Paul Rickert, an 11th grader from Reynolds, machines his project to length while another student uses the media blaster to sand blast his project. The water jet in Precision Production Metals is programmed and used to fabricate parts for the student uniform rack.
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Today in Precision Production Metals first year students work on their NIMS benchmark projects. Students also use a horizontal band saw and a tubing bender to make racks for their new student uniforms.
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Cara Dougherty, a student in the Innovation & Entrepreneurial Development program, was crowned West Middlesex’s homecoming queen this past weekend. Congratulations!!
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Highlights this week come from our Precision Production Metals class. Students work on their National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS). Bradley Poole, a junior from Lakeview creates parts for an excavator. The parts could no longer be bought so he manufactured them.
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Congratulations to our MCCC STRIVE Student of the Week – Kiara Devinney. Kiara is a Senior from Lakeview High School and was selected by her Health Care Careers Instructor, Mrs. Stainbrook. Kiara is a second year student this year and she is a diligent worker who exceeds expectations. Her goal is to become a nurse and she is exhibiting the type of motivation that it takes to reach that result. Her strong points are critical thinking skills and decision making, which will make her a great asset to any health care team. Congratulations Kiara!
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student of the week- hcc
The MCCC School Store is Now Open! Carpentry students helped build and set up shelving units while our Innovation and Entrepreneurial Development students run the store. Stop in and check it out!!
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Innovation
Innovation
Innovation
Innovation
Chef Jeff Cecil, Sullivan Univ. Chef Rep returned to our Culinary Arts class to introduce students to the types of culinary delights they could learn to create at post-secondary ed at Sullivan. Chef Jeff enlightened students with tales of his experience in the culinary field.
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Chef Jeff Cecil and Morning Culinary Arts Students
Chef Jeff Cecil and Afternoon Culinary Arts Students
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MCCC Protective Services class welcomed Joe Johnson, Director of Field Ops for In-Sync Systems, a police information management system, for a presentation on the software that In-Sync donated to the PRS program for student use.
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Protective Service Students, Instructor Ed Carter, Guest Speaker Joe Johnson, In-Sync Systems
In-Sync Business Information
Today, students in Health Care Careers continue to practice their skills for Nurse Aide. Students practice patient bed positions as well as assisting to ambulate using a transfer belt. Medical terminology is focused on to further help students understand their environment.
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Health Care Careers
Health Care Careers
Health Care Careers
Health Care Careers highlights include learning and practicing skills for Nurse Aide. Students practice taking blood pressures and bathing an infant. Students gain an understanding of the health care environment, anatomy, and physiology while enrolled in Health Care at MCCC.
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Health Care Careers
Health Care Careers
Health Care Careers
Health Care Careers
Early Childhood Education students got out into the community this week to do face painting at the Mercer County Head Start Fall Fest at the 4H Park in Mercer.
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MCCC Students doing face painting on preschoolers.
ECE Students doing face painting of preschoolers.
ECE Students doing face painting of preschoolers.
MCCC received a donation from Milwaukee Tools to further enhance the learning experience in our classes. Automotive Technology, Carpentry, Collision Repair & Refinishing, Diesel Technology, Precision Production Metals & Welding will use these tools. Thank You Milwaukee Tools!!
over 4 years ago, Career Awareness
Milwaukee Tools
Milwaukee Tools
Milwaukee Tools
Milwaukee Tools
MCCC received a donation from Milwaukee Tools to further enhance the learning experience in our classes. Automotive Technology, Carpentry, Collision Repair & Refinishing, Diesel Technology, Precision Production Metals & Welding will use these tools. Thank You Milwaukee Tools!!
over 4 years ago, Career Awareness
Congratulations to our MCCC STRIVE Student of the Week – Dennis Coleman. Dennis is a Senior from Farrell High School and was selected by his Collision Repair and Refinishing Instructor, Mr. Sherman. Dennis is a second year student this year and he excels in the program. He has a very strong passion for painting and he is extremely detail oriented in his work. Dennis was selected to be the head shop foreman for his class. He enjoys assisting and teaching other students with every project. Congratulations Dennis!
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student of the week - collision repair
The Collision Repair and Refinishing class wrapped a sign for our parade float. The wrap was created by using our vinyl printer. The same method is used to wrap cars which is the practice of covering a vehicle’s original paint with a vinyl wrap of a different color or finish.
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Collision Repair and Refinishing
Collision Repair and Refinishing
Collision Repair and Refinishing
Mr. Sherman, Collision Repair and Refinishing Instructor, teaches his first year students how to weld. Students take turns forming a weld bead. Students also sand down a golf cart in order to prepare the surface for painting.
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Collision Repair and Refinishing
Collision Repair and Refinishing
Collision Repair and Refinishing
Collision Repair and Refinishing
Collision Repair and Refinishing students learn to make cuts with one of the many metal working tools used in the collision industry. Students sand body filler as a process in a project. Dennis Coleman a Farrell Senior mixes paint to be sprayed in the paint booth.
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Collision Repair and Refinishing
Collision Repair and Refinishing
Collision Repair and Refinishing
Program highlights for this week are coming from the Collision Repair and Refinishing class. First year students are learning and practicing how to use power tools within the shop area. Students are also working in the paint booth implementing what they have learned. Great Job!
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Collision Repair and Refinishing
Collision Repair and Refinishing
Collision Repair and Refinishing
Collision Repair and Refinishing
The following seniors in Electronics Technology are winners of the Patrick Locco Scholarship: Colin Grove, of Hermitage, Molly Rimko and Brayden Smiley, both of Sharpsville. Students will be honored at the Bayfront Convention Center in Erie for Manufacturing Day. Congratulations!
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Electronics Technology
Electronics Technology
Electronics Technology
Congratulations to our MCCC STRIVE Student of the Week – James Chase. James is a Senior from Lakeview High School and was selected by his Electronics Technology Instructor, Mr. Ryan. James starts to work as soon as he enters the class and continues till the end of class. He volunteers to work assisting other students on class and lab projects as well as giving class tours to new students. In James first year he designed and built a Security Alarm System that will transmit an alarm over an FM Radio. His work is outstanding and he shows his dedication, integrity and professionalism in the performance of his duties and responsibilities as a student within the Electronics Technology program every day. James Chase is an outstanding student. I am sure he will do well in his future endeavors. Congratulations James!
over 4 years ago, MCCC Principal
student of week electronics