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 Massasoit Announces Awards to Be Given at Gala

Massasoit Announces Awards to Be Given at Gala

Massasoit Community College Announces Awards to Be Given at Annual Fall Gala on October 25, 2014

Dr. Jane A. Auger, founding director of Radiologic Technology Program at Massasoit, and Paul J. Sullivan, Vice President and Director of Marketing for Sullivan Tire, to receive the Presidential Medallion award at Annual Fall Gala

Dr. Charles Wall, president of Massasoit Community College, announced recently that two individuals with extensive ties to Massasoit and the community, Dr. Jane A. Auger and Paul J. Sullivan, will receive the College’s 2015 honorary degrees.

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 Massasoit Honored for ESOL Partnership

Massasoit Honored for ESOL Partnership

Massasoit Community College’s Division of Workforce Development & Community Education were honored on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 for their partnership with Churchill Linen Service for providing ESOL courses to employees. Massasoit’s Associate Director of Corporate Education, Steven Litcoff and Churchill Linen Services CEO, Ken DeDominici accepted the award from MA Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development Rachel Kaprielian and Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh in a ceremony held in Boston.

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For more information about ESOL programs for your organization, contact Maryellen Brett, Director of Corporate and Professional Training at 508-588-9100 ext. 1302 or email mbrett1@massasoit.mass.edu.

 Massasoit Shares in $20 Million Labor Grant

Massasoit Shares in $20 Million Labor Grant

A consortia proposal submitted collectively by the 15 community colleges in Massachusetts led by Massasoit Community College has been selected by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) for the fourth and final round of federal funding from the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training Grant (TAACCCT). The community colleges are advancing a comprehensive approach to addressing the training and educational needs of workers and employers statewide with a focus on articulated pathways to careers in high-growth STEM sectors (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math; as well as advanced manufacturing and healthcare). The $20 million grant is the highest funded of the 66 awarded in the country by U.S. DOL. The project, entitled Guided Pathways to Success in STEM (GPSTEM), will use the national Complete College America Guided Pathways to Success model to assist eligible students in obtaining degrees and certificates in STEM fields. The model focuses on reducing the time to completion of certificates and degree programs, resulting in more students entering employment in the Commonwealth and/or transferring into baccalaureate programs to add to their credentials.

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 Transition to Community College Program

Transition to Community College Program

The Transition to Community College Program is held at Massasoit's Brockton Campus and is designed to help prepare Adult Learners for a successful transition to a college degree or certificate program at Massasoit Community College. This program is funded by a grant from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and is FREE to all who meet the eligibility requirements. Registrations being accepted for spring semester.

For more information, please contact:

Linda Aspinwall, Director
Adult Basic Education Programs
T: 508-588-9100 x1301
F: 508.427.1248
E: laspinwall@Massasoit.mass.edu

Or

Dianne Blanchard
Educational & Career Advisor
T: 508-588-9100 x1303
F: 508.427.1248
E: dblanchard1@massasoit.mass.edu

 Massasoit has New Veterans Services Coordinator

Massasoit has New Veterans Services Coordinator

Dr. Charles Wall, president of Massasoit Community College, is pleased to announce that Brian J. Smith, a veteran of the United States Air Force, has joined the College as the new Veteran Services Coordinator and Counselor.

While on active duty with the Air Force, Brian spent six years as a security policeman in North Dakota, South Korea, Turkey, the Azores, and Afghanistan. After completing his military service and while earning his bachelor’s degree, Brian served as the Student Coordinator of Veteran Success at the University of New Haven, where he developed programs and events for military veteran students. Following graduation, he taught at Elm City College Preparatory School. He holds an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Quincy College as well as a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice with a concentration in International Justice and Security from the University of New Haven.

“Brian brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to his new position, and I am certain that he will be an invaluable resource for our students who have served in the military,” said Dr. Wall. “We are proud to support our military veterans and their families, and I look forward to welcoming Brian to the Massasoit community.”

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