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    Commencement 2021
    June 12 – More Details Coming Soon!

    Commencement 2021

    Commencement planning is in the works! We will celebrate our class of 2021 with a special, modified ceremony on June 12.

    More details about Commencement will be shared soon.
    Here are some must-knows:

    Multicultural Student Graduation

    Multicultural Student Graduation Celebration

    May 28, 12 - 12:30 p.m.
    Virtual – 
    Click here to register

    MHCC values the diverse community represented on our campus and we believe it is important to honor and celebrate the hard work and achievements of our community, especially right now. Our lives have been changed and challenged over the past year as we continue to wrestle with the pandemic and you have persisted in your studies. We are so proud of you and hope you will join us for this celebration!

    Who can participate?
    Any and all graduates are invited! The term "multicultural" spans a wide variety of identities, including race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, family structure, religion and anything else that makes you, you.

    Hop

    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 eligible students now through June 2021.
    For more information and to request a TriMet pass, contact one of the following:

    DC Raja

    Drag Superstar and Make-up Artist: Raja!

    April 23, 4-6 p.m.
    Virtual - Register by emailing Kelly.Gernhart@mhcc.edu

    Join Raja Gemini, winner of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 3, for this LIVE Zoom event. Raja will be doing a full make-up tutorial on facial transformations!

    BIPOC

    Positive Mind, Positive Impact Info. Session

    April 12, 11 a.m. - Noon
    Virtual – 
    Click here to register

    Are you interested in joining a Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) peer group to discuss and support each other's mental health? Positive Mind, Positive Impact is a virtual peer-support group that will meet once a week, for one hour, throughout the term to build community and support regarding mental well-being for BIPOC at MHCC.

    Peace Conference March

    7th Annual Peace and Justice Conference

    April 15, 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Virtual – Click here to register

    Join us as we celebrate the lives of Nobel Peace Prize recipients and leaders of non-violent resistance.
    Guest Speakers and Topics

    • Keynote by Justin Michael Williams - Author, transformational speaker and top-20 recording artist
    • "Liberating Us All" by Traci Simmons - MHCC Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
    • "Calming Stress and Anxiety" by Miyuki Pollmann - Certified Practitioner of Eden Energy Medicine, Body Talk and Flower Essence, Energy and Harmony
    • "Nonviolent Language as a Tool for Racial Justice and Harmony" by Doyle Banks - Facilitator, coach and trainer

    There will also be time for Q&A with each presenter, a discussion panel, Peace Pole Presentation and more events throughout the day.

    the impossible project

    From Impossible to I'm Possible

    April 13, 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
    Virtual – Click here to register

    Author and survivor of suicide loss, Joshua Rivedal will discuss the loss of his father to suicide, his own depression and suicidal ideation while in college and how he got help. He will also talk about why people think of suicide, risk factors, signs and symptoms of suicidal thinking and how to intervene if someone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts.

    Spring Term Club Fair

    April 19 – 23

    Looking to get involved at Mt. Hood Community College? Have you ever thought of joining a club? Well, you still can! Come join us at our Virtual Club Fair on Social Media. Stop by the club fair and see everything the College has to offer. There's a club for everyone, and if you don't find what you're looking for then learn how to start a club of your own.

    Take Back the Night

    Take Back the Night

    April 28 at 2 p.m.
    Virtual – Click here to register

    According to the Take Back The Night Foundation, 1 in 3 women worldwide experience some form of sexual violence or intimate partner violence. 1 in 6 men experience sexual violence. Among both men and women, less than 50 percent of victims report these types of crimes.

    Join us for this session where we will work to create safe communities and respectful relationships by ending sexual assault, violence, dating violence, sexual abuse and all forms of sexual violence.

    Virtual Multicultural & Diversity Resource Center Open House

    APRIL 14, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
    Virtual – Click here to register

    Join us for our Multicultural & Diversity Resource Center Open House! Meet the MDRC leadership team, learn about the programs and resources available, and build community with your fellow classmates and colleagues. For any additional questions, contact Ernesto.vasquez@mhcc.edu

    Come and Argue with Us! – Join the MHCC Forensics Team

    Who are we?

    We are a competitive Speech and Debate team that gives students the opportunity to develop and improve their speaking, analytical and critical thinking skills. You’ll get a chance to compete against other colleges and universities in the northwest and across the country, while also getting valuable feedback from communication professionals! You’ll expand your horizons, develop important career skills while earning college credit toward your degree.

    Contact Shannon.Valdivia@mhcc.edu for more information.

    MHJF

    Virtual Mt. Hood Jazz Festival

    April 30 - May 2
    Livestreamed for Free on Facebook and YouTube

    The Mt. Hood Jazz Fest returns virtually this year with performances and masterclasses all via livestream for free.

    Livestream Links

    Virtual Visual Arts HS Student Exhibition

    April 5 - May 7, 2021

    On the MHCC Visual Arts Facebook Page

    ART Supplies

    MHCC Bookstore Spring Sale

    30 % OFF Discount

    The sale includes all drawing, painting, sculpture and calligraphy items. Excludes Art Kits.