Media Coverage

Arizona Semiconductor Technician Quick Start Program

Published Tuesday, March 19, 2024

The Center for American Progress (CAP) highlights the Semiconductor Technician Quick Start program. Arizona Semiconductor Technician Quick Start Program - Center for American Progress.pdf

City of Mesa and Mesa Community College announce expansion to Mesa College Promise program

Published Monday, March 18, 2024

The Mesa Legend features the announcement of the expansion of the Mesa College Promise program to include adult learners. City of Mesa and Mesa Community College announce expansion to Mesa College Promise program – Mesa Legend_compressed.pdf

People: Alina Johnson promoted to parts manager

Published Thursday, March 14, 2024

MCC alumna Alina Johnson is a new parts manager for Peterbilt Truck Parts & Equipment and Silver State International, according to Northern Nevada Business Weekly.

Curator brings together 'bold and unapologetic' women in new Mesa art exhibit

Published Tuesday, March 12, 2024

KJZZ features MCC alumna, Antoinette Cauley, regarding the MCC Art Gallery's Matriarchs of Washington Park exhibit. Curator brings together 'bold and unapologetic' women in new Mesa art exhibit _ KJZZ's The Show.pdf

The Matriarchs of Washington Park exhibition retells stories of racial discrimination and segregation.

Published Tuesday, March 12, 2024

KJZZ FM interviews MCC alumna Antoinette Cauley about the Matriarchs of Washington Park & Future Matriarchs exhibit at the Art Gallery. Note: News segments containing mentions are not available online.

"Matriarchs of Washington Park recounts narratives of racial discrimination and segregation."

Published Tuesday, March 12, 2024

KAWC-FM mentions MCC alumna Antoinette Cauley and the Matriarchs of Washington Park & Future Matriarchs exhibit at the MCC Art Gallery. Note: News segments containing mentions are not available online.

Thunderbird Powwow returns to celebrate indigenous culture for day long event

Published Tuesday, March 12, 2024

The Mesa Legend interviews Andrea Preston, Jaden Bird, Cassandra Perez, Kadence Sayles and Kaitlyn Yazzie who attended the Thunderbird Pow Wow, hosted by the MCC American Indian Institute and the Inter-Tribal Student Organization. Thunderbird Powwow returns to celebrate indigenous culture for day long event – Mesa Legend_compressed.pdf

City, MCC expand college scholarships

Published Tuesday, March 12, 2024

The Mesa College Promise scholarship program at MCC being extended to include adults is reported by EastValley.com. City, MCC expand college scholarships eastvalleytribune.com_.pdf

Mesa College Promise Program Expands to Eligible Adult Learners

Published Tuesday, March 12, 2024

Signals/Talking Glass Media announces that the Mesa College Promise Program Expands to Eligible Adult Learners. Featured in the announcement are Mesa Mayor John Giles, MCC Interim President Kimberly Britt, Education Forward AZ CEO Rich Nickels, and Google Regional Head of Data Centers AZ Kate Franko. Google donated $100,000 to the expansion. Mesa College Promise Program Expands to Eligible Adult Learners - Signals AZ.pdf

Mesa City and Mesa Community College jointly unveil the expansion of the Mesa College Promise program.

Published Monday, March 11, 2024

KJZZ FM spotlights the expansion of the Mesa College Promise program to include adult learners at MCC. Note: News segments containing mentions are not available online. This segment aired multiple times.

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