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  • Smiling on Success

    September 18, 2020  |  Claudia Perkins and Jennifer N. Kearns

    Due to continuity of instruction and rigorous adherence to guidelines and safety practices, 100% of Mesa College’s 2020 graduating Dental students who were seeking employment, were able to get hired this past summer, despite the global pandemic. Even though Mesa’s Dental Assisting students were not allowed to return to campus until June 22, 2020, during that time frame, the Dental Assisting faculty continued to engage and instruct students in their laboratory courses, remotely, through videos, virtual simulations, case studies role playing and discussions.

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    Filed Under: Mesa College Alumni, Alumni, Dental Assisting, CTE, Career Education Programs, DENA

  • Mesa Dance Presents Student Choreographed Dance Synthesis at the Joan B. Kroc Theatre

    April 11, 2019  |  Angela Garcia

    Mesa College Dance will be presenting Dance Synthesis: An evening of Dance and Entertainment. This spring 2019 dance concert, held nightly at 7:30pm on April 18-20, features an all student choreographed performance at the Joan B. Kroc Theatre at the Salvation Army Kroc Center in San Diego. See Mesa College’s talented dancers take to the stage with energy, passion, and enthusiasm as they perform original choreography created by our student dance makers, including Mesa alumni Chelsea Roquero.

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    Filed Under: Dance Concert, Mesa College Dance, Mesa College Alumni

  • Mesa College Architecture Alumna Hasti Ahmadi Makes Global Impact

    March 19, 2019  |  Angela Garcia

    When Mesa Alumna Hasti Ahmadi first emigrated from Iran to start her college journey at Mesa in Spring 2015, she had no idea what field she wanted to pursue. After taking several courses, including architecture, she decided to make architecture her course of study. Her newfound passion, along with guidance from the Architecture faculty and Counseling Department, led Ahmadi to complete all requirements to transfer to University of California, Berkeley.

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    Filed Under: Mesa College Alumni, Architecture, Michael Murphy Memorial Scholarship