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Fall 2019 VolunteerFest

Southern & Dobson CampusVolunteer Fest Fall 2019

September 4 & 5, 2019 9 to 1 pm Kirk Student Center Navajo Room

Red Mountain Campus

September 11, 2019 10 to 1 pm Saguaro Building Lobby

Event Locations: Southern & Dobson and Red Mountain

Start Date 09/04/2019 | End Date 09/05/2019 @ Southern & Dobson Start Time 9:00AM |  End Time 1:00PM - Southern & Dobson.

Start Date 09/11/2019 | End Date 09/11/2019 @ Red Mountain Start Time: 10:00AM | End Time: 1:00PM - Red Mountain

Your Partner Agency: MCC Center for Community & Civic Engagement

Event Description/Details: This is a 2 day event at Southern & Dobson and a 1 day event at Red Mountain! The VolunteerFest is a FREE fair-style recruitment event to engage students to volunteer or complete their service-learning.

Volunteer Description/Details:: Thank you for your willingness to volunteer at the VolunteerFest! Volunteers are what make the event successful. Volunteer functions: staff welcome/information table, assist agency representative, set-up, clean-up, distribute items, take photos, etc.

To select a shift(s) to serve vist:

Please Note: Dress appropriately. If you have a blue department shirt or MCC shirt, please wear it. We suggest comfortable shoes as there may be a lot of walking.

Event details: September 4th & 5th 9:00am to 1:00pm Southern & Dobson Campus Kirk Student Center, Navajo Room September 11th 10:00am to 1:00pm Red Mountain Campus Saguaro Lobby

Volunteers, please check-in at the information table at the entrance of the event *Volunteers needed before and after for set-up/clean-up. Again, we thank you for your willingness to help out. Many hands make light work!

Who to Contact: Dawn Rhodes Email: Phone Number:   480-461-7763

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Free Food Distribution @ Red Mountain Campus

MCC at Red Mountain campus is working with United Food Bank to distribute food at their campus to students, faculty and community starting on September 4th. See the date and time schedule here

It is my understanding that tables are set up for the food distribution and our members can either stand or sit to pass out food. Please call either Neva Hansen (480) 461-6330 or Michelle Chambers (480) 461-6266 at MCC if you want additional information and would like to sign up to help out on any of these dates.

Please track how many hours you volunteer for this event, including your travel time. Each member can report their total hours in the spring upon receiving our request for all member volunteer hours.

Posted by Mary Adamick
Volunteer Committee

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What Is Connect 4 Success?

Find out more at New Frontiers Open House, Friday, Sept 20, 2019, 1-3 pm, Library LB145, Dobson-Southern Campus and meet the Connect 4 Success staff.

The C4S program is updating to be in alignment with Guided Pathways and the transformation of developmental education initiative. Look for us in September.

Connect 4 Success Mentoring is a program designed to match students one-to-one with another person to help navigate the college and campus experience. 

Students can be paired with either a Peer Mentor or Faculty/Staff Mentor for extra support throughout the year (depending on availability). 

To get started, choose your level of interest and involvement below!


Choose this link if you would like to learn about how to get a mentor.  

Students who qualify to participate in Connect 4 Success (C4S) are paired with a mentor who provides one-on-one support for managing the challenges of college.

There are no agendas or set goals; instead, you are encouraged to question, share, and explore ideas with a caring listener. You decide what you want to focus on; your Mentor is there to support you.

Peer Mentor

Choose this link if you would like to learn about becoming a Peer Mentor.

Peer Mentors are students with more college experience and some training who are willing to assist newer MCC students navigate the college experience.   

If you are compassionate, engaging, have about an hour a week, want to help others get more comfortable with knowing what it's like to be a MCC student and are willing and able to complete C4S Peer Mentor training, this is a super opportunity for you! 


Choose this link if you are a faculty or staff member with MCC and would like to become a Mentor.

As a C4S Mentor, you can make a real difference in a student's life.

Mentoring skills can be used in all relationships. Your C4S experience will help you to connect with students & colleagues across the MCC campuses.

Ready to Join?

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