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MWCC Celebrates Graduation of 16 Adult Education Students

Mount Wachusett Community College celebrated the graduation of 16 students from the college’s Adult Basic Education program on Wednesday. “However you got here, I hope that you have that moment tonight where you feel the joy in yourself for what you have done,” said Rachel Frick Cardelle, MWCC’s Interim VP for Lifelong Learning and Workforce […]

MWCC Students Donate Over 750 Books to Promote Early Childhood Literacy

For the fourth year, hundreds of kindergarten and first grade students in Gardner will end the school year with engaging summertime reading to take home, thanks to a donation of over 750 books from a group of Mount Wachusett Community College students. Otaku United, a club that celebrates Asian culture, donated over 750 books to […]

MWCC Announces Spring 2018 President’s List and Dean’s List

The following Mount Wachusett Community College students who completed a minimum of 12 semester hours with a grade point average of 4.0 were named to the President’s List for the spring 2018 semester: President’s List Spring 2018 Massachusetts Ashburnham: Brandt Bodley-Gomes, Kelsey March Athol: Nicholas Batutis, Melody Bovino, Nelson Leadbetter, Marieny Pedroza Ayer: Brittany Bechtel, […]

MWCC Hosting Veteran’s Resource Fair on June 19

Mount Wachusett Community College will be hosting a free Veteran’s Resource Fair with over 25 organizations on Tuesday, June 19 in an effort to connect veterans and their families with services. “Though it is taking place at Mount Wachusett Community College, it is by no means limited to veteran educational matters. There will be many […]

Officials Thanked for Mentoring MWCC Criminal Justice Student Interns

Mount Wachusett Community College officials thanked police and other criminal justice partners from communities including Ashburnham, Gardner, Westminster, and Winchendon at a recent recognition luncheon. At the end of every semester, MWCC’s Criminal Justice department hosts a recognition luncheon where participating criminal justice students thank their internship hosts for all they have learned and for […]

MWCC Announces Free Financial Seminars for Veterans and their Families

Mount Wachusett Community College has announced the dates of three free financial literacy workshops for veterans and their families that will be held at the college’s Leominster campus. “Being an informed consumer is being a smart consumer. This is why we encourage area veterans and their families to attend these free seminars,” said MWCC’s Director […]

MWCC Student Veterans Receive Continued Support from Gardner VFW

The Ovila Case Post 905 Veterans of Foreign Wars in Gardner recently donated $1,000 to the Mount Wachusett Community College Foundation’s Veterans Memorial Scholarship. President James Vander Hooven, Foundation Executive Director Carla Zottoli, and Director of Veteran Services Bob Mayer accepted the generous donation on May 15 from Quarter Master Howard Sands and Past Commander […]

Monty Tech Delivers Furniture Made from MWCC Trees

Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School students recently delivered furniture to Mount Wachusett Community College made from three maple trees that had previously been located at the college’s Gardner campus. The trees were removed during the construction of the Asquino Science Center but were put to a new use in keeping with the college’s commitment to […]

MWCC Introduces Paramedic Technology Certificate Program

Mount Wachusett Community College announced today that it is seeking applicants for its first ever Paramedic Technology Certificate program, one of only 9 such programs in the state of Massachusetts and the only one in the North Central region. Admission to the program will be selective with limited space. The deadline for application is July […]

Choosing MWCC Dual-Enrollment: Morgan Blavackas

At the May 2018 Pathways Early College Innovation School and the Gateway to College graduation, four student speakers shared their story of having completed their high school degree and gotten college credits at the same time at MWCC. These speeches were given by the valedictorians from each program as well as a student from each […]