Welcome to the MHCC Alumni Network
Whether you attended MHCC in the past, a graduate or transfer student – you are a part of the MHCC family!
MHCC has played a major role in each of our lives. In many ways we owe our success and our careers to the education we completed while attending MHCC.
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(Excerpts from recent alumni emails, send us your story)
“I graduated from the Funeral Service Education Program at MHCC. I am working as a Funeral Director in Washington and have been since June of 2009.”
“I looked forward to attending MHCC for years, but had to wait until my children had grown/moved out of the house, and at age 50, went back to college at MHCC. My time spent in Gresham was not only educational, but humbling (being out of work for 9 months), and rewarding. This was a big kick I needed to put my second chosen career into high gear.”
“Thanks very much to my continuing education from MHCC.”
Douglas, class of 2009
“I believe that the classes I attended at MHCC helped me with obtaining my new career in the insurance industry.The skills I obtained from the medical receptionist class, especially the medical terminology was most beneficial and my computer classes another helpful skill.”
“I want to wish all the students at MHCC best of luck in pursuing their new careers.”
Karen, class of 2002
“Hello! I graduated with a Forest Technology Degree and now work for the Mt. Hood National Forest.”
Michelle, class of 1994
“In 1998, I was working as a structural steel fabrication supervisor overseeing projects in every state in America.”
“I went back to school to become a mechanical engineer. After a couple of terms at MHCC I discovered that, by adding a few classes to my schedule, I could pick up another degree. By the end of the two year program I graduated with associate’s degreesin Civil, Mechanical and Architectural Engineering and a Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society membership. It was a lot of work but I loved every minute of it.”
“I started my own construction company and enjoyed 12 years of profitable work as a general contractor. I still keep in touch with a few of my instructors at MHCC. My wife is not attending classes.”
“My family would like to thank you for providing such a quality environment to learn and grow.”
Todd, class of 1998