2017 Employee Dev Day: Photo Gallery Live!

Need proof that MVC had the best Employee Development Days ever? Look no further than our very own photo gallery, which represents just some of what makes MVC a “Best Place to Work” (as recognized by NISOD two years in a row!).


Mountain View College Employee Development Days kicked off with an engaging campus forum on DCCCD Guided Pathways to Success, led by Dr. Lori Doddy and Reginald Gray.


Friday, February 24 was the official kickoff to “MVC Family Games” and the entire day was focused on teamwork and collaboration. For social media engagement throughout the day, look no further than: #MVCFamilyGames


There were many opportunities for employees to engage in friendly competition (and give the crowd a few laughs in the process).


A guest panel also featured representation by the district, administration, faculty, professional support staff, coaches, and students. It was an opportunity to hear from diverse voices across campus on the subject of teamwork.


After the opening session, employees were given the opportunity to hop on a party bus (MVC van) a head out to the Sports Complex to experience athletics first-hand.


Our own MVC students helped in all Sports Complex sessions and created a unique moments for all MVC employees.


Many thanks to the MVC athletics team, coaches, and unsung heroes who inspire our students every single day, both on and off the field.


With the theme of MVC Family Games, employees were treated to a variety of sessions focused on communication, trust, and collaboration all across campus.


It was a great opportunity for all employees to experience meaningful, memorable, and motivational moments throughout the day.


Such opportunities included presentations, game-based sessions, campus tours, and much more in over 20 sessions all around campus.


For those exceptional employees who demonstrated positive attributes of teamwork in sessions or joined in on a variety of social media contests, awards were given out to recognize their contribution to the MVC Family.

Complete Photo Gallery


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