November 2012, Volume 16, Number 5

Powerful Partnerships


Robot Revives Classic Videos

A new video migration system is proving to be a godsend to MDC’s Lynn and Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Image Archives.

MDC grads

Powered Up for Success

MDC’s partnership with Florida Power & Light helps graduates land great jobs.

Professionals racing

Getting a Jump-Start on Jobs

Year Up Teams with MDC for an innovative career program that provides students with skills they need to excel.

Dr. Lenore Rodicio

New Strategies Bolster Student Success

A multi-year initiative at MDC aims to transform the student college experience.

Doctor examining patient

Breathing Life Into Asthma Education

MDC respiratory therapy students help children learn how to best manage their disease.

John Richard

Humanities Champions Converge at MDC

Proponents of the humanities, arts and social sciences join forces in a major forum at MDC.

María Elena Salinas and Arturo Vargas

Redefining the Role of American Latinos

The first American Latino National Summit meets at MDC to present the economic case for Latino advancement.

Oren Gal

Taking Their Game to the Next Level

MDC’s Sharks baseball team shines in exhibition games with Israeli teams.

Stilt walker at rally

Making Democracy Count

Thousands of students from MDC’s eight campuses gather in Downtown Miami for a voter education rally.

MDC student with Benjamín León III

Nursing School Celebrates 50th Year, Gets Major Gift

The León family steps up to help meet workforce needs by bolstering MDC’s outstanding program by expanding facilities and infrastructure.

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