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Three Honored by Mercer County Community College's Board of Trustees


West Windsor, NJ:  Mercer County Community College’s (MCCC) Board of Trustees honored alumnus Jeff Callahan of Hamilton, WZBN TV, and SES at its Open House and Report to the Community on Nov. 10. 

The event provided an opportunity for prospective students of all ages, parents and educators to learn about the college’s credit and noncredit programs. Community partners, Foundation board members, alumni and the community were invited to help celebrate the college’s successes.


Mercer County Community College’s Board of Trustees honored three at its Open House and Report to the Community on Nov. 10.  Pictured, from left, are MCCC President Patricia C. Donohue, awardees Greg Zanoni of WZBN TV, Douglas Clayton of SES, Alumnus Jeff Callahan, and MCCC Board Chair Mark Matzen.

Alumni Leader Awardee, Jeff Callahan, has been a member of the college community for more than 40 years. He currently is an administrative specialist in the Liberal Arts division and serves as secretary for the Curriculum, Distinguished Teaching and Academic Integrity Committees.  A 1997 graduate of the Funeral Service Education program, he is a licensed funeral director and a member of the Mercer County, New Jersey and National Funeral Directors Associations as well as the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice. He volunteers his time to assist senior citizens in completing medical claims, is a life member of the Disabled American Veterans and belongs to the American Legion.

Partner in Learning Awardee, WZBN TV, the cable television station for Mercer County, has covered events and news at MCCC since 1993, and regularly broadcasts interviews with college faculty and staff.  The station has hired many student interns and graduates over the years, and two are currently employed there. For six years WZBN has offered an annual $1,000 scholarship for M CCC graduates planning to continue their education in broadcasting.

Corporate Partner Awardee, SES, is the world’s premiere satellite provider. The company has continued to choose MCCC’s Center for Training and Development (CTD) to provide training programs for its employees.  For more than a decade the CTD has trained SES employees worldwide, including at sites in New Jersey, Washington D.C., the Netherlands and Luxembourg.   

The Open House showcased the college’s programs and services and celebrated academic achievement. As part of the program, President Donohue presented her annual report to the community, highlighting the year's successes and major accomplishments, including approval for a major Solar Farm on campus.


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