Community Resources

Whether you are hunting for a job, researching a particular topic or looking for something to do in your leisure time, MCC can help. MCC offers a variety of resources and services that are available to all members of the community.

  • Career Center - MCC´s Center offers assistance with career exploration, education and training opportunities and job search skills including résumé development, interviewing techniques, local labor market insights and job listings.
  • Community Education (Noncredit) - Community Education is focused on providing a variety of learning opportunities to build skills like using Excel and Word, learning a language or writing a resume; and to provide personal enrichment like learning to dance, watercolor painting, repairing your house or improving your mental and physical health. Offering lifelong learners short and productive courses is our goal.
    With a click you can view all Community Education courses, or if you prefer, you can view courses listed by category.
  • Library - Libraries are located at each of MCC´s three main campuses, and provide services to the residents of Dodge, Douglas, Sarpy and Washington counties. MCC´s libraries provide materials in multiple formats including books, magazines, newspapers, audiotapes, CD-ROMs, videos and DVDs. Print, non-print and e-book collections can be searched via GeoWeb, the library´s online catalog.
  • Sage Student Bistro - MCC’s teaching bistro is operated by students at MCC´s Institute for the Culinary Arts. It is located in the ICA building of the Fort Omaha Campus and is open to the public Mondays–Thursdays from 6 to 8:30 p.m., following the College calendar. The Bistro features gourmet cuisine, including appetizers, soups, salads, entrees and desserts at reasonable prices. A different menu is featured each week; you can also choose from a price fixed menu. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 531-622-2513 or directly from the Bistro web page.