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Where do you hang your diploma?

NASC/MCLA alumni, where do you hang your diploma? If you haven't hung it yet, let this be motivation for you: you could win a free stay at the Porches for your next visit to MCLA! We want to show our recent graduates how far their MCLA degree can take them—and we want your help! Tag MCLA's account on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook and use #CongratsMCLA2017 to show our newest graduating class where your diploma hangs—and where it's taken you in your career. Please remember to share what you majored in and your current job title.

The winner, to be announced during a drawing after Commencement, will receive a gift certificate of $250 to The Porches Inn in North Adams. We can't wait to see what you post!

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This year's keynote speaker will be U.S. Rep. John Lewis (D-Georgia), a leader of the Civil Rights Movement who, as chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), was one of the “Big Six” leaders of groups to organize the 1963 March on Washington. Lewis received an honorary Doctor of Public Service. + View ceremony

2015 ALUMNI ASSOCIATION AWARDS
 

Featured Alumni Stories

Darrell Colvin '15 - MBA Paid For Itself In Less Than A Year

Darrell Colvin '15 wanted to earn his Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree to benefit his career trajectory. "I had reached a plateau," he said. He decided upon MCLA, which allows students to earn the graduate degree in less than two years. That turned out to be an excellent decision. + Read More

Kaitlin Hallet '10 - Shifting Career Gears

Kaitlin Hallet '10 decided to major in English and education. But after she graduated from MCLA, she decided to do something different, and used her English and teaching skills to transition into a career in finance. Today, she's a program manager at Fidelity Investments in Boston, Mass. + Read More 

  

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