Reporting Volunteer Hours
- Members who volunteer for events/activities at New Frontiers, Mesa Community College (MCC), and pertinent outside community organizations are asked to track and report their hours. Click here to learn how to report your hours.
On Going Volunteering Events
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 email@example.com or Michelle Chambers (480) 461-6266 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
Mesa Community College has many music and theater opportunities for you to enjoy while volunteering
Mesa Community College has many music and theater opportunities for you to enjoy while volunteering. The beautiful Performing Arts Center and updated Theater offer many concerts, musicals and plays each semester.
Once you contact Marisa Estrada at the College and sign up to be a volunteer she will then contact you as music or theater events occur. MCC currently uses www.signup.com to let you sign up for events. This program will give you the curtain time for the show, when seating begins and when you will need to be at the venue to volunteer. You can then choose to volunteer for that event if you are willing and able or not.
MCC has multiple venues that they schedule for on the Southern and Dobson campus. This includes The MCC Theatre, the EXP Blackbox Studio (in the MCC Theatre), and the MCC Performing Arts Center. Marisa will occasionally schedule a volunteer at the Rehearsal and Performance Center at MCC Red Mountain.
There are many benefits of volunteering and Marisa hopes that you will join them.
The goal of MCC's performance venues is to provide Safety, Satisfaction and Success!
Click here to know details about this opportunity's description. Then contact Marisa Estrada to get on board.
MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Box Office Coordinator
1833 West Southern Mesa, AZ 85202
480-461-7867/ Box Office at 480-461-7172
Connect 4 Success Mentoring
What Is Connect 4 Success?
The C4S program is updating to be in alignment with Guided Pathways and the transformation of developmental education initiative.
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).
Kristina L. Miller
Instructional Support Services Coordinator
Instructional Support Services
Student Services Supervisor
Office of Dean Retention & Support
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.
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?