Career Closet Offers Interview Attire
MCC's Career Closet, a free service for students, is at a new location at the Fort Omaha Campus. Located in Building 14, the closet offers a variety of business and business casual attire for students needing clothing for job interviews. Learn more and make an appointment at the Service-Learning website.
Safe and Healthy Campus Transportation
MCC aims to get more students and staff biking around campus with the Green Bike Program now at the Fort Omaha Campus as a free, environmentally friendly and healthy way to get around campus.
Students and staff at MCC's Fort Omaha Campus have free access to seven bright green bikes to pedal among campus buildings. Twenty-four new bike racks were installed on campus, and eight sharrows were painted on campus roads.
The green bikes are available free of charge on a first-come, first-serve basis to get around the Fort Omaha Campus only. Riders can visit www.mccneb.edu/green/greenbikes.asp to access the bikes' lock combination. Bicycle helmets are available for check out from the Library at no cost to participants in the Green Bike Program.
The Green Bike program is made possible through a partnership among MCC, Live Well Omaha, the Community Bike Shop and Green Street Cycles. The bikes were painted by students in MCC's Auto Collision Technology Program.
College 4 Kids Summer Camp Combines Fun and Education
For more than 25 years, College 4 Kids (ages 3-11) has mixed fun and learning in classes that feature science experiments, dancing, math games or babysitting basics, among others. Classes are still available during June and July. View the schedule here.
For the Bernal family, College 4 Kids provided an affordable way to get the whole family learning. Watch their testimonial.
MCC Launches Career Coach
Together with UNO, the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce and Avenue Scholars, MCC is launching a new job database for students and the Omaha community starting this summer via Career Services. Career Coach can help users explore careers, build a resume and see available jobs in the area. Visit Career Services to get started.
New at the Library
Topics among this month's new materials available at the MCC Library are homeland security, early childhood education and sustainable building materials. A complete list is available here.
5th Annual Diversity Matters Film Series
MCC's Fifth Annual Diversity Matters Film Series continues on June 15 with Ask Not, a documentary exploring the history of the U.S. military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy. A showing of the film and discussion will be 10:30 a.m.-noon at the South Omaha Campus Library Conference Rooms.
Graduation Application Deadline July 1
The deadline to apply for graduation for Summer quarter is July 1. Apply for graduation here.
Student Organization Food Drive Supports Open Door Mission, Food Bank
The Campus Crusade for Christ (a.k.a. The Blaze) Student Organization recently concluded a successful Food Drive at the Fort Omaha Campus. Large bins full of non-perishable items were donated to both the Open Door Mission and the Food Bank. Students were also awarded certificates from the Service Learning Department showing their number of volunteer hours since the beginning of the Spring quarter.
On May 19, the Open Door Mission came to FOC to help collect a portion of the items that had been donated by MCC students, faculty and staff. The students and faculty/staff advisors of The Blaze wish to thank everyone who helped to make the Food Drive a big success.
Advisors of The Blaze Student Organization at Fort Omaha Campus include: Victoria Alapo, Geography Instructor; Simone White, Student and Learning Support Services Assistant; and Gail L. Johnson, Faculty Secretary, Area Learning ACAD Affairs.