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The Office of Student Engagement celebrated leadership in all its forms at Middlesex Community College with a pair of special awards recognitions - the annual Leadership Recognition Ceremony and annual Club Awards Ceremony 
 
Student Leaders from across the campus were recognized at the annual Leadership Recognition Ceremony. Students involved in the First Year Champion program, Jumpstart, Up to Us initiative, Navigators leadership program, CRLA Peer Tutors, and Supplemental Instructors were all in attendance in the Lowell Café.  The program was opened by Dean of Students Pam Flaherty and hosted by MCCs Steven Rossi, Director of Student Engagement and Christine Bell, Assistant Director of Academic Support Programs. The program recognized over 100 student leaders at MCC who provide vital services to campus programs and offices! Congrats to all of our student leaders who contribute their time and energy to making MCC great!
 
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MCC Club and organizations also came to gather to celebrate a successful year! Dean of Students Pam Flaherty gave the welcome to students and talked about the importance of being involved students and club leaders on campus. The program followed with the presentation of member of the year for each club by Kirsten Morrow, Coordinator of Student Engagement and Retention and Steven Rossi, Director of Student Engagement. Highlights of the event include the presentation of Club of the Year to the Women’s Leadership Network and Program of the Year to the African Culture Club’s Fashion Show! After the formal ceremony ended, the evening transitioned into a dance party for the students including snacks and a candy buffet. The Club Awards Celebration was a great way to recognize the success of the student clubs and organizations at MCC!
Check out the pics!  Looks like a great night of clubs all around! 

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Posted: Friday, May 18, 2018 12:12 PM by MCC Blog Admin

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