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Community Connection - Spring 2010
Community Connection

Volume 3 Issue 1

MCC Opens ´Gateway´ to Help Students Graduate

Nationally, about one-third of high school students don´t graduate. This fall, Metropolitan Community College (MCC) hopes to improve that statistic through the Gateway to College program.
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Where Fine Dining and Education are the Perfect Pair

Culinary arts fans now have a sweet treat in Omaha. MCC´s Institute for the Culinary Arts will celebrate the grand opening of its state-of-the-art facility March 22.
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Renovation Moves Forward at Omaha Campuses

Two renovation projects slated for completion this year will help ease the growing demands of MCC: the Mule Barn on the Fort Omaha Campus and the Industrial Training Center on the South Omaha Campus.
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MCC Board of Governors Elects 2010 Officers

Newly elected Board of Governors Chairwoman Crystal Rhoades hopes to be a uniting leader as MCC tackles a number of key issues.
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Secondary Partnerships Ease Transition from High School

MCC makes it easy for high school students to jumpstart their college education through secondary partnerships. Whether it´s online, at an MCC location or in their high school classrooms, thousands of students each year are exploring career possibilities and earning college credit for their efforts—all while paying half-price tuition.
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In a Nutshell: Secondary Partnerships

High school students can take any of the classes MCC offers. Among the options: Arabic, art, welding, dental assisting, information technology and many more.
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Did You Know

The College 4 Kids program is 25 years old.
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Summer Programs Give Taste of College

After 25 years, MCC´s affordableand fun summer programs continue to keep parents, children and teens coming back again and again.
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Faculty Profile: Ed Bohlman

Computer Programming Technology Instructor
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Dates to Learn

Important dates for Spring quarter 2010.
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