for 2022. Kendrex serves as an executive vice president, finance and operations for both Chandler-Gilbert Community College and MCC. Phoenix Business Journal 40 Under 40 2022_ Brad Kendrex - Phoenix Business Journal.pdf

Applications Open for Backyard Garden Program

Published Wednesday, August 3, 2022

Dr. George Brooks, Jr., MCC faculty and City of Phoenix community educator, discusses sustainable food systems on the City of Phoenix Youtube channel - Backyard Garden Program. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uj3hPslz1LY

Committing To Better Diversity Equality And Inclusion In The IT Industry

Published Monday, August 1, 2022

Alvin Bridges III, MCC Computer Operations and College Technology Services manager, discusses the development of JamF training certification curriculum and partnerships to bring greater diversity, equity and inclusion to the IT industry. Committing To Better Diversity Equality And Inclusion In The IT.._.pdf

Coolidge foreman brings home IMCA racing title

Published Wednesday, July 27, 2022

Coolidge Examiner interviews MCC alumni, Zack Tate, who won Iowa’s IMCA Midwest Madness Tour. One of Tate's sponsors is his former instructor, MCC Automotive Service faculty Jon D'Ambrosio, who is also part of Tate's racing team. Coolidge foreman brings home IMCA racing title _ News _ pinalcentral.com_.pdf

Women in tech: Semiconductor tech boot camp from Intel and Maricopa Community Colleges graduates all-female class

Published Monday, July 25, 2022

Leah Palmer, executive director for MCC's Arizona Advanced Manufacturing Institute, adjunct faculty Max Torres and MCC graduate Tennessee Jackson are interviewed by the Phoenix Business Journal about the Semiconductor Technician Quick Start program. Jackson is one of 12 students who graduated from the program, offered through the Fresh Start Women’s Foundation nonprofit in downtown Phoenix. Note: The full article is currently only available to those with a subscription.

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