New job opportunities at MCC
Ready for an exciting, challenging career at a fast-paced college? Check out MCC's current employment opportunities
for the latest on how you can serve the college and your community,
Basic Law-Enforcement Training (BLET) starts July 28
Looking to start a career in law enforcement? You'll need training; the latest BLET program will begin at MCC on July 28 (previously July 7). For more information, contact the college's BLET Coordinator, Wayland Mitchell, at 252-789-0267 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org
New Martin Messenger released
The July edition of the Martin Messenger
has been released. See it now
Larry Johnson joins college as Fire-Training Coordinator
Larry Johnson has accepted a position to serve as the college's new Fire-Training Coordinator. Johnson comes to the college with thirty years of experience as a firefighter. He has also worked for the city of Rocky Mount fire
department and as a Battalion Chief in the Operations Division.
Naomi Roberts wins patients' choice award
Naomi Roberts, Emergency Room RN at Martin General Hospital and Nurse-Aid Instructor for the college, was presented with the hospital's annual Patient Choice
Award on June 1. Among the comments submitted with her nominations: "compassionate, efficient, dedicated, thorough, encouraging, always willing to help, goes above and beyond the call of duty, and the best nurse ever!"
Roberts has worked for the hospital for 15 years and has trained Nurse Aids at MCC for five years.
Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) gets a fresh look
Wayland Mitchell, the new
BLET director at the college, is
pleased to announce that when
the program starts anew on July
7, the students will be meeting
in a freshly painted classroom,
equipped with new furniture,
training equipment, and technology. This is part of the college's strategic plan to provide current
and cutting-edge technology in its curriculum programs.
NC Volunteer Fireman's Association supports MCC
A regional chapter of the NC Volunteer Fireman's Association met on the campus of MCC on June 25. Immediately following their meeting, the group's president, Mr. William Harkley, and other member's of the organization, presented MCC's Director of Basic Skills, Jeri Griffin, with a generous gift of $1,200. The money will be used to pay for GED testing fees which, over the past year, have increased from $35 to $104, making it impossible for many to obtain their high-school equivalency credential.