- May 18, 2022
Riverside County Workforce Development has created a program to fund Public Safety students. Currently, Moreno Valley College is educating 37 fire cadets and 15 EMT cadets that are fully funded by Riverside County Workforce Development at a cost of $125,000.May 4, 2022
In February, using 2018-19 data, the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, with assistance from Emsi Burning Glass, a data company, analyzed the financial impact of the 116 community colleges. Emsi Burning Glass identified how Moreno Valley College influences the lives of students...May 2, 2022
Education leaders gathered in Riverside on April 13 to encourage students to apply for the #CaliforniansForAll College Corps program — a new opportunity for California college students to serve their communities in critical issue areas such as climate action, education, and food insecurity. This...April 28, 2022
The RCCD Foundation received a $20,000 grant from Edison International to support STEM education at Moreno Valley College (MVC). The grant will provide funding for a series of virtual workshops aimed at growing the pipeline of K-12 students interested in pursuing STEM education and careers.April 25, 2022
Arlene Serrato has been selected as Moreno Valley College’s Classified Employee of the Year. Since December of 2014, Serrato has been the academic specialist in Evaluations, serving as lead evaluator. She began her career at Norco College as a Learning Center assistant, working in Evaluations,...April 18, 2022
This month students from the Associated Students of Moreno Valley College, along with Frankie Moore, faculty advisor and professor, attended the FACCC Advocacy & Policy Conference in Sacramento and then the American Student Association of Community in Washington DC.