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MWCC Honors the Hard Work of 65 Outstanding Students at Evening of Excellence Awards Ceremony

Mount Wachusett Community College celebrated the achievements of 65 students during its annual Evening of Excellence awards event last night at Theatre at the Mount. “Tonight is all about our students,” said Jason Zelesky, Interim Vice President of Student Affairs. “I am constantly reminded that Mount Wachusett is the college that changes lives,” said Zelesky. […]

Nate Johnson’s Advocacy Work to be Recognized with MWCC’s Service Above Self Award

Nate Johnson’s dedication to North Quabbin Citizen Advocacy association, which matches mentally disabled people with friends in an effort to improve their lives and integrate them into the wider community, is set to be recognized with Mount Wachusett Community College’s Service Above Self award. “Nate is the epitome of service above self. I am impressed […]

MWCC Inducts New Members to International Honor Society Phi Theta Kappa

MWCC’s Phi Delta Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa international honor society inducted new members and presented sizable donations to community service organizations last week. During the chapter’s induction ceremony on May 3, the newest members of the organization were inducted into the honor society for high-achieving community college students. In addition to the ceremony, […]

MWCC’s Kimberly Cook to Receive 29 Who Shine Award

Mount Wachusett Community College student Kimberly Cook has been named one of the Bay State’s 29 Who Shine in recognition of her strong academic performance and commitment to fellow college students who are parents. “Kimberly is not only a standout student but is one of the founding members of the college’s Parent Support Group. The […]

United Way Youth Venture Awards Student Scholarships

Three local high school seniors have received scholarships from the United Way Youth Venture program for their involvement in their communities. Ethan Smith, from Leominster High School, was the recipient of the Bob Chauvin Leadership Award. Victoria Powers, from Oakmont Regional High School, and Samantha Collette, from Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School were each awarded […]

Armand Savoie Named MWCC Alumnus of the Year

Armand Savoie has been named as Mount Wachusett Community College’s Alumnus of the Year in recognition of an accomplished engineering career that was grounded in an education at the college. “Savoie is a fantastic example of the grit and determination that so many of our students exhibit as they use their education from MWCC to […]

MWCC Students Hosting Opioid Addiction Awareness Panel

A panel organized by psychology students at Mount Wachusett Community College will discuss opioid addiction on Tuesday, May 1. The discussion will take place at 12:30 p.m. in the North Cafe and is open to the public. It will cover treatment centers, legislation and other state-level developments in Massachusetts and personal journeys of recovery. Panelists […]

Student Leaders Elected at MWCC

Nine Mount Wachusett Community College students were elected by their peers to student government leadership positions recently. The vote that took place on April 12 set the student representation at the college for the next year. Those representatives are:   Sophomore Representatives: Allison Guthrie of Templeton Riya Patel of Ashburnham Ethan Williams of Leominster   […]

Tea Time Speaker Series Hosting Indigenous Peoples and Native American Indians Panel

Mount Wachusett Community College’s Tea Time Speaker Series will host a panel discussion highlighting indigenous peoples and Native American Indians on Monday, April 30 from 12 to 2 p.m. “Together we will listen as members of the Cherokee, Nimpuc, Taíno, Pocasset Wampanoag, and Mashantucket Pequot tribes and a researcher share their cultural experiences, life stories, […]

MWCC Initiates First Ever Delta Alpha Pi Honor Society Members

Five Mount Wachusett Community College students were inaugurated into the Delta Alpha Pi Honor Society Thursday as the college became the eighth college in Massachusetts to host a chapter of the honor society recognizing high-achieving college and university students with disabilities. “You are joining an elite group of honors students across this country,” said Dean […]