Training held for Childcare Workers

Meridian Community College, Early Childhood Academy, The Beep Project, along with Excel by 5, hosted a free training for childcare and early childcare employees at the Tommy E. Dulaney Center, Saturday, July 13. Guest speaker for the event was Mary Jo Huff, author, storyteller, songwriter, and puppeteer. Huff, who lives in Indiana, came to Meridian …

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Johnson to lead MCC’s Arts & Letters Series

Bringing the combination of Meridian roots and passion for the arts, Susie Johnson will take the reins of Meridian Community College’s Arts & Letters Series as director of the signature entertainment program at MCC. In announcing Johnson’s selection, MCC President Dr. Thomas Huebner said Johnson is the perfect addition to the MCC family. “She is …

Allie Cat Run and Festival gift to impact MCC students

When Leslie and Bill Carruth lost their six-year-old daughter, Allie, in a tragic accident two years ago, local and area residents embraced the family with care. “The community surrounded us when the accident happened, so we are trying to give back to the community,” said Leslie. “And what better place to give than our very …

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MCC offers skills helping hand with program

Thanks to a unique program at Meridian Community College, incoming freshmen will have a chance to polish their English skills. Bridging the Gap, set for July 15-25, is an intensive, four-hour-a-day program designed for students needing an additional boost in their writing and grammar skills. The 8 a.m.-to-noon sessions are held Monday through Thursday, and …

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Celebrating good times

 With a standing-room-only Casteel Gallery full of students, faculty, staff and community members ready to greet him, MCC President Dr. Thomas Huebner was surprised. For the start of the 2019-2020 academic year on Monday, Dr. Huebner was feted with a surprise party celebrating his first year of service to MCC. “I don’t know what to …

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MCC offers short-term session Maymester

Meridian Community College’s Maymester, a mini-term during the break between spring finals and summer classes, will offer more than 20 courses, said Marie Roberts, director of the College’s e-Learning. “The Maymester term offers a unique opportunity to complete a college course in just three short weeks giving students the chance to enjoy summer while getting …

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Dollars for scholars

When the Radio People and Meridian Community College joined forces for the 17th annual job fair, both participants and vendors profited. Another beneficiary of the event: Outstanding MCC Media Production Technology students. Proceeds from the job fair are earmarked for the Radio People Scholarship which is funded through The MCC Foundation. This year, $1,450 was …

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