February 2012, Volume 16, Number 1

Powerful Partnerships

Darrell Roberts, Dr. Miguel Alonso and Kedar Souffrant

Preparing Students for Top Careers

MDC’s School of Engineering and Technology teams with the FAA for a new job-training program.


Full classroom

Prestigious Grant Enables Expansion of Training Program

MDC’s School of Business will offer more outreach efforts for small business owners and entreprenuers.


Business owners networking

MDC Gives Boost to Small Businesses

The Minority and Small Business Enterprise (MSBE) Office at MDC provides opportunity for small and locally owned businesses.


International experts in the panel discussion

CLACI Fosters High-Level Discourse

MDC’s Center for Latin American and Caribbean Initiatives presents an engaging lecture on Mexico’s drug wars.


Students installing solar panels

Meeting the World’s Energy Needs

International experts exchange innovative ideas at MDC.


Joan Robertson, Diana Lewis and H. Leigh Toney

Meek Center Event Inspires Entrepreneurship

The Carrie P. Meek Entrepreneurial Education Center’s observance of Global Entrepreneurship Week focuses on key industries that drive the Florida economy.


Gaston Caperton and Jeb Bush

Focus on Latino College Completion

MDC hosts an educational roundtable to shed light on U.S. college completion rates among Latino students.


Melinda and Bill Gates

Bill and Melinda Gates Visit MDC

MDC is one of four community colleges to receive a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to increase graduation rates.



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