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Spring Internship Fair
Thursday, February 13, Bedford Campus, Campus Center 2:00-4:00pm

Students will have the opportunity to speak to employers seeking interns for all industries.  This is a great opportunity for students to practice their "elevator pitch" and to expand their professional network.  Students should bring their resume and dress for success!
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Biotech Learn & Earn Scholars Experience Information Sessions
Monday, March 2, Lowell Pollard Building, 407, 4:30-6:00pm
Wednesday, March 11, Bedford Campus, Henderson Hall, Room 217

Learn about a new option with MCC's Biotech program that will give you employment opportunities with a leading Biotech company, while earning your associate degree, starting Fall 2020!  For more information contact Lauren Sadler

Women in STEM Luncheon
Wednesday, March 4, Bedford Campus, Campus Center, 1:00-3pm

MCC’s annual Women in STEM Luncheon will feature a panel of women who contribute to the fields and advancement of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).  Learn about their exemplary careers and current research projects, and network with these extraordinary women over lunch as you launch your own STEM careers.  MCC’s Women in STEM Luncheon is free and lunch will be provided, but reservations are required. 

Please visit the following website to register for this event:

This event is open to the first 95 students and faculty that register. This event is for ALL GENDERS.  Questions?  Contact Amanda Bordenca at

Diplomat in Residence 
Wednesday, March 11, Lowell Cowan Center, Pathways Career Center, Room 306, 9:30-10:45am

Philip Beekman Diplomat in Residence – DIR New England (CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT) | U.S. Department of State

Phil Beekman will be coming to MCC to talk to students about career opportunities at the US Department of State and touch upon Computer Science/IT Opportunities in the Federal Government.  Contact for more information.

IDS135: STEM Career Exploration: Biotechnology Field
Friday and Saturday, March 27-28, Lowell Federal Building, Assembly Room

Explore the field of Biotechnology in this two-day, 1-credit course, developed by MCC Biotech Professors! It will offer an array of sessions and demonstrations covering topics such as career pathways, resume building, and soft skills. You’ll get to hear from employers and visit lab spaces! Register now!​  To get more information to become a Biotech Learn & Earn Scholar, you can apply for the initiative.  For more information on the application process or the IDS course, contact Lauren Sadler,


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