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What Can You Do With a Media Arts and Technology Degree?

If you love movies, music or photography but are more interested in what happens behind the camera or microphone, a degree in Media Arts and Technology may be the right choice for you. At Mount Wachusett Community College (MWCC), we offer a comprehensive Media Arts and Technology associate degree that gives you the soft and hard skills […]

What Are the Benefits of a CNA to LPN Program?

Being a certified nursing assistant (CNA) is a very rewarding career that helps individuals gain invaluable health care experience. But over time, it’s natural to want to take the next step in your career to become a licensed practical nurse (LPN). As an LPN, you have more responsibilities, career opportunities and increased earning potential while working […]

What Can You Do With a Graphic Design Degree?

Are you considering a career in graphic design? We don’t blame you. Graphic design is a dynamic field where creativity meets technology. But what does it entail? What can you do with a graphic design degree? Is it the best option for you? Let’s explore the many career paths you can take with a graphic design degree, […]

What to Study to Become a Lawyer

There are more than 1.3 million lawyers in the United States, earning a median annual wage of $145,760 and turning their passions into lucrative and fulfilling careers. Becoming a lawyer takes time, planning and hard work. If you’re an aspiring lawyer, prepare yourself to take many steps to practice law, from completing an undergraduate degree to passing several stringent […]

Celebrating a Decade of Honoring Veterans in Gardner on Flag Day

This year marks a significant milestone for our community in Gardner as The Salvation Army celebrates the 10th anniversary of its flag-placing tradition. This heartfelt initiative began a decade ago, initially held in front of city hall for the first two years before moving to Mount Wachusett Community College (MWCC), where it has been held […]