International Education Week 2020: What’s Happening at MMC

Each year, various MMC offices and student groups come together to celebrate the third week of November with events to expand our global awareness and understanding. This year, International Education Week begins on Monday, November 16, and ends on Friday, November 20.

International Education Week is a joint initiative of the U.S Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education to celebrate the benefits of international education and cross-cultural exchange worldwide. Along with the Office of Student Development and Activities, we thank International Student Services and the Cultural Peer Mentors for their continued participation and support in making this week happen. Enjoy!

MMC Calendar RSVP Links:
  • Monday, November 16: “Why Do Americans” Workshop: click here
  • Tuesday, November 17: Netflix Watch Party: click here
  • Wednesday, November 18: International Student Employment Forum: click here
  • Thursday, November 19: What’s Your Favorite Food?: Follow @mmcisl on Instagram
  • Friday, November 20: Show us your dance moves! Follow @mmcisl on Instagram

Published: November 16, 2020


Fanny He
Assistant Director of Student Activities and Inclusivity Programming

Celebrating Native American Heritage Month 2020 at MMC

November 1 marks the official beginning of Native American Heritage Month, observed each year to honor the legacies of indigenous peoples across the country. MMC’s Office of Student Development and Activities (SDA), Sustain MMC, Magick Circle, and the Student Activities Advisory Board (SAAB) have organized a lineup of virtual events for the College community to celebrate and commemorate First Nation cultures and history.