June 2015, Volume 19, Number 3

Powerful Partnerships

Students at MDC TurboVote event

Vote of Confidence

MDC’s TurboVote involvement has been more successful in driving student-voter registration than any other participating college in the nation.


Harry Hoffman and Jeanne Jacobs

Collaboration Helps Students Build New Careers

A new internship program provides real-world experience in the construction industry.


North Campus students

Working with Aetna for Healthier Living

Project Alive promotes good eating and active lifestyles.


Susan Neimand

Teaming With the Experts in D.C.

A transatlantic symposium finds exceptional examples at MDC.


Jordi Roca

Spanish ‘Magician’ Shares Trade Secrets

Culinary students are treated to a master class with the world’s best pastry chef.


MDC eMerge booth

Meaningful Partnerships ‘eMerge’ From Conference

MDC made a major impact at the 2015 eMerge American technology conference.


Students studying fingerprints

Crossing the Yellow Tape

MDC’s School of Justice collaborates with the FBI to offer a weeklong Youth Academy.


Medical graphic

One Step Closer to Jobs in Medical Fields

Initiatives at MDC prepare youth for exciting careers.


Barbara Pryor and Virginia Emmons

New Accolades for Innovation

MDC is named a winner in the Service Year + Higher Education Innovation Challenge.


Meily Wu and Michael Mathews

Round Two for CGI U

Seed money from the Clinton Global Initiative University enables students to become change makers.



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