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WATCH - Commencement 2017 Live on MCTV


Watch Commencement 2017 Live on MCTV

May 19, 2017

On Cable TV (in Montgomery County): 

Comcast Channels 998 (HD) & 10 (SD)

RCN Channels 1058 (HD) & 10 (SD)

Verizon Channel 10 (SD)  


On the web:

MC Website (with open captioning)

https://montgomerycollege.edu/commencement

Livestream

https://livestream.com/MontgomeryCollegeLive/Commencement2017

Facebook Live:

https://facebook.com/montgomerycollege

YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/montgomerycollege

MCTV will be live on all of these platforms beginning at 10am on Friday, 5/19.  The program will be archived for later viewing at both https://montgomerycollege.edu/commencement and https://www.youtube.com/montgomerycollege


MCTV Media Internship Program


MCTV Media Production Program

February 5, 2016

Montgomery College trains students studying television and media production the skills they need to find jobs in this dynamic industry!
Click here to learn more!  

What's on MCTV


Civility In Action 3: Dialogues Across Difference

March 15, 2017

Drs. Dennis W. and Christine Y. Wiley, Co-pastors of Covenant Baptist Church of Christ, have decades of experience in theology, ministry, and counseling and have led countless conversations about the interactions of racial difference and reconciliation. They active in the struggle for justice for all people, with a special focus on the places where difference-around race, class, gender, or sexual orientation-has created barriers to communication. The Wiley's dialogue will bring a special focus on how communities that have been divided by difference and incivility can move beyond bitterness to improved trust and 


Civility In Action 2: Dialogues Across Difference

March 12, 2017

As Chief of Police in Montgomery County, Maryland, since 2004, chief Manger leads a department of 1,252 sworn police officers and 669 civilian members. The diversity of Montgomery County, with nearly 1.1 million residents, has grown continually since 2010. With a special commitment to expanding community policing, Chief Manger has been credited with successfully leading law enforcement officials in how to engage with residents who are different from themselves in race, age, language, gender, and immigration status. His commitment to the highest ethical standards for policing and his enactment of new policies to increase departmental accountability have earned him significant recognition from the community. He continues to affirm that Montgomery County will maintain its policy of not asking people about about their immigration status. 


Civility In Action 1: Dialogues Across Difference

March 10, 2017

Drs. Dennis W. and Christine Y. Wiley, Co-pastors of Covenant Baptist Church of Christ, have decades of experience in theology, ministry, and counseling and have led countless conversations about the interactions of racial difference and reconciliation. They active in the struggle for justice for all people, with a special focus on the places where difference-around race, class, gender, or sexual orientation-has created barriers to communication. The Wiley's dialogue will bring a special focus on how communities that have been divided by difference and incivility can move beyond bitterness to improved trust and potential understanding. 


2017 Raptor Tank Business Pitch Competition

April 23 , 2017

Watch students entrepreneurs pitch their business ideas to a panel of judges.

The finalists went through a series of workshops, which included hands on learning and mentorship regarding: Business Concept Development, SWOT Analysis, Marketing, Target Market identification, Financial Projections and Analysis, as well as Presentation Skills. 

Tahina Moise and Austin Harris Wickham host the third annual Raptor Tank Business Pitch Competition.







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