meeting was held Tuesday, Jan. 31, in Trustees'
House on the Bedford campus. Established under
the auspices of the MCC Foundation, the Alumni
Association will provide formal leadership and a
voice for Middlesex alumni, while also working
in close connection with the foundation. (See
through the Class of 2016. Middlesex President James C. Mabry and MCC Foundation Chairman Jim
Henderson participated in the first meeting.
Secretary Diego Garcia '16; and Treasurer Scot Weisman 2008-14.
Maria Brogan '05; Miranda Cashman '14; Gregg Champney '98; Erin Gilchrist Young '13; Michael
Herlihy '77; Michele Hutcheon '72; Izabela Iem '10; Patrick Kenney '08; Susan Lavallee '88; Patricia
Morrow '91; Joe Orfant '72; Julie Quertenmont '13; Kathy Rich '83; Ed Shoemaker '11; Lisa Stott '93;
and Patricia Waggoner '79.
Association. The association's goal is to engage alums with the college and develop alumni
programming. Over the next few months, the board will be reaching out to alums for help serving on
you like to get involved or volunteer at the college?
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fi rst meeting.
Foundation NEAR Scholarship
representatives from the Northeast Association of
Realtors (NEAR) participating in the March 1 MCC
Foundation Scholarship Awards Ceremony.
and Maria Brogan '05, joined Ric Beaudoin
to present the 2017 NEAR Scholarship to
student Zeel Patel.
student who resides in a town in the association's
service area: Andover, Billerica, Boxford, Carlisle,
Chelmsford, Dracut, Dunstable, Lawrence, Littleton,
Lowell, Methuen, North Andover, Tewksbury,
Tyngsboro and Westford.
Scholarships, visit: https://www.middlesex.
Olivares '01, an agent at Coco, Early & Associates in
Bradford; NEAR Scholarship recipient Zeel Patel; Susan
Callahan '05, president-elect of NEAR and an agent at
Century 21 Commonwealth in Billerica; Maria Brogan '05,
CEO, Northeast Association of Realtors in Westford; and
Ric Beaudoin, Loan Offi cer at CrossCountry Mortgage in
Salem, N.H., and 2017 NEAR Community Service
MCCF Student Scholarship
presented $2,000 to the MCC Foundation to
support a new scholarship fund. Organized
through MCC's Health & STEM Pathways Center,
the People Ready Scholarship will provide
financial support to qualified Middlesex students.
Shown here (left to right): Dean of College
Advancement Dennis Malvers, Pathways Center
Career Specialist Joe Braga, and Pathways Center
Director Audrey Frater, with People Ready's
Natalye Alter, Mike Newlands and Wayne
skilled labor for industries such as construction,
hospitality, manufacturing and transportation.