Diesel is for Power! Bradley Fair, a Junior from West Middlesex, changes the main bearings on an M11 Cummins. Michael Nevel & Christopher Negrea, Juniors from West Middlesex, hook up air lines after a transmission swap. Power up your Education!
Engine tear down & assembly in Diesel Technology! Seniors Wilson Nickel and Alex Tomson remove pistons from a John Deere B. Seniors Noah Metheney & Ryder Knierman check the liner height on a 40 Series Detroit. Junior Devin McCurry sets valves on a 24 valve Cummins. Awesome Job!!
Welcome to Diesel Technology! Matt Miller & Damian VanTassel, Lakeview Seniors, service a diesel mower. Mark Tatta, a Reynolds Senior, puts a transmission in a Class 8 Int Truck. Ryan Varano & Chayton Mittelstadt, Jamestown Juniors, get ready to set the head on a 466 Int Engine.
Congratulations to our MCCC STRIVE Students of the Week – Wyatt Guthrie. Wyatt is a Senior from Commodore Perry High School and was selected by his Automotive Technology Instructor, Mr. Dean. Wyatt is a second-year student this year and works hard every day to complete tasks. Wyatt is a straight A student who comes to class ready to succeed. Wyatt will make an excellent employee with his work ethic and ability to learn. Congratulations Wyatt!
Congratulations to our MCCC STRIVE Students of the Week – Jamison Patton. Jamison is a Junior from Grove City High School and was selected by her Innovation and Entrepreneurial Development Instructor, Mrs. Schneider. Jamison is an outstanding student who is extremely talented and always goes above and beyond what is asked of her. Her work is exemplary and always completed on time. She is always willing to step up to a challenge. She has a great personality and rapport with all students in our class. Congratulations Jamison!
MCCC Practical Nursing Program is still accepting applications for our January 2020 nursing class. Prospective applicants should contact the PN Coordinator at 724-662-3000 for further information and application instructions.
Greenville Rotary recently donated a hydration station to MCCC. This was part of a Rotary project to outfit Northern Mercer County Schools with hydration stations in all of their buildings. This is just another example of Rotary supporting our students here at MCCC.
Wyatt Guthrie a Senior from Commodore Perry works on replacing a wiring harness on a 1983 Chevy Truck in the Automotive Technology program. Awesome Job Wyatt!
Join MCCC for Open House!! This is a great opportunity to start planning for your future!
Give your career a lift in the Automotive Technology program!! Students work on a front end alignment using the alignment machine. Students also drain a radiator and work on rewiring a golf cart. Students learn the skills they need to repair today’s modern vehicles.
Students in the Automotive Technology program service the MCCC School’s plow truck. Students work on the brakes making sure they are cleaned and in working condition. Students also clean the rust off of the brake pads as they begin preparing vehicles for winter weather.
Balance out your options in Automotive Technology! Students in the program work on dismounting and mounting a tire. Justin Ort, a Junior from Lakeview, adds battery acid to a brand new motorcycle battery. Keep up the good work!!
Great News! MCCC will now be offering Class A CDL training at the Career Center. For more information call 814-670- 0726.
Check out the potential in Innovation & Entrepreneurial Development!! Students in this program advertise, promote, market and sell. Classroom knowledge and skill is put to work when students run the school store. Great Job!
A student in Innovation & Entrepreneurial Development built and printed a soccer ball on our 3D Printer. 3D Printing is the process of making a physical object from a three dimensional digital model. Below are the images of the process.
Innovation & Entrepreneurial Development students work on creating a design of a hopscotch game for our Early Childhood Education class using Adobe Photoshop. The design will then be printed on our vinyl printer and installed on their classroom floor.
Here is a finished car wrapped in its entirety that instructors Corey Sherman and Stephanie Schneider helped to create! Look for some amazing creations in the upcoming months at MCCC.
MCCC's Collision Repair & Refinishing instructor, Corey Sherman and Innovation & Entrepreneurial Development instructor, Stephanie Schneider attended a Wrap class this past week. These are the before, during, and after of each instructor wrapping a hood to a car! Awesome Job!
MCCC was proud to host PA State Representative Ted Nesbit and staff as he met with area seniors for an informational breakfast at the Career Center. MCCC Culinary Arts Students provided the breakfast buffet.
If you are looking for a bright and shiny career, look into the MCCC Welding program! Our program focuses on instruction of many industry specific types of welding and cutting techniques. Students get a hands-on real world experience every day.