Issue 2007 - 3, July,
Message from President Patricia C. Donohue
than 10,000 students... and children...are learning at MCCC this summer!
here for the full story.
WWFM General Manager Appointed
a nationwide search, MCCC has named Peter Fretwell of Spokane, Washington,
as general manager of WWFM The Classical Network. His priorities are to
expand the station's influence on the arts in N.J., to grow its listenership,
engage the community and expand on corporate sponsorships and arts grants.
and details here.
Aug. 8 -- Info. Session for People in Transition
thinking of returning to college to train for a new career or to prepare
for retirement are invited to an Information Session on Wednesday, Aug.
8, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at MCCC's Conference Center. Representatives
from both campuses, in credit and noncredit programs, will provide information
about careers in the health professions, security, computers and technology,
construction, interior design and more.
here for more information.
Program Welcomes New Students
college's innovative DREAM program for students with intellectual disabilities
welcomed its new class of students at a recent reception. College programs
for the intellectually disabled are a relatively new, but growing concept.
and story here.
The Viking Alumni Newsletter is Hot Off the Presses!
Summer 2007 issue of Viking is printed and in the mail.
Click here to read
the newsletter online, including highlights from MCCC's recent Inauguration
and Commencement ceremonies.
in the News
President Patricia Donohue recently taped a "Comcast Newsmaker"
interview, giving an overview of MCCC and its learning opportunities.
The five-minute interview is expected to air on Comcast Cable TV, CN8,
twice a day during the week of July 16.
here to read some of MCCC's recent publicity in area papers.
to Kelsey Theatre
13-22 - "The Sound of Music"
- Aug. 5 -- "Bat Boy"
11 -- "Nosing Around on the Road"
here for past issues of e-News@MCCC
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