lives for more than 40 years, starting
in 1972 when 230 graduates walked
Last year, more than 1,500 grads earned
degrees and certificates.
Association, the Advancement Office hopes
to improve alumni engagement. Formed
in August, under the auspices of the MCC
Foundation, the association is focused on
strengthening the connection between alumni and the college,
according to Jim Henderson, Chairman of the MCCF Board of Trustees.
out to alumni to include them in MCC activities," said Henderson.
"We hope we will be able to use this new association to promote
more alumni participation."
Association has elected four officers: Gail Tuzzolo,
president; Sheri Denk, vice president; Scot Weisman,
treasurer; and Diego Garcia, secretary.
down former students and graduates who have been
out of touch, and offering networking and career-
development opportunities. The group also hopes to
build on the MCC Foundation's fundraising pool for
boosting programming and scholarships by tapping into
Advancement Office," said Amy Lee, Director of Annual Giving &
Alumni Relations. "Through its efforts there will now be additional
ambassadors out in the community, raising awareness of both the
college and the MCC Foundation."
College and Suffolk University
institution that gave me my
start. I hope to participate in
any way that will add value to
the students and staff.
degree in American Studies,
Smith College; master's degree
in community social psychology,
a resource for our students,
staff and faculty. I hope the
Alumni Association will
advocate in a variety of ways
for community colleges.
prepare for graduate school.
Middlesex community to ensure
that MCC continues to be a
place that changes lives in such
certifi cate and associate
degree; currently working on
a bachelor's degree at Boston
University in biomedical
laboratory and clinical sciences
at Concert Pharmaceutical
of alumni that can connect
to each other, strengthening
relations for former, current and