At Metropolitan Community College, International/Intercultural Education is valued as a resource to globalize curriculum, equip faculty/staff/students for employment within a diverse workforce and facilitate international/intercultural experiences to enhance professional and personal objectives.
We have educators who believe that international and multicultural education are different areas for different populations. Many people, even educators, seem to think that "international" refers to "over there," while "Multicultural' refers to populations in our cities. Yet nothing could be farther from the truth. These two themes are siblings in the same family, and they should be partners in an institution's priorities.
- Robert A. Scott
A bilingual advisory issued by the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) regarding President Obama’s decision to focus on high priority removal cases.
Information About Current Events:
15TH ANNUAL CINCO DE MAYO CELEBRATION
Tuesday, April 29
12 noon to 1:30 p.m.
MCC South Omaha Campus
ITC Conference Center, Room 120
2707 Babe Gomez Avenue, Omaha NE 68107
Keynote speaker: Maria Hinojosa
Call 402-457-5231 for reservations
(HIST 002N 70) $15
MCC student admission:
(HIST 002N 71) $10
23RD FORT OMAHA INTERTRIBAL POWWOW
Saturday, September 13, 2014
Fort Omaha Campus
30th and Fort Streets.
Free and Open to the public! Join us!
10 a.m. to noon Gourd Dance
All veterans welcome.
Thursday, April 10th
The Immigrant Advantage
6th Annual Diversity Matters Book Series 2013-2014
STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITIES 2014
Study and Live abroad in Galapagos Islands - Ecology Program
Study and live abroad in Ghana, West Africa
Study and live abroad in Antigua, Guatemala
Study and live in Rosebud, SD
Study abroad in South East Asia - Japan & Vietnam
Learn more about short-term faculty-led study abroad programs and complete an on-line interest application.
Barbara Velázquez, Coordinator
Salwa Fox, Secretary
PO Box 3777 • Omaha, Nebraska • 68103-0777