September 2014, Volume 18, Number 3

Powerful Partnerships

Enrique V. Iglesias

A Transformative Approach to Governing

MDC’s new Goberna Las Américas-Miami school created with Spain’s Ortega-Marañón Foundation offers opportunities for international dialogue.

Citi Foundation logo

A Firm Foundation for Business Growth

Generous support from Citi Foundation helps MDC expand its Small Business Education Program/Grow Miami Initiative.

MDC students interning for HUD

On the Front Line of Fair Housing

MDC students promote equality by interning at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Year Up students

Year Up Gives Students Career Advantages

The workforce program at MDC celebrates its third year by expanding to North Campus.

Instructor leading workshop

Tech Talents Shine at MDC Appathon

Wolfson Campus bustled with bright ideas during MDC’s first-ever Mobile Appathon workshop.

Students from Ecuador

Real-World Skills Enter the Equation

Theoretical ideas come to life for business scholars from Ecuador studying at MDC.

General Education Mobile (GEM) program logo

A GEM of an Opportunity

MDC teams with the Air Force for anytime, anywhere online academic programs.

TACT students at MDC

With TACT, Their Future’s Brighter

An MDC partnership empowers farmworker youth to excel in life and their future jobs.

MDC field trip to the U.S. Coast Guard

An Insider’s View of Law Enforcement

Youth investigate a variety of career options during MDC’s FBI Academy.

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