Monthly Archive:: July 2014

Campus Life

MCC’s longest serving president to retire M. Richard Shaink, Ph.D., who has served as MCC’s president longer than any of his predecessors, has announced his retirement. Dr. Shaink began his tenure as president in 2000. Often described

Careers in Science are Waiting for You

Have you ever sat in a mathematics or science class wondering why you would need this information and what the course had to do with a future career? If so, you’re not alone. There is a decline

Kelly Johnson: From MCC to Outer Space

Numerous graduates of Mott Community College have gone on to notable careers, from U.S. Senator Don Riegle to Federal Judge Paul Gadola. In Science, one of the most famous graduates of MCC is the aeronautical engineer and

Women in Science

“One of the things that I really strongly believe in is that we need to have more girls and women interested in math, science, and engineering. We’ve got half the population that is way underrepresented in those

Advanced Manufacturing is Experiencing a Shortage of Skilled Workers

This part of the world was built on manufacturing. From the early days of the carriage industry through the golden days of General Motors, Flint and Genesee County always knew how to make things. Although industry has

Get into one of today’s Hottest Careers: CADD

Mott Community College is on the cutting edge of technical product design, frequently referred to as Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD or “CAD and Design”). Mott has been a hot bed for companies looking for technical

Mott’s CADD Students Tackle Engineering Assignment at GM

Real world problems are brought to the classroom for students in Mott Community College’s Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) program. Students in Dennis Hughes’ CADD class worked on a ‘real world’ problem for the GM Flint

New MCC Corrections Training Program: Preps Graduates for High Demand Jobs

The job market for corrections officers in Michigan is booming, and Mott Community College student Steven LaMay of Flint is already reporting for duty. LaMay, who is studying Criminal Justice at MCC, recently completed Michigan Department of

Michigan Transfer Agreement

The days of wasting time and money on credits that don’t transfer may soon be over. New agreement makes transfer between Michigan colleges and universities easier The Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) goes into effect with the Fall

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