An application deadline extension has been granted for the Fall 2014 Practical Nurse program to May 7, 2014. All admission criteria must be completed by May 7, 2014 with the exception of listing on the Nurse Aide I Registry. Accepted applicants must be listed on the Nurse Aide I Registry by June 30, 2014. You must complete all admission criteria to be eligible to sit for the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) exam. If interested, please contact Jane Wyatt at 828.652.0611 to obtain all needed information.
TEAS testing will be held on, Tuesday, May 20, 2014. Please contact Belinda Foster, Testing Specialist at 828.652.0683 for an appointment. The cost for the TEAS exam is $40.00 to be paid to the MTCC Business Office by CASH, CHECK (check written to MTCC) or CREDIT CARD before testing. Please provide picture Identification along with this letter the day you test.
Thank you for your interest in the MTCC Practical Nurse Education program.
Second 8 Week Course begins - 3/6/2014 on Thursday.
Full online course for Principles of Micro Economics - ECO251 (No prerequisite needed) -
This is a 3 credit course completely online with Mr. Cross.
If you would like to take the class, please sign up in the office, pay your fees and contact Joan Weiler at 652-0651 or email her at email@example.com and she will add you to the Bb online course.
Duke Energy awards $240,000 to MTCC!
Robin Nicholson, District Manager, Government and Community Relations with Duke Energy presents McDowell Technical Community College President Dr. Bryan W. Wilson with a check for $240,000 to purchase state-of-the-art equipment for the College's new advanced manufacturing training facility at the Universal Career Pathways Skills Center that is currently under construction.
Pictured: L to R - Chuck Abernathy, Economic Development Director and County Manager, McDowell County; Susan Berley, Resource Development Officer, MTCC; Dr. Bryan W. Wilson, President, MTCC; and Robin Nicholson, District Manager, Government and Community Relations, Duke Energy.
Are you interested in receiving FREE college credit while still in high school? Career and College Promise allows 11th and 12th grade students to take college courses during the day, evening, or online. An information meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 25th from 6-6:30 pm in the McDowell High cafeteria. Current 10th and 11th graders are encouraged to attend with their families!
For more info, contact Julie Padgett at 659-0417.
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