International/Intercultural Education

International/Intercultural Education coordinates educational programs and events across the Metropolitan Community College campuses to commemorate nationally recognized ethnic and cultural holidays. Most programs are free and open to the public. Suggestions for programming should be sent to

Study Abroad programs and international initiatives for the college are also managed by this office. Click on the Education Abroad tab below for more information or contact

Programs and Events

Visit our pages below for more information:

VIDEO & Discussion:  The Voiceless

Film discussion in collaboration with Women’s Center, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

The Voiceless photo

Film discussion led by Morgan B., Campus Services coordinator, Voices of Hope, Lincoln NE

Sexual violence doesn’t discriminate based on gender, sexual orientation or race.
The internationally recognized film features the stories of five men and their experiences with sexual violence. The documentary discusses the intersectionality between culture, masculinity, taboos and the impact that sexual violence has on men.

Tuesday, April 23
2:30-3:45 pm
South Omaha Campus
2909 Edward Babe Gomez Avenue
ITC Conference Center, Room 120
Omaha NE 68107

Free & Open to the Public
Contact or 531-622-2253 for more information

Cinco de Mayo Celebration

Keynote by Theresa K. Barron-McKeagney, Ph.D., associate dean, College of Public Affairs and Community Service, University of Nebraska Omaha

Theresa K. Barron-McKeagney

Event Information

Thursday, May 2, noon-1:30 p.m.
South Omaha Campus, ITC Conference Center, room 120
2707 Edward Babe Gomez Ave. Omaha, NE 68107​

Lunch provided by La Mesa Mexican Restaurant.

REGISTER NOW! General admission $20
REGISTER NOW! MCC personnel or retirees $15
REGISTER NOW! Current MCC students $10


Seating is limited. Reservations close on April 24 or when full; no refunds after April 24. MCC employees are exempt from discounts. For more information, email or call 531-MCC-2253

VIDEO & Discussion: A Suitable Girl

(1 hr 30 minutes)

Film discussion led by Ms. Sheron Ponnambath

A suitable girl photo

The film follows three young women in India struggling to maintain their identities and follow their dreams amid intense pressure to get married. Ritu, Dipti and Amrita represent the new India. Educated, financially stable and raised with a mix of traditional and contemporary values in the urban cities of Mumbai and New Delhi, they have access to the world in ways their mothers did not. Yet their lives take a dramatic turn when the cultral pressure to settle down and get married hit.

Monday, May 6
10-11:50 am
Elkhorn Valley Campus
829 North 204th Street
Elkhorn NE 68022

Free & Open to the Public
Contact or 531-622-2253 for more information


Barbara Velázquez, coordinator
International/Intercultural Education
402-403-0660 (Fax)

Theresa Foley, assistant
International/Intercultural Education
402-403-0660 (Fax)

P.O. Box 3777
Omaha, NE