The Alumni Office proudly provides you with a lifelong connection through programs and services that interest you.
Mitchell Alumni Business Network
The Alumni Business Network supports Mitchell graduates by connecting you with fellow alumni-owned businesses. We are honored to support our Alumni businesses within the state and across the country.
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Alumni Businesses in the News
In working one-on-one with clients who are just getting back into a workout and wellness routine, I often warn them that they should not try to “build Rome in a day.’ It’s unrealistic to expect to start working out five-to-six days a week when you aren’t working out on a regular basis, just as it’s unrealistic to assume you’ll be able to completely revamp your diet overnight. With both fitness and food, the problem usually occurs when there are too many ingredients and the recipe becomes too complicated.
Thousands of prom dresses- and they're all free to those who need them thanks to the Glass Slipper Project.Ladies, dig into your closets and dig out those formal dresses you no longer wear. The Glass Slipper Project is taking donations to help high school girls get ready for prom. Smitten Boutique just west of the Loop is collecting dresses with a beautiful past and romantic future.
Local chef and caterer Bob Sferra of Culinary Occasions shares a potato casserole recipe that is not only perfect for Thanskgiving, but would be a great side dish all winter long.Click here to learn more about Culinary Occasions and Bob's upcoming cooking class schedule.
Small Business Center Network
The Small Business Center (SBC) at Mitchell Community College is part of the statewide Small Business Center Network (SBCN), a community college-funded initiative with a vision to foster and support entrepreneurship, small business and economic development in local communities across the state. Whether you are exploring your options for opening a business or you are an experienced business owner, the Small Business Center is a valuable resource for small businesses in Iredell County.
The Mitchell Mentoring program brings together influential members in the community with a common goal of supporting current Mitchell students in their pursuit of higher education. Mentors help these students reach their full potential through the support and guidance given.
Joining the Mitchell Alumni Association helps future students. The $15 membership fee supports the Alumni Association Scholarship Fund in addition to covering the yearly administration costs of the association.
Mitchell Alumni Business Network Registration
Are you a Mitchell alumnus/a that owns a business? Or do you want to help support alumni-owned businesses? This resource allows alumni-owned businesses to submit their information to be posted here on the online alumni community.