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David Pedersen, attorney for Mid-Plains Community College, administers the Oath of Office to Jo Etta Brown of Brule after she was selected as the MPCC Board of Governor’s District 2 representative Wednesday evening. Brown will complete the term of former board member David Lynch.
Instructor Jamie Mockry leads a group of future bakers in the McCook Community College Creative Kids Campus class, 1-2-3- cupcakes. Students in the third through fifth grade spent part of the morning Wednesday learning to bake and decorate cupcakes – and most importantly, they got to take their creations home when the class was done.
In an effort to simplify its annual Tech Fair, Mid-Plains Community College has revamped the annual competition, turning it into an online showcase of area high school tech projects.
McCook Community College is holding auditions Sunday for a special 911-themed performance of the highly acclaimed play “The Guys” to be performed Sept. 11 at the Fox Theater in McCook.
North Platte Community College and the Nebraska Department of Labor will co-host a Truck Driver Job Fair from 4 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 2, at the North Campus.
Southeast Community College business instructor RoxAnn Courdeyas presented Angie Chittick, North Platte Community College business and office technology instructor, with Delta Pi Epsilon’s “Outstanding Educator Award” during the Nebraska Career Education Conference June 2-5 in Kearney. Courdeyas was last year’s winner of the award.
Mid-Plains Community College’s newest custom car project – a ’67 Camaro RS 350/350 – will be on display at the Nebraskaland Days Antique Car show and Parade beginning at 9 a.m. on Friday, June 20. It will also be on display Friday afternoon at Walmart in North Platte.
Time is running out for Mid-Plains Community College’s Bridge Grant Program in the Medical Office Certificate program.
Faculty and staff at North Platte Community College prepare to give a Canteen-style greeting to participants of the NOW (Nebraska on Wheels) bus tour Wednesday at the college.
Six Mid-Plains Community College instructors were among those honored with BEST – Belong, Excel, Study and Travel – awards during the Nebraska Department of Education’s Nebraska Career Education Conference held recently in Kearney. Those who received awards were (left to right, standing) Jean Condon, Angie Chittick, Janet Stalder, Kathy McCune, (seated) Cathy Nutt and Lorrie Mowry.
Driver’s Education classes for area high school students will be offered at North Platte Community College from July 21-25. This course consists of 20 hours of classroom time and five hours of driving time as required by the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles.
STUDENTS spent part of their Wednesday morning creating a greenhouse garden as part of McCook Community College’s Creative Kids Campus Wednesday’s in June.
The following is a list of Mid-Plains Community College full-time students (from all campus locations) who completed 12 or more credit hours in college-level courses and maintained an overall 3.9 or greater (on a 4.0 scale) grade point average (GPA), which qualifies them for the President’s List for the Spring 2014 Term.
The following is a list of Mid-Plains Community College full-time students (all campus locations) who completed 12 or more credit hours in college-level courses and maintained an overall 3.5– 3.89 (on a 4.0 scale) grade point average (GPA), which qualifies them for the Dean’s List for the Spring 2014 Term.
A kickoff event for Mid-Plains Community College’s newest custom car project – a ’67 Camaro RS 350/350 – will take place from 4 to 7 p.m. Monday, June 9, at Bob Spady Buick GMC in North Platte. Raffle tickets are $10 each and no more than 6,000 will be sold.
Mid-Plains Community College Nurse Educator and Health Occupations Division Chair Marina Makovicka and McCook Community College Graphic Design Instructor Becky Meyers were honored with the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) excellence award at the 2014 International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence held May 25-28 in Austin, Texas.
The Mid-Plains Community College Rodeo Club officially became full-fledged college athletic team after a vote by the MPCC Board of Governors at their April meeting.
In memory of Dundy County residents Jim and Marjorie Reisher, the family has established a scholarship fund at Mid-Plains Community College designed to benefit current or prior residents of Dundy County or current/former students in the Dundy County-Stratton school system.