MWCC NewsCenter

business plan competition group photo cropped Teen Entrepreneurs Take First Prize in MWCC Business Plan Competition February 25, 2015 - A team of Leominster teenagers came a step closer to manufacturing an exercise device designed to improve flexibility and prevent injury, after taking first place in MWCC’s Business Plan Competition. During a close, but friendly competition, three finalists presented their proposals to a panel of judges during the evening event on Feb. 24 in the […]
WHC-30 Reggae Fusion Band to Perform Free Concert at MWCC February 25, 2015 - The Wicked Hangin Chads, a Boston-based reggae fusion band influenced by Bob Marley and Jimmy Cliff among others, will perform a free concert Saturday, March 14 at Mount Wachusett Community College. The concert will serve as a live training event for students enrolled in MWCC’s Media Arts and Technology program, as well as provide hands-on […]
Gail Thomas MWCC Celebrates Women’s History Month February 25, 2015 - MWCC is celebrating Women’s History Month with several events in March. On Thursday, March 5, author and poet Gail Thomas will present a poetry reading at 12:30 in the North Café. Thomas has published two books of poetry, No Simple Wilderness: An Elegy for Swift River Valley, (Haley’s) and Finding the Bear (Perugia). Her poems […]
Business Group Free North Central MA Business Resource Forum February 24, 2015 - Massachusetts business owners, presidents and human resources professionals are invited to attend a free North Central Massachusetts Resource Forum on Thursday, March 19 from 8:30 to 10:30 at Mount Wachusett Community College’s Leominster campus, 100 Erdman Way. Sponsored by MWCC, the event will include representatives from the college, state agencies, the city of Leominster and […]
MWCC 2015 COMECC UWNCM campaign 1 MWCC Employees Raise $61,978 for 2015 Charitable Campaign February 23, 2015 - Mount Wachusett Community College faculty and staff have donated $61,978 to the 2015 Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employees Charitable Campaign (COMECC) and the United Way of North Central Massachusetts. Over the past five years, college employees have contributed more than $309,000 to aid those in need. “I am very proud of the generosity our faculty and […]