MCC Unveils New Student Counseling Center


Montgomery Community College (MCC) is pleased to announce the opening of its new Student Counseling Center! The facility is located in Room 129 in Blair Hall (formerly known as building 100), just around the corner from its previous location. When students enter the new Center they will be met with an open, spacious common area […]

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Brave, Simple Choices Build a New Foundation

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In 2008, Shannon Thompson and her husband found themselves in a very difficult situation. The economic recession had backed the couple and their three children into a corner, and the Albemarle residents were facing bankruptcy and the loss of their home. Thompson reflects back on their former life, and remembers long stretches of money mismanagement […]

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MCC Supports AmeriQual Aseptic’s Workforce Development Needs

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If someone told you a company could provide quality, customized training to employees at no cost, would you believe it? Well, it’s true, and made possible through a collaboration between AmeriQual Aseptic, Montgomery Community College (MCC) and the state of North Carolina. Montgomery Community College was awarded the task of managing $137,211 to meet the […]

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MCC Welcomes Hairston as Trustee

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Montgomery Community College is pleased to announce the arrival of Mrs. Shyla Hairston to its Board of Trustees. Hairston, a resident of Mount Gilead, replaces George Gilbreath as the newest MCC board member appointed by Governor Roy Cooper. Hairston was approached by a friend about the board opportunity. “He said I should apply, that I […]

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MCC Launches GEER Scholarship Funding

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The North Carolina State Board of Community Colleges recently approved a $72,750 allocation from the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Scholarship Fund to Montgomery Community College. These funds were made available through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and awarded to the North Carolina Office of the Governor by the U.S. Department […]

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MCC Renews Contracts with State and Federal Partners to Help Connect Montgomery County Job Seekers With Area Employers

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If you are a Montgomery County resident at least 16 years old and find yourself without a job or the means to find one, a team of people at Montgomery Community College are ready to bring all of their resources to bear on your situation. This summer the College renewed agreements to implement the state’s […]

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MCC Students Drawn to Google® IT Support Professional Certificate Program


MCC has filled its third cohort of students pursuing new opportunities or a new work-from-home career. The Google® IT Support Professional Certificate, an online training program developed by Google® and hosted by Montgomery Community College, teaches students the skills needed to start a career in IT support, which is one of the fastest growing fields […]

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SECU Scholarships Fund Training for Wallace-Dunn HVAC Employees


Have you ever heard the term upskilling? The term describes a relatively recent workplace trend that facilitates continuous learning for employees. Individuals can “up their skills” by participating in training programs and development opportunities that expand an employee’s abilities and minimize any skill gaps they may have. MCC’s Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Technology program […]

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MCC Announces Stipends and Scholarships for Firefighting Students


MCC students pursuing firefighting designations are eligible to receive either a stipend or a scholarship through a firefighter recruitment and retention initiative funded by the Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) Foundation of North Carolina. Both adult and high school students are eligible for the program, classes will begin in January 2021. The BCBS Foundation of […]

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MCC Welcomes Largest Law Enforcement Training Class in College History


Montgomery Community College welcomes 22 candidates to its fall 2020 Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) program. Five women and 17 men comprise the cohort, which will spend evenings and some weekends together for the next seven months with an expected May 2021 graduation. The group of 22 represents the largest enrollment in the program’s history, […]

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