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Maricopa Corporate College Featured in Innovate® Phoenix

INNOVATE® Phoenix  is a tech-enabled coffee-table book that showcases the people and companies who are building their city to heights even beyond what Phoenix already boasts (four Fortune 500 companies, the site of epic sporting events, home to 22 American Indian tribes—and an average temperature of a perfect 75º).
  • Honor Health Students
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    MCOR, EMCC Partner with HonorHealth for Medical Assistant Program

    Thirteen students will soon be certified Medical Assistants with HonorHealth as a result of an innovative partnership between Maricopa County Community College District’s (MCCCD) Maricopa Corporate College (MCOR) and Estrella Mountain Community College, and HonorHealth that launched earlier this year.
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    Maricopa Corporate College Awarded Grant for IT Internship Program

    Maricopa Corporate College (MCOR) has recently been awarded the Science Foundation Arizona (SFAz) JPMorgan Chase Foundation Middle Skills Internship Program grant in order to create internship opportunities for its upcoming IT boot camp students.
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    Maricopa Corporate College and Local Employers Help Recent Boot Camp Graduates

    Five local employers from a wide range of industries came together on Wednesday, Sept. 30, to provide valuable resources and interview opportunities for Maricopa Corporate College’s recent Web Developer Boot Camp graduates.
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    Local companies and agencies provide contact and support for IT job seekers

    Maricopa Corporate College is beginning to see a spike in diversity amongst its students and recently partnered with five local companies to offer support to these groups as they seek new technology careers, according to MCOR spokesperson.
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    A Cause We Stand Behind: #ItWasNeverADress

    Around the world, a woman in a triangle dress was the universal symbol for the women’s restroom until Axosoft, an agile project management company located in Scottsdale, Ariz., claimed it was never a dress she was wearing, but a superhero cape all along.
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    How ASU and Maricopa Corporate College have helped lure thousands of jobs to Phoenix

    Arizona State University and Maricopa Corporate College have had roles in bringing more than 8,000 jobs to Phoenix in the past 12 months.
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    How Team Arizona Clinched a 1,000-Job Deal

    After all the data is collected and all the pitches made, closing a site selection deal comes down to understanding the client’s needs, solving its problems and overcoming objections. And In Arizona, it's a team effort. That effort paid off recently with metro Phoenix gaining $8.2 million in annual payroll and 1,000 jobs.

  • Custom ESL Workers
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    Custom ESL Courses Filled with Laughter and the Desire to Learn

    Maricopa Corporate College (MCOR) customizes English as a Second Language (ESL) courses for Phoenix Valley companies and their employees in an effort to improve employee morale, job performance, and overall happiness, according to MCOR Director of Marketing.

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    National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) Names 2015 Entrepreneurial College and Entrepreneurial President at 13th Annual Conference

    Maricopa Corporate College in Arizona and President Bryan Albrecht of Gateway Technical College, Wisconsin, Receive Honors.

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    Maricopa Corporate College and Local Employers Partner to Provide Opportunities to Recent Boot Camp Graduates

    Local employers are coming together for Maricopa Corporate College’s Career Panel and Interview Event on Sept. 30 to provide valuable resources and interview opportunities for MCOR’s recent Web Developer Boot Camp graduates.

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    Maricopa Corporate College president to be featured panelist at U.S. Conference of Mayors event

    Maricopa Corporate College (MCOR) president, Dr. Eugene Giovannini, has been invited to participate in a panel at the United States Conference of Mayors Workforce Development Council (WDC) Board Meeting on September 21, 2015 in Washington D.C.
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    Maricopa Corporate College president to be featured panelist at U.S. Conference of Mayors event

    Maricopa Corporate College (MCOR) president, Dr. Eugene Giovannini, has been invited to participate in a panel at the United States Conference of Mayors Workforce Development Council (WDC) Board Meeting on September 21, 2015 in Washington D.C.
  • Lone Star College Photo
    Corporate Training News

    More than a Revenue Source

    More than a revenue source. In an era of state funding cutbacks and declining enrollments, some community colleges are finding that the corporate college model can be a great way to grow revenue. But they have many other benefits, from increasing enrollment ot encouraging philanthropy.
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    What's Next for Amazon? Workforce Development

    When you think of Amazon, a few things probably come to mind: online shopping, drone delivery, and possibly even the New York Times. But one other thing should come to mind that often gets overlooked: workforce development. Thanks to a strategic partnership with the Maricopa Corporate College (MCOR), hundreds of associates working in Arizona’s Amazon fulfillment centers are gaining access to a litany of courses to help them advance their careers—both within and outside of Amazon.
  • MCOR Raising Talent
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    Raising Talent

    By Jimmy Magahern | Photos by Tim Sealy The lobby of Maricopa Corporate College looks nothing like a traditional university admissions office. Compact as a struggling chiropractor’s waiting room, it faces a front desk papered not with curriculum booklets but with a small pile of fliers listing some of the college’s more than 300 “instructor-led online courses,” each offered 24 hours a day, with new sessions beginning each month.