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Auburn Resident Wins National Concept-to-Consumer, Merchandising Contest

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AUBURN – If there was ever any doubt that Rose Leger’s future was in fashion, it was cleared up when she joined a friend on a college tour. As her friend interviewed with a recruiter about the school and her desire to major in social work, Leger’s mind was elsewhere. […]

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Thanks to $450,000 Transition Grant, QCC Can Help More Students Focus on Their Future

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WORCESTER & SOUTHBRIDGE— The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has awarded Quinsigamond Community College’s Future Focus program an Adult Education Transition to Community College Grant. The $450,000 grant is divided into three yearly allotments of $150,000 and is the maximum amount awarded. QCC’s Future Focus program is designed specifically for adult […]

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Quinsigamond Community College Respond’s to Health Crisis with Free Courses for Businesses

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WORCESTER, MA— May 14, 2020 — Quinsigamond Community College’s Center for Workforce Development and Continuing Education recognizes the tumultuous workplace environment businesses now find themselves in, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. QCC has taken the unusual approach of offering free online learning opportunities and resources, designed to address the needs […]

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Southbridge resident, WSU student Laurie Schlatter selected for 16th annual ArtsWorcester College Show

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Schlatter is among 14 WSU student artists accepted to be featured in prestigious exhibition, competition WORCESTER, MA – Worcester State University’s Visual and Performing Arts Department has announced that WSU student Laurie Schlatter, a resident of Southbridge, MA, has been selected for participation in the 16th annual ArtsWorcester College Show, […]

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Quinsigamond Community College Garners Workforce Success Grant

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WORCESTER =– Quinsigamond Community College was awarded a $249,527  grant in the first round of Senator Kenneth J. Donnelly Workforce Success Grants. QCC was one of only four community colleges to receive grant funding for training that will assist unemployed or underemployed people in filling in-demand jobs within the Commonwealth. […]