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2013 MCC Foundation Board
James W. Henderson
Chairman
Robert A. Barton
David Basile
Edward M. Cawley
John P. Chemaly
John Cogliano, Jr.
Leo Creegan
Samir A. Desai
James M. Geary, Jr.
David C. Grieb
Eric (Rick) W. Hanson
Terrence J. McCarthy
Thomas F. McKay
James H. Mullen, Jr.
Duane E. Taylor
James F. Linnehan, Jr.
MCC Executive Vice President and
MCC Foundation Executive Director
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ince it was founded in 1970, Middlesex Community College has focused on the future
of education. Today, it is one of the largest community colleges in Massachusetts, with a
200-acre campus in Bedford and a vibrant campus in the heart of downtown Lowell.
The Middlesex Community College Foundation was created to ensure that MCC maintains
its position as a recognized educational leader, as well as an innovative community partner, a
provider of creative international initiatives, and an agent for regional economic growth and
workforce development.
The work of the MCC Foundation would not be possible without the help of committed
individuals, dedicated community partners and forward-thinking corporations who believe
in the college and its mission. We welcome your participation in helping to strengthen the
Middlesex college community.
- James W. Henderson, Chairman
MCC Foundation Board
2013 ANNUAL REPORT
Giving
Annual Fund 2013
The MCC Annual Fund provides direct financial support to college programs and services that
broaden educational opportunities and experiences for students. MCC faculty and staff are invited
annually to submit proposals for grants to fund projects, activities or equipment not funded through
the regular college budget process. The 2013 grant allocations are listed below.
2013 Annual Fund awards $50,214 in grants.
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Enhancing Science Teaching with
Technology $1,800
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Student Emergency Fund $1,800
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Global Entrepreneurship Week $1,800
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Early College High School FYE
Course $1,839
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DECA Collegiate Chapter Advisor
Training $1,900
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Enhancing Learning with Probe
Technology Tutor $2,500
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Enhancing the Ergonomics of DMS
Graduates $3,600
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Carnegie Elective Community-Engagement
Reclassification $4,975
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Service Experience in Haiti $5,000
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Faculty and Staff Development $5,000
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Latino Advancement Institute $5,000
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First-Year Experience Winter Retreat $5,000
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Pottery Wheels $5,000
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Student Social Media Internship $5,000
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Annual Report