Saturday, December 2nd from 10am to 2pm
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: Come for a visit and discover what it's like to be an MCC student!
Attend workshops to explore different fields, including:
- Behavioral Science
- Business Studies
- Computer Science/Cybersecurity
- Early Childhood Education
- Electrical Technology
- Engineering and Robotics
- Exercise Science
- Interior Design
- Liberal Arts
- Life Science/Biotechnology
- Social Science
- Teacher Education
While you're here, enjoy a FREE lunch and learn more about financial aid, MCC student services, transfer opportunities, student life and more! RSVP for Discover MCC Day.
Exploring MCC Workshops
Interested in a career in Nursing? MCC plays a pivotal role in educating tomorrow's nursing professionals. Join us for interactive lab experiences with MCC student nurses. Participants will use moderate fidelity manikins to learn about heart and lung sounds, learn proper hand washing technique, and the application of a sterile dressing with sterile gloves. Participants will also have the opportunity to meet Sim Man the high fidelity/high tech life-like manikin that simulates patients with a wide range of ages and illnesses.
"A Taste of Business"
Using McDonald's as a case study, this workshop will touch upon the different disciplines within business (i.e. Management, Marketing, Accounting).
"Calling All Humans!"
We invite you to a conversation about studying the Humanities (art, literature, film, sociology, psychology, history, writing). What is the value of this education? What are the obstacles? Can you truly find a way to pursue your art/passion AND have a career? Come to this session if you have an answer to the question "What do you want to be when you grow up?" that sounds more like a dream OR if you have no answer yet at all.
In this workshop, students will assemble an inspiration board for a space of their choosing. See a brief demo on how to setup a board and find inspirational images portraying the overall concept and feel for your space! Students will then upload the boards to share their ideas with the class.
Students and guests will tour all the labs in the Advanced Manufacturing Program and see all the opportunities for hands-on, project-based learning. Witness demonstrations on 3D printing, laser cutting and robotics. Our program is student-centered and focuses on teaching technicians good troubleshooting skills and problem solving, while offering a pathway to a 4-year degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology. Current students and faculty will be on hand to answer questions and share their experience in the Advanced Manufacturing Program.
Come learn about HVAC by learning about the refrigeration cycle, doing a rigging demo and freezing grapes!
In this workshop, students will learn plasma cutting or Mig welding to fabricate an awesome and useful metal napkin holder.
Use a low voltage relay system to connect various electrical experiments and see how electricity really works!
Are those photos that were on the thumb drive you formatted really gone? Learn how to recover pictures from that thumb drive. Students will recover files, homework, papers, and pictures from a thumb drive that has previously been erased.
"General Car Maintenance"
Learn about some of the most common car maintenance issues and learn more about how your car works!
Early Childhood Education
Come join the Early Childhood Education Program for a hands-on opportunity to learn about various educational and career options for anyone interested in working with children birth through age 8. In addition to leaning about the program, participants will be given the opportunity to tour the on-campus Child Development Center and hear anecdotes from current and past students.
Have you ever considered a career in education? An education degree typically leads to classroom teaching, however, did you know that the field of education is so varied that there are hundreds of different careers that can be accomplished with a basis in education? Come meet with faculty from the MCC Teacher Education Program to learn more about certificate and degree options, transfers, and possible future careers!
Exercise science students study the science of human movement. They also learn how to help people live healthier lives through exercise, rehabilitation, and nutrition. Attend this workshop to learn more about our program and career pathways. Participate in posture assessments and learn about common postural deviations and the importance in correcting.
"Discover Biotechnology and MCC's Life Science Program"
This workshop will consist of a chance to extract DNA and use equipment in our genetics laboratory. Students will also be given an overview of opportunities in our Life Science Program.
"Socrates versus the Modern Citizen Slacker: The Case for Studying Social Sciences"
Are you dissatisfied or confused about the present state of humanity and human affairs? In response to this question, this presentation will make the case for studying the social sciences at MCC. At MCC, Social Science classes include: Anthropology, Archaeology, World Geography, World Religions, Western Civilization, American Government, U.S. History, Political Science, and more.
"Start Your Story"
MCC has an active writing community and we look forward to new writers and creators! In this workshop, students will experiment with short fiction techniques, magnetic poetry, true narratives, and all the fun that comes in playing with words. Begin your important story with us!
"Transfer to a 4-year College or University after MCC?"
Find the answers at the Transfer Workshop! Admissions representatives from a variety of Colleges and Universities will present helpful information to students who are interested in transferring after MCC. Come to learn more about a specific major, what you can do to sucessfully transfer to a four year college, and plan ahead!