Monthly Events


February 26

Tuesday

2019-02-26, 12:15:00 2019-02-26, 13:30:00 America/New_York Warp Trio Presents Black Voices This concert program integrates Classical, Jazz, Hip-Hop and Spoken Word, including works all created by African-American artists. Presented in conjunction with the award winning emcee LiKWuiD, the program consists of poetry by Langston Hughes, Ntozake Shange, and Maya Angelou, as well as original spoken word material, complemented by Duke Ellington, William Grant Still, Harry Burleigh and original compositions from Warp Trio. Arts, Sciences and Technology Center SBM Charitable Foundation Auditorium, Great Path, Manchester CT 06040 Samantha Gonzalez sgonzalez@manchestercc.edu

Warp Trio Presents Black VoicesTuesday February 26, 12:15 pm to 1:30 pm


This concert program integrates Classical, Jazz, Hip-Hop and Spoken Word, including works all created by African-American artists. Presented in conjunction with the award winning emcee LiKWuiD, the program consists of poetry by Langston Hughes, Ntozake Shange, and Maya Angelou, as well as original spoken word material, complemented by Duke Ellington, William Grant Still, Harry Burleigh and original compositions from Warp Trio. Sponsored by The Liberal & Creative Arts Division and the English Department.
Location: Arts, Sciences and Technology Center SBM Charitable Foundation Auditorium
Great Path, Manchester CT 06040

Fee: Free

Samantha Gonzalez sgonzalez@manchestercc.edu 860-512-2262

February 26

Tuesday

2019-02-26, 14:00:00 2019-02-26, 15:15:00 America/New_York Effective Resume Writing Workshop Improve your visibility in the job market. This workshop will provide information on the skills and strategies needed to develop a resume that gets positive response from employers. Student Services Center L107, Great Path, Manchester CT 06040 Julie Greene jgreene@manchestercc.edu

Effective Resume Writing WorkshopTuesday February 26, 2:00 pm to 3:15 pm


Improve your visibility in the job market. This workshop will provide information on the skills and strategies needed to develop a resume that gets positive response from employers. Sponsored by MCC Career Services.
Location: Student Services Center L107
Great Path, Manchester CT 06040

Fee: Free

Julie Greene jgreene@manchestercc.edu 860-512-3372

February 26

Tuesday

2019-02-26, 15:30:00 2019-02-26, 17:30:00 America/New_York Gender Inclusion, Pronouns and You What's in a pronoun? Respecting the choice of an individual's identity is important. But what is the best way to navigate what has become a tricky subject? We'll talk about it and do some practice during this session with Julia Anderson (she/her/hers), Program Coordinator of the University of Connecticut’s Rainbow Center. Great Path Academy Community Commons, Great Path, Manchester CT 06040 Stephania Davis sdavis@manchestercc.edu

Gender Inclusion, Pronouns and YouTuesday February 26, 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm


What's in a pronoun? Respecting the choice of an individual's identity is important. But what is the best way to navigate what has become a tricky subject? We'll talk about it and do some practice during this session with Julia Anderson (she/her/hers), Program Coordinator of the University of Connecticut’s Rainbow Center. Sponsored by Cultural Programs Committee, MCC Diversity Committee, MCC Pride Club.
Location: Great Path Academy Community Commons
Great Path, Manchester CT 06040

Fee: Free

Stephania Davis sdavis@manchestercc.edu 860-512-2694

February 28

Thursday

2019-02-28, 11:00:00 2019-02-28, 12:30:00 America/New_York The Origin of Sheff vs. O’Neill: The Troubled Legacy of School Segregation in Connecticut This talk by Dr. Ann-Marie Adams will focus on race, education and reform in Connecticut. It uses a 1996 school desegregation case in Hartford, Connecticut as a window into the long, civil rights movement in Connecticut and its essential component: a quality education.

Ann-Marie Adams is an award-winning journalist, historian and founder of The Hartford Guardian.
Student Services Center Cheney Dining Room, Great Path, Manchester CT 06040 Sarah Cieglo scieglo@manchestercc.edu

The Origin of Sheff vs. O’Neill: The Troubled Legacy of School Segregation in ConnecticutThursday February 28, 11:00 am to 12:30 pm


This talk by Dr. Ann-Marie Adams will focus on race, education and reform in Connecticut. It uses a 1996 school desegregation case in Hartford, Connecticut as a window into the long, civil rights movement in Connecticut and its essential component: a quality education.

Ann-Marie Adams is an award-winning journalist, historian and founder of The Hartford Guardian.
Sponsored by The History & Art History Club, The Diversity Committee and the Office of Student Activities.
Location: Student Services Center Cheney Dining Room
Great Path, Manchester CT 06040

Fee: Free

Sarah Cieglo scieglo@manchestercc.edu 860-512-2767