Lunch will be included.
Transportation and childcare are available.
The event will include a 40-minute workshop called the Balancing Act. This workshop talks about how students with other life responsibilities can make education possible while working and having a family. We hope that this will make untraditional students see that increasing their education is possible. This workshop is also an orientation requirement that will be already completed by attending the event.
After a tour of the campus and lunch, there will be an open house where people can go to any of the following programs and do a hands-on activity and meet the professors. MCC has some great activities planned such as a virtual welder. Many of these programs range from a certificate program to an associates degree.
-Administrative Office Support-
HISET(formerly known as GED) and ELL services information will be available too.
After the open house, a computer lab and MCC staff will be available to help with express enrollment and applications for financial aid. If people decide they want to pursue a program this will be a great opportunity for them to get their application done. There will also be information available on community resources to help remove barriers to education such as childcare and transportation. Classes start January 22nd, 2019.
People can register at eicc.edu/possible. Space for this event will be limited. Register by November 21st so that we order the appropriate amount of food for lunch.