I’ve read several articles on preparing for guests and a common thread runs through all of them. These articles suggest that a thorough cleaning occur and guests experience a sense of welcome and freshness when they arrive and that their time spent visiting is memorable.
I believe we should always be in “preparing for guest mode” because our students, visitors, and community members arrive at our doorstep anytime and are seeking educational services to better their lives and communities. When we provide unpretentious guest services, our customers and visitors are equally treated, they feel at home, and when they ...Read Full Article.
Patricia Natewa has always had the knack to fix things. Recently, she took
her natural talent to another level. Natewa’s expertise caught the eye of
her electronics instructor Sequoia Romero.
“Patricia built a radio and made it work,” said Romero. “She
displayed talent and determination. This is exactly what is required for an
engineer to be exceptional. It’s a recipe for success.”
Natewa built an FM radio from a kit, sautered it and did extra work
at home for Luna Community College’s direct current electronics class.
“Her radio was transmitting all the local FM stations,” said Romero ...Read Full Article.
On Tuesday afternoon of last week, a former Luna Community College
student approached me in downtown Las Vegas to express how impressed she
was with the growth and development of the main campus. Then, on Wednesday
while attending a Legislative Finance Committee meeting at the State
Capitol in Santa Fe, several legislators shared how motivated they were by
the LCC student presentations during their committee hearing held at the
Rough Rider Grill. These unsolicited testimonies are just a few of the
indicators by community and state observers of the positive image we have
impressed upon them.
Our formula for success ...Read Full Article.
Luna Community College, in collaboration with the New Mexico Department of
Health, will be hosting a flu shot clinic from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on
Thursday, Oct. 9 at the LCC Nursing Department lobby.
For more information, please call Maxine Hughes at 454-5376.Read Full Article.
Luna Community College along with New Mexico Highlands University will be
sponsoring “College Night 2014” from 5-7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 21 at the
New Mexico Highlands University Student Union Building. The event is open
to high school juniors and seniors along with their parents as well as
anyone interested in obtaining college information.
Faculty and staff from both institutions will be available to discuss such
things as admissions, financial aid, registration, certificate and degree
programs, scholarships and transferring of courses.
“I want to thank all Luna Community College and Highlands University
faculty and staff who will participate in ...
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