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McHenry County College will host a College Fair for area high school and college students where they’ll have the opportunity to meet with representatives from more than 120 colleges and universities.
An exhibit featuring about 20 pieces by 83-year-old Huntley resident Elaine Kadakia are on display now at McHenry County College. The work illustrates the struggle for equality she’s witnessed women endure over the years.
The learning circle, organized by Land Conservancy of McHenry County and held at McHenry County College, will cover agricultural education, season extension, fruit crop production and establishing pollinator plantings.
McHenry County College will host a series of shows in its on-campus planetarium in Crystal Lake this month.
McHenry County College’s Automotive Technology Program has partnered with Mercedes-Benz USA and Motor Werks of Barrington to offer a new training opportunity.
McHenry County College recently welcomed three members of the Consulate of Mexico in Chicago to honor 13 Becas Scholarship recipients. The scholarship is given to help improve access and opportunities for Mexicans or those of Mexican origin living in the U.S.
An expanded entrepreneurial agriculture program is one of several new and improved offerings at McHenry County College this fall.
The Education to Empowerment women’s scholarship and mentoring program at McHenry County College recently brought on Tina Hueppe as its new executive committee chair.
In Wes Crain’s 30-year career as an instructor at McHenry County College, he has trained more than 8,000 students to be firefighters, many of whom still work in the county today.
The development of the human brain will be the focus of an upcoming Experts and Insights series speaker at McHenry County College.
McHenry County College is now accepting vendor applications for its upcoming Green Living Expo with the early registration deadline coming up on Monday.
The Education to Empowerment women’s scholarship and mentoring program at McHenry County College will host its second annual fall luncheon from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 22 at Goebbert’s Pumpkin Patch and Apple Orchard in Pingree Grove.
McHenry County College is offering a new health care industry certificate in the spring semester: cancer registry management. MCC will become the 13th in the nation and one of only two community colleges offering the program in Illinois.
The sixth annual Suicide Prevention & Mental Health Recovery Conference will feature a keynote address by a clinical psychologist on why storytelling matters in suicide prevention.
The Friends of McHenry County College Foundation recently added four new directors to its board.