Executive Board members of MCCC-SKILLS USA present a check in the amount of $1000 to a representative of the Shenango Valley Animal Shelter. The service project was the culmination of MCCC Holiday Door contest. The winning doors are also pictured.
197 Students had perfect attendance in December, and 184 had perfect attendance in January! Congratulations to the students selected to win special gift card prizes for their efforts! Incentive prizes are sponsored by the Mercer County Career Center Foundation.
MCCC had a special assembly to honor students who won medals at the SKILLS USA District 10 Competitions held in New Castle PA last month. Gold medal winners will go to Hershey PA in April for state-wide competition. 14-Gold, 7-Silver, 6-Bronze (Not all winners pictured)
Congratulations to our own Hermitage cheerleaders, Angelina Blough (Welding Program) and Kylie Hoffman (Diesel Mechanics program) and the rest of the Hornet's squad, as they finished runners-up in the PIAAA AA large school State cheerleading championship at Hershey last weekend!
Reminder to visit the career center during our annual open house on Thurs, Nov 10th from 6 to 8 PM. This is a great opportunity to see what your students are doing in their programs, talk to instructors and meet other members of the staff. We hope to see you on Thurs, Nov 10th.
You are invited to visit the career center during our annual open house on Thursday, November 10th from 6 to 8 PM. Come see what your student has been doing in their program, talk to instructors and meet other members of the staff. We hope to see you on Thursday, November 10th.
Congratulations 2022 MCCC - National Technical Honor Society Inductees!
The first day of school for Mercer County Career Center is Thursday, August 25th for all career center students, regardless of when your home school district starts. You should contact your home school district for transportation information. Students may drive beginning the first day, and should contact the MCCC Safety Coordinator for a driving pass as soon as possible. Riders are also required to have a permission slip signed by parent/guardians and home school principals.
To our students from Mercer County Career Center. Please listen to the entire message for important information concerning the return to school this year. The first day of school for the Career Center is Thursday, August 25th for all career center students, regardless of when your home school district starts. You should contact your home school district for transportation information. Students may drive beginning the first day, and should contact the MCCC Safety Coordinator for a driving pass as soon as possible. Riders are also required to have a permission slip signed by parent/guardians and home school principals.
We appreciate all you do! Thank you to all of our teachers! Teacher Appreciation Week - May 2-6
Congratulations to Sol Eckenrod (REY-Carpentry), Olivia Krumpak (REY-Carpentry), and Nicole Ruetschi (CLC-Carpentry) - SKILLS USA - BRONZE MEDAL - OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH
Congratulations MCCC Precision & Production Metals/CoOp Student Jensen Ansell (LAK-PPM) - SKILLS USA BRONZE MEDAL - RELATED TECHNICAL MATH
Congratulations MCCC Team Works Team: James Babcock (GRE-Carpentry), Dillon Winger (GRO-Carpentry), Peter Plummer (SHAR-Electrical) and Jack Leipheimer (SHAR-Carpentry - SKILLS USA BRONZE MEDAL - TEAM WORKS
CONGRATULATIONS BLAKE GEIGER, WELDING - REYNOLDS HIGH SCHOOL PA - SKILLS USA - GOLD MEDAL WELDING SCULPTURE
MCCC Students working hard during competitions at PA State SKILLS USA Leadership and Skills Conference
MCCC SKILLS USA Student Competitors find some time between competitions for some R&R and a good meal.
SkillsUSA PENNSYLVANIA54thSTATE LEADERSHIP AND SKILL CONFERENCE Opening Ceremonies https://youtu.be/kY_w38JSuaU
MCCC is in the house! Student competitors and staff advisors and chaperones have arrived at the SKILLS USA 54th (PA) STATE LEADERSHIP AND SKILL CONFERENCE in Hershey PA. Good luck to all!
The newest technological addition to MCCC...Health Care Careers students study human anatomy on the Anatomage Table, a fully segmented real human 3D anatomy system.
MCCC Precision Production Metals students Casey Myers (10th Greenville) and Geno Grasso (11th Sharon) completed a special key fob project for Pennsylvania State Police - Mercer Barracks and received a thank you letter from the commander of the unit. Pictured: Student Casey Myers presents the key fobs to Corporal Jason Frances and holds the letter of gratitude from the PSP Mercer Barracks Commander.