August 2017

July 2017

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    MHCC’s Sustainability, Health and Safety Program Prepares Students for In-Demand Jobs

    A new report titled “The State of Safety,” from the nonprofit National Safety Council, ranks Oregon and Washington among the seven U.S. states with the best track records in workplace safety.

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    MHCC Foundation Establishes Scholarship to Honor College Supporters

    The MHCC Foundation Finance Committee recently established a new annual scholarship that will honor a local community member or an MHCC employee or board member who has shown exemplary service to the college.

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    MHCC Names New Interim Co-Head Track & Field Coaches

    Fernando Fantroy Sr. and Kelly Holding, assistant coaches under head coach Doug Bowman, will serve as interim co-head coaches during the 2018 season. Coach Bowman passed away in May following a year-long battle with brain cancer.

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    Fred Schnell, 2017 NWAC Hall of Fame Inductee

    Mt. Hood Community College Health and Physical Education instructor Fred Schnell keeps a list of people he thinks deserve to be inducted into the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) Hall of Fame. And each spring, when the Conference begins accepting regional nominations, he tracks down that list and submits a couple of names to MHCC Athletic Director Kim Hyatt.

June 2017

May 2017

April 2017

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    MHCC’s East Metro STEAM Partnership: Science, Art, Paint & Slime

    Grant money from the state-funded East Metro STEAM Partnership (EMSP) – overseen by Mt. Hood Community College – will allow the Full STEAM students to continue projects like these, as well as attend field trips to local museums and science centers, all with the goal of engaging more young people in science and the arts.

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    MHCC Raises Awareness of Sexual Assault with Two Events

    April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) – a month devoted to raising awareness of sexual violence and how to prevent this crime. This year’s theme, “Engaging New Voices,” builds on the idea that we are stronger together, and that new organizations and community members are needed to expand sexual assault prevention efforts.

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    May GO Bond to Fund Safety, Security and Deferred Maintenance Projects

    This May, Mt. Hood Community College will ask voters in its district to approve a $75 million general obligation bond. MHCC has not passed a GO bond since 1974, and these funds will allow the college to better prepare for future academic demands and potential challenges and to repair its aging infrastructure.

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    Award-winning Author and Education Advocate to Speak at MHCC

    When Jonathan Mooney talks about his vision for an inclusive 21st century educational model – one that accounts for neurodiversity and different learning styles and de-normalizes the notion of the “normal” student – he sees something akin to a community college.

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    Notice of Budget Committee Meeting

    A public meeting of the Budget  Committee of the Mt. Hood Community College District, which encompasses parts  of Multnomah, Clackamas and Hood River Counties, State of Oregon, to discuss  the budget for the fiscal year July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018 will be held in  the Board Room, AC 2359, at 26000 SE Stark Street, Gresham, Oregon.

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    MHCC Forensics Finishes Second in Debate at National Competition in Virginia

    Four members of the Mt. Hood Community College Forensics (speech and debate) Team won second place in the Debate Sweepstakes at the 80th Phi Rho Pi National Tournament and community college championships held in Tysons, Va.

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    MHCC Visual Arts Department Presents: The Annual Regional High School Art Exhibit

    A tradition spanning more than two decades, the Annual Regional High School Art Exhibit at Mt. Hood Community College celebrates the talent of high school artists from throughout the Gresham area.

March 2017