30 Days of Giving: Taking Volunteerism to Scale
Dec22

30 Days of Giving: Taking Volunteerism to Scale

Beginning Monday, November 26, SUNY will be pinning stories of giving, service, and kindness originating from each of our 64 campuses and the communities that these schools are a part of. With over 467,000 students, SUNY consistently takes advantage of the opportunity it has to be a significant impact in communities across New York State. The 30 Days of Giving campaign is a great way to recognize students and community partners...

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30 Days of Giving: Taking Volunteerism to Scale
Dec15

30 Days of Giving: Taking Volunteerism to Scale

Beginning Monday, November 26, SUNY will be pinning stories of giving, service, and kindness originating from each of our 64 campuses and the communities that these schools are a part of. With over 467,000 students, SUNY consistently takes advantage of the opportunity it has to be a significant impact in communities across New York State. The 30 Days of Giving campaign is a great way to recognize students and community partners...

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MCC Initiative Honored by U.S. Department of Education

Monroe Community College has earned high marks from the U.S. Department of Education for an initiative that helps East High School students better prepare for college. MCC is among 24 organizations — and the only community college — in the nation to be recognized as a 2012-2013 Together for Tomorrow Challenge winner. Together for Tomorrow Challenge promotes and recognizes partnerships among schools, families, community-based...

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U.S. Labor Secretary Visits MCC
Oct04

U.S. Labor Secretary Visits MCC

U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis visited Monroe Community College’s Applied Technologies Center on Sept. 24 to highlight a $14.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to a consortium of State University of New York community colleges, led by MCC. The grant, issued as part of the federal Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) program, will allow a consortium of SUNY community...

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New Program Empowers Abuse Survivors to Become Entrepreneurs

Susan Still, a Rochester women’s rights activist, still carries the physical and emotional scars from a 24-year-long abusive relationship with her husband. Her scars serve as a reminder of how far she’s come since that day in 2003 when she was repeatedly beaten and berated by her husband for nearly an hour in front of their 8-year-old son while their older son was forced to videotape the abuse. It would be the last physical attack she...

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