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National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week

Morgan County is fortunate to have Adult Education and Family Literacy education offered in two locations through Morgan Community College (MCC). The Career Pathways and Adult Education program, located in Cedar Hall on the east side of the Fort Morgan campus, provides classes for the general community. The MCC/Cargill Workplace Education program provides classes onsite for Cargill employees and their family members.

Rene Heredia and The Flamenco Fantasy Dance Theatre

Fort Morgan, CO 09/16/16. Morgan Community College’s Center for Arts and Community Enrichment (CACE) bring the enchantment of Spain, the excitement of genuine gypsy flamenco dance, and live authentic music played by award-winning flamenco master René Heredia.

Japanese Students Visit MCC

Fort Morgan, CO. 09/09/16. In continuing with a 25 year sister-college tradition, last week Morgan Community College (MCC) hosted around 50 students from the Yamagata Prefectural College of Agriculture and Forestry (YPCAF) located in Shinjo, Japan.
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Press Release

April 25, 2014 at 3:20 PM

Fort Morgan, CO. 04/25/13. Morgan Community College (MCC) had three students recently compete atState_conference_2014.JPG the Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference at Johnson and Wales University in Denver. Two students placed at State and will compete in the National Leadership Conference in in Nashville, TN this June. 

The group competed in ten events and placed in the following five:

Computer Applications event – Mitzy Ugarte placed 2nd (National qualifier)
Personal Finance Event – Sylvia Ontiveros placed 3rd (National qualifier)
Retail Management Event – Teresa Mendoza placed 4th
Word Processing Event – Mitzy Ugarte placed 3rd (National qualifier)
The Business Decision Making Team– Medndoza, Ontiveros, and Ugarte placed 5th

Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda is a nonprofit education association with a quarter million students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields. The association has four divisions for students in middle school, high school, postsecondary, and for professional businesspeople. More information about the FBLA-PBL can be found online at fbla-pbl.org. For more information about joining PBL, contact Connie Tormohlen at 542-3121.

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