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Vet Tech Visit Day

Vet Tech Visit Day

Muscatine Community College is hosting a Vet Tech Visit Day for anyone interested in learning more about the Veterinary Technology career field.

MCC Manufacturing Open House

MCC Manufacturing Open House

To get a good job in today's economy, it takes training. The kind of training available in Muscatine Community College's career technology programs.

MCC Fall Play - The Humans

MCC Fall Play - The Humans

The MCC Theatre Department will be performing The Humans the weekend before Thanksgiving. Just like your family Thanksgiving, this play is both dramatic and funny.

Ukraine: The History and Politics of Ukraine

Ukraine: The History and Politics of Ukraine

Three doctors from the Ukraine will be the featured speakers for an October 8 community event at Muscatine Community College (MCC). The presentation begins at 7 p.m. in the Student Center.

Community Read: Reading with Patrick

Community Read: Reading with Patrick

"Reading with Patrick, a Teacher, a Student, and a Life-Changing Friendship" is a memoir of race, inequality, and the power of literature told through the life-changing friendship between Kuo and her gifted student, jailed for murder in the Mississippi Delta

MCC Culinary and Hospitality Open Houses

MCC Culinary and Hospitality Open Houses

EICC has partnered with the Merrill Hotel to provide hands-on training for students in both programs and graduates are guaranteed a job interview with the hotel.

Big Sand Mound

Big Sand Mound

The preserve is open to the public only once every three years, and this is the year. In anticipation of that opening next month, MCC is hosting a special May 22 presentation, detailing the prairie and its history.

MCC to host April 11 Career Fair

MCC to host April 11 Career Fair

With unemployment rates at, or near, an all-time low, area employers are searching for qualified candidates. MCC is working with area employers to help in the effort.

Alexander Clark Speaker at MCC on February 27

Alexander Clark Speaker at MCC on February 27

In 1900, at a time when Jim Crow laws, segregation and the Ku Klux Klan kept blacks and whites separated, residents in Buxton, IA, a thriving coal mining town of 5,000 residents established by Consolidation Coal Company, lived, worked and went to school side by side.

 

 

 

 

 

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