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    Free Tuition and Flexible Hours: Apply for the Associated Student Government

    We are still hiring for Associated Student Government positions. Come join us in advocating for students and making MHCC better!

    All positions are eligible for a 12-credit tuition waiver. Interested students can email rozina.lethe@mhcc.edu for more information or questions. Learn more about the ASG job descriptions.

    Clothesline Project

    Domestic Violence Awareness: Clothesline Project

    Pick up a t-shirt to decorate before Tuesday, October 19

    The Domestic Violence Clothesline Project aims to:

    • Bear witness to survivors and victims of interpersonal violence.
    • Help with the healing process of survivors or those who have lost a loved one to interpersonal violence.
    • Educate, document, provide resources and raise awareness of the extent of the problem in our campus community in October, during Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

    The t-shirts submitted will be on display in the Library Lobby from Tuesday, October 19 through Friday, October 29. If you would like to participate, pick up a t-shirt in AC 2330. We will be open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Decorate the shirt with saying or symbols of support, or express what has happened as a result of being a survivor of domestic violence. You can also decorate a t-shirt to support someone else.

    Angela Rico

    Domestic Violence: A Presentation for the Campus Community with Angela Rico

    Wednesday, October 20, 2021, 12 – 1 p.m.

    Virtual – Join Event
    Did you know that domestic violence is a leading cause of housing instability or that college students between 18-25 have a higher risk of experiencing domestic and dating violence? Do you wonder how you can promote healthy relationships, be an active bystander or prevent abuse from happening in the first place? Join Angela Rico from the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office Domestic Violence Unit.

    LGBTQ2IA+ History Month Gathering

    LGBTQ2IA+ History Month Gathering

    Wednesday, October 20, 2021, 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.

    Virtual – Register here
    Honor the history, build community and generate ideas to sustain community. We'll also share some exciting news.


    Multicultural & Diversity Resource Center Open House

    Wednesday, October 20, 2021, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

    Virtual – Register here
    Meet the leadership team of the Multicultural & Diversity Resource Center, learn about the programs and resources available, and build community with your fellow classmates.


    Free TriMet Hop Cards

    Are you having trouble finding transportation to and from college? Or are your transportation issues inhibiting your ability to be successful in school? Free TriMet Hop passes are available for currently enrolled students. For more information and to request a TriMet pass, please contact basicneeds@mhcc.edu.


    MESA Seeks Paid Student Mentors

    The MHCC Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) program is looking for student mentors for the 2021-2022 school year. Mentors are paid student workers who attend chapter meetings in East County middle and high schools one to two times a week, depending on student schedules. The commitment is five to 12 hours a week. Email robin.cousineau@mhcc.edu for more information!

    Extra Resources

    Extra Resources for Qualified Students Through TRIO

    Get individualized academic advising, scholarship support, tutoring, career coaching, workshops, peer mentors, university connections and more through TRIO. Students must plan to transfer to a university and meet one of these qualifications:

    • First-generation college student
    • Low-income
    • Documented disability

    Register for TRIO Information Session