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Many Fall classes are available until Aug. 22. The "mini-mester" starts Oct. 17. Financial aid may still be available for students who qualify.
MCC's Criminal Justice Technology program provides knowledge of criminal-justice systems: law enforcement, judicial processes, corrections, and security services.
On March 16, four MCC students were awarded a SECU Foundation Continuing Education Scholarship, valued at $750 each. Scholarship recipients included Zakiya Harvey, Brandon Martinez, Joyce Cotten, and Wanda Williams-Winston.
The SECU Foundation is member-funded by State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU) members. Launched in 2013, the scholarship program focuses on assisting the needs of North Carolina's unemployed and underemployed citizens, military veterans, and members of the North Carolina National Guard seeking short-term job training for new careers or retraining to advance current job skills.
In March, twelve Martin County High School students received training on Six Sigma, which is a set of techniques designed to improve the quality of manufacturing process output. The students came from Riverside and South Creek High Schools. The effort was a collaboration among MCC, the Martin County EDC (Economic Development Commission), and Martin County Schools.
The program was designed to introduce local students to local manufacturing. It was developed by Martin County’s EDC in response to local industries seeking qualified employees.
College officials are pleased to announce that Melissia Spivey became the College's Business Services Technician for Accounts Payable on March 19.
Spivey, a resident of Windsor, earned her diploma in Business Computer Programming from MCC and her Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Shaw University.