November 2012, Volume 16, Number 5


Aileen Llado and Tre King

Single Stop Transforms Multiple Lives

Thousands benefit from the mentoring and all-encompassing services offered through MDC’s partnership with Single Stop USA.

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Spreading a Message of Hope

A documentary by MDC and a local synagogue features Holocaust survivors who tell their stories of courage and survival.

Haitian teachers holding certificates

Narrowing the Technological Divide

Teachers in Haiti expand their horizons through an MDC course on using technology in the classroom.

Pamela Menke and Jiawei Qu

Sharing Educational Expertise

Collaborations between MDC and Chinese institutions grow.

Chef Elizabeth Falkner greeting guests

Celebrity Chef Pops in at MCI

Students play a hands-on role in the restaurant event at MDC’s Miami Culinary Institute.

Program graduates holding certificates

Opening the Doors of Opportunity

The hospitality training program at MDC’s Hospitality Institute helps more people than ever prepare for the workforce.


Paying Tribute to Julia Child

MDC’s Miami Culinary Institute teams with Les Dames d’Escoffier Miami to celebrate the iconic chef’s 100th birthday.

George P. Bush at podium

Rallying the Youth

George P. Bush visits Wolfson Campus to encourage students to take an active role in democracy through public service.

Dr. Lourdes Oroza, Armando Fana and Floyd Pittman

A Model for Green Technologies

The new Visitor Pavilion at Kendall Campus is a fitting addition to MDC’s Environmental Center.

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