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Cosmetology Program Recognized as One of the Best

Mott Community College ‘s two year degree program for beauty cosmetology has been recognized as one of the best in the nation by The Community for Accredited Online Schools. As a leading resource for higher education and college accreditation information, the site released its annual ranking for the 2016-2017 school year, honoring Mott Community College as the #27 Best Two Year Beauty Cosmetology Program in the Nation.

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Cosmetology Program Recognized as one of the Best

Culinary Arts goes to the State Capitol

On.... the Culinary Art Students and MCC Chefs/Faculty showcased there culinary skills at the Michigan State Capitol.

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Culinary Arts at the State Capitol

Cosmetology Takes it to the Streets

The MCC Cosmetology students and instructors took to the streets at part of the Davison Flag Day Parade. They plan on taking part in other parades.

Cosmetology Students take part in the Davison Flag Day Parade

Culinary Art Students take part in Service Learning with Bake Fresh Friday

On ... the Culinary Arts Student work with Carriage Town Ministries to teach baking skills and share their passion for cooking
Student taking part in Bake Fresh Friday at Carriage Town Ministries

Cosmetology Students Give Free Hair Cuts

As part of the Maranda Parks Block Party the cosmetology students gave free hair-cuts to kids.

Child getting free hair cut from Cosmetology student

MCC chef inducted into American Academy of Chefs

Mott Community College Chef Mark Handy was one of 26 chefs inducted into the American Academy of Chefs (ACA), the honorary society of the American Culinary Federation (ACF), at their national convention in Orlando in August. Handy was one of only five chefs inducted into the AAC from the central region of the U.S. this year, and is one of only 20 members from Michigan.

An additional professional certification is also in the works. Handy is working toward certification as an Approved Certification Examiner (ACE). The Mott College Baking and Pastry Arts program has been approval to host culinary and baking and pastry certification practical exams for the American Culinary Federation (ACF), and is now listed on the ACF National Registry for approved testing sites as one of 11 approved sites in the state of Michigan.

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Chef Mark Handy

Applewood Café receives Restaurant of the Year

At the annual Art of Achievement Awards hosted by The Flint & Genesee County Chamber of Commerce the Applewood Café was the Art of Achievement Award winner for Restaurant of the Year.

Chefs with Art of Achievement Award

Chef Cooper receives Silver Medal for Ice Carving

Chef Matthew Cooper received a Silver Medal for his ice carving from the American Culinary Federation (AFC)

Chef Cooper with medal winning carving

August 17, 2018
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