included staff members from the university's building services,
dining services, housing, grounds, maintenance and public safety
areas, who met for 90 minutes twice a week during the spring and
fall semesters. Their supervisors arranged work schedules so employees
could take release time, while the university covered the cost
of the program and course materials.
received certificates and were recognized by Princeton University’s
President, Shirley M. Tilghman, at left in above photo, who said,
“The university believes in two things most fundamentally.
One is the power of education and the second is that we are an
institution that continually strives for excellence. What is so
wonderful about ‘Excelling at Princeton’ is that it
combines those two things at the core of our mission to create
opportunities for our staff to use education as a way to change
new group of program participants began classes in February.
MCCC's Center for Training and Development develops and implements
custom-designed training programs for a variety of organizations,
including pharmaceutical, communications, software, biotec and
manufacturing companies as well as associations and government
agencies. Partnerships with national training organizations such
as the American Management Association, Achieve Global and others
enable the Center to offer the latest in professional training.
photo by Denise Applewhite.