Monthly Archive:: September 2013

Building for a brighter future!

Montcalm Community College’s recent expansion of its Greenville campus increases access to higher education for area learners. MCC recently opened the Bill Braman Family Center for Education on its Greenville campus. The center doubles MCC’s capacity to

Earn while you learn

Four Greenville Tool & Die employees share a common link – they are building successful careers with the help of their employer’s apprenticeship program and Montcalm Community College. Devin Cunningham, Kevin Lipp, Andrew Selleck and Justin Stump

Brian Calley

Brian Calley was sworn in as America’s youngest Lieutenant Governor in January 2011. He was just 34. An Ionia native, he spent a decade working as a community banker before Michigan voters elected him as a state

Katrina Soper

Katrina Soper is an artist, an educator and a leader. She recently wrapped up a busy year serving as Regional Vice President for the Michigan Region of the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society and was runner-up

Facts & Finds

Half of “Best Jobs” Require Fewer Than Four Years of College USNews updated its Best Jobs for 2013 and the number one job is….dentist! Okay, for that one you’re going to need an advanced degree. But if

Bill Bishop: MCC Accounting and Business Instructor

Bill Bishop strives to make learning “real and relevant” for his students by incorporating current accounting and business practices into each class he teaches. He has taught business and accounting courses at Montcalm Community College part time

Kim Holt: MCC Nursing Instructor

As a registered nurse, Kim Holt works with people during some of the most important moments in their lives. As a Nursing Instructor at Montcalm Community College, she has the same opportunity. Holt joined MCC as a

Advice for Community College Success

Book author says reach out,  make friends and find mentors Q. What made you decide to write Community College Success? I was a community college transfer student and after I finished my own degree, I worked in