Anyone interested in attending Muskegon Community College can discover its many offerings during the 15th Annual Taste of Tomorrow on Saturday, March 24, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Bartels-Rode Gymnasium. One lucky attendee will receive a free, two-year scholarship to attend MCC.
Whether graduating from high school or making a change in their careers, participants will receive valuable information about MCC from instructors representing a wide range of academic areas taught on campus.
“It’s a great opportunity for those considering MCC to meet with our faculty, ask them questions and discover the treasures in what we have to offer them,” explained Trynette Lottie-Harps, dean of continuing education and program outreach at the College.
Taste of Tomorrow features a trade show format, allowing attendees more flexibility to view presentations, to interact with MCC instructors and to learn about the College’s 80 areas of study, its programs, degrees and certificates. Tours of the campus will be offered. There will be free food and several other prizes.