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Message from the President
At Middlesex, we are devoted to helping all students succeed.
Whether you are planning to start a bachelor's degree, improve
your current job skills, or seek a career-training program, MCC is
the right choice for you. We take great pride in serving our diverse
community and guiding all on a path to success.
In this issue of Profiles, we are celebrating our Workforce Development Team. Through
a variety of robust corporate training programs and community education course offerings,
Middlesex is committed to ensuring the region's employers have the well-trained,
well-educated workers they need to thrive and grow the local economy.
Over the years, MCC has established strong relationships with community partners,
like Lowell General Hospital, who turn to us for workforce training. And we have
innovated successful new programs, like our Academy of Health Professions, in
response to industry needs.
Middlesex has many student success stories, like Biotech alum Robert Kenyon who has risen
to the top of his field. And we continue to foster the development of current students, such
as Raphael Marinho, who traveled to Costa Rica to explore environmental sustainability,
and Maranda Fahie, who brings the important student voice to our Board of Trustees.
We are an institution where everyone teaches and everyone learns. At Middlesex, we work
together to embrace innovation, encourage entrepreneurship, and promote changes that
help us continue our mission of transforming lives through education.
It is an honor to serve as your president.
All the best,
Dr. James C. Mabry
Middlesex President
Profiles Magazine is a 2014 winner of a Bronze Paragon award from the National Council
for Marketing & Public Relations, and a winner of a 2014 Silver Award from the 30th Annual
Educational Advertising Awards, sponsored by Higher Education Marketing Report.
Focus on Workforce Development
of people, programs
at Middlesex Community College
Fall 2015
Volume 18
Issue 1
Board of Trustees
On the cover: Middlesex President James C. Mabry (left) with Lowell General Hospital President Jody White.