MCC’s program definitely prepared me for my current job. But you also have to be ready to keep learning and willing to stretch yourself.
The biggest lesson I learned at MCC, was how to be a passionate learner and educator. People say you have to start at a university if you want to go into medicine, but that just isn't true.
The accessibility and availability of MCC English professors in helping me build skills and learn how to communicate professionally, clearly, and with my own voice is something I’ll carry into my upcoming thesis work.
"Although I’m unsure of exactly where I’m continuing my education, I can confidently say that I understand where my path is leading towards, thanks to taking a literature class at MCC."
I remember all of the instructors being super helpful. And being a member of MTFPD tremendously helped me complete my associate degree as I was able to get real, on-the-job experience.
I really enjoy telling stories and talking to people, which eventually led me to the field of journalism. I took my first journalism courses at MCC to feel it out, and I really loved it. I continued it from there.