The MCC Libraries are hosting Census events throughout the Spring 2020 semester. These presentations are open to students, faculty, staff and the public. If you can't attend in person, you can watch live on Zoom video conferencing or watch the recordings, which will be posted to this page three days after the presentation.
February 20, 2020 @ 3:30 PM in Hargrove Library, Bullhead City Campus: Have you ever wondered when the first Census was conducted in Mohave County or Bullhead City? What questions were asked and how have they changed? How was data collected and protected? Join Tiffany Harvey of the U.S. Census Bureau for walk down memory lane to see the changes that have been made to understand the people and places in America since the 1st Decennial Census in this brief chat about the History of the Decennial Census.
Watch Live Online: https://mohave.zoom.us/my/bhclibrary1
March 11, 2020 @ 6 PM in Building 200, Room 240, Neal Campus Kingman : How do you know if the person knocking on your door is a real census taker? How does the Census Bureau keep your information confidential? Join Tiffany Harvey of the U.S. Census Bureau for Safety and the Census, a session where you will learn how to keep your personal information and property safe during the Census season.
Watch live online: https://mohave.zoom.us/my/ncklibrary
April 1, 2020 @ 12 PM in Hodel Library, Lake Havasu City Campus: Join Tiffany Harvey of the U.S. Census Bureau for The Importance of the 2020 Census to Mohave County. Ms. Harvey will discuss the three Federal assistance programs that use census data to distribute funding - local highway planning and construction, the Federal Pell Grant Program, and Title 1 grant programs relevant to K-12 schools.
Watch live online: https://mohave.zoom.us/my/lhclibrary