At-a-Glance Information About MCCFP
July 15-20, 2007
Lake Tiak O’ Khata; Louisville, Mississippi
Mississippi State Board for Community and Junior Colleges Workforce Development and Mississippi State University Stennis Institute of Government
MCCFP is a year-long educational program that provides professional development, encourages university-community college collaboration, and involves diverse agencies and individuals in preparing and supporting rising community college leaders.
Program Web site:
The MCCFP Web site is located here: http://www.mccfp.msstate.edu/
Additional Information About MCCFP
This is a non-degree program; however, three hours of graduate credit may be earned.
Community college employees from the MidSouth who are nominated by their president.
Application Process and Number of Participants Per Year:
Participant is nominated; community colleges from eight states have sponsored participants. Each class of Fellows averages 25 participants.
Program Schedule and Location:
Begins each July with professional development opportunities available throughout the year at various locations.
Introduces Fellows to the Rural Community College Alliance (RCCA) change model and prepares them to facilitate community development in the region served by the community colleges.
The program costs are $700 in-state; $1100 out-of-state
Offers recommendations for Fellows who have successfully completed the program.
Unique program information:
For a dozen years, MCCFP has provided professional development for rural community college leaders.
Senior Research Associate
MidSouth Community College Fellowship Program
John C. Stennis Institute of Government
Mississippi State University
P.O. Box LV
Mississippi State, MS 39762
Phone -- (662) 325-0215
Fax -- (662) 325-3772
E-mail -- firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information:
Please visit the MCCFP Web site located here: http://www.mccfp.msstate.edu/