Mount Wachusett Community College Foundation, Inc., a private, independent, non-profit organization, established in 1971, serves as an avenue for the community to assist with the financial support of MWCC.

The objectives of the foundation are to engage in fundraising activities which will generate funds from the private sector to increase the Foundation’s endowment. Income from the endowment is used to further the educational, social, recreational, and cultural mission of the college and to benefit the students and communities we serve. The Foundation is the only vehicle which creates a permanent source of private funding. The funding provides expanded opportunities for both the students in the College and community residents. A Board of Directors, composed of business and community leaders, formulates the policies, goals and direction of the Foundation.

The funds received by the Foundation come from alumni, individuals, corporations, private businesses, foundations, and fund raising events.

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The Foundation seeks to promote Mount Wachusett Community College as a resource to the communities of North Central Massachusetts and to acquire and administer the contributions necessary to ensure the long-term growth of the College.

Mount Wachusett Community College Foundation, Inc. supports the enduring legacy of Mount Wachusett Community College, as the cornerstone of teaching and learning to provide hope and opportunity throughout the communities it serves.

The mission of Mount Wachusett Community College Foundation, Inc. is to secure time, talent, and treasure from private and public sources that will enable the college to provide accessible, affordable education, and to implement, social, economic, and cultural initiatives.

  • Provides scholarships to MWCC students
  • Enhances academic programs and facilities
  • Supports public cultural events
  • Encourages professional development for faculty and staff

Board of Directors

  • Ray Martino, Chairman
  • Walter Dwyer, IV, Vice Chair
  • Scot Barrett, Treasurer
  • Peter C. Armbruster, Clerk
  • Charles P. Bowles
  • Winfield Brown
  • Wayne Canty
  • Richard Cella
  • Jeanie Connolly
  • Robin Duncan
  • Arthur Feehan
  • Richard Flannagan
  • George Jones, III
  • Raymond LaFond
  • Douglas J. Petersen
  • Gail Steele
  • Michael Toomey
  • Regina Wironen
  • James Garrison, Ex-Officio
  • Carla Zottoli, Executive Director