MCC Welcomes New SGA President, Judith Mendoza Hernandez


Meet MCC student and Student Government Association President Judith Mendoza Hernandez! Judith was born in Pinehurst, lived in Biscoe for five years, then started first grade in Troy where she has lived ever since. She attended Montgomery West Middle School, works an outside job today, and is currently enrolled in the Career & College Promise […]

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Always on the Gunsmithing Path


Since he was 10 years old, Alexander Velasco Rosales (Alex) had a pretty good idea he would end up as a gunsmith. As a middle schooler, Alex was fascinated by guns, his first being a typical BB gun. He spent two years at East Montgomery High School, moved to Montgomery Central High School for his […]

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MCC Renews Focus on NRA Courses

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Montgomery Community College is pleased to welcome Michael Gardner as its new Facilitator of Short-Term Gunsmithing Courses. Michael spent his earlier years in the state of New York where he worked in a variety of fields including construction, banking and investments, operating a dairy/creamery and managing a dental office. He also served with various Non-Governmental […]

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MCC Hosts Extrication Weekend

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In late May, MCC’s Department of Health & Public Safety hosted an Extrication Weekend. Extrication is the process of removing a vehicle from around a person who has been involved in a motor vehicle collision, when conventional means of exit are impossible or inadvisable. First responders use a delicate approach in order to minimize injury […]

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Leadership Montgomery Celebrates 27th Graduating Class


Judy Stevens, retired Chamber and Economic Development Director, discovered leadership programs being offered in other counties around North Carolina and wanted to implement a local program to generate awareness of the “Golden Opportunities” that exist in Montgomery County. “Leadership Montgomery” kicked off in the fall of 1994 with 29 participants representing private businesses, municipalities and […]

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MCC Pins This Year’s Nursing Classes


Fourteen students, three with an Associate Degree in Nursing and eleven from the Practical Nursing program received a commemorative pin and a nurse’s cap to remember their accomplishments. Graduates include Heaven Cagle, Kamisha Clark, Karla Dunn, Aubrey Grace Goldston, Abigail Hurley, Scottia Kelly, Alaina Kimrey, Deanna Leake, Cheyenne Little, Levi McLeod, Mandy Moore, Taurice Nails, […]

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MCC Celebrates BLET Graduates


Ten Basic Law Enforcement Training students celebrated their graduation from MCC’s BLET program on the evening of May 8, 2023. Madison Nicole Atkins, Lena Joann Buchanan, Brandon Storm Cox, Shenea Olivia Dumas, Austin James Forro, Brandie Carole Jenett Hutchison, Patrick Tyler Mabe, Gregory Harvey Morris, Christian Marie Soles and Alison May Sweet received their certificates […]

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MCC Releases Kids’ Summer Camp Schedule


All camps are free, and open to children in grades 4-8. Limited camp sizes, transportation not provided. Please call 910-898-9672 for more information and to register your child. June 19-21, 9AM –12 PM Whistle Stop Cafe Culinary Camp This delicious camp, designed for kids who share a passion for cooking, baking and possibly a career […]

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MCC Employees Complete Leadership Program

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Two MCC employees recently completed the North Carolina Community College Leadership Program. Jessica Hamilton, Director of Business & Industry Services and Amy Frieary, Dean of Health and Human Services finished the six-month leadership program designed to provide participants with organized, face-to-face experiences to help them develop skills needed to lead in a community college atmosphere. […]

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MCC Welcomes Smith to Helm of Continuing Education Department

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Montgomery Community College is pleased to announce Hunter Smith as its new Dean of Continuing Education. He holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from UNC-Pembroke, a master’s degree in educational leadership from Northern Arizona University, and is currently pursuing a doctoral degree from Liberty University in higher education administration. Prior to accepting this role, Hunter […]

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