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Trustee Resources

on Tue, 08/28/2012 - 13:34

Please click on the names below to visit these national community college organizations:

American Association of Community Colleges

Community College Times 

Association of Community College Trustees

Academic & Certificate Programs for Credit

on Fri, 08/24/2012 - 16:23

*This list may not be exhaustive. For the most comprehensive and up to date information please contact the college you wish to attend directly*

Credit Courses Key

Associate of Science AS
Associate of Arts AA
Credit Certificate C

 

  BCC BRCC BHCC CCCC GCC HCC MBCC MSCC MXCC MWCC NECC NSCC QCC RCC STCC
Administrative Office Management                              
Administrative Assistant   AS/C                   AS      
Administrative Information Technology                           AS  
Administrative Medical Assistant   C         C                
Administrative Professional Studies    

Mass*Net Non-Credit Training Courses

on Fri, 08/24/2012 - 16:14

*This list may not be exhaustive. For the most comprehensive and up to date information please contact the college you wish to attend directly*

  BCC BRCC BHCC CCCC GCC HCC MBCC MSCC MXCC MWCC NECC NSCC QCC RCC STCC
Administrative Office Management                              
Administrative Assistant                  X       X    
Administrative Medical Assistant X X       X     X       X    
HR Administrator  X       X       X   X        
Paralegal X X       X   X              
  BCC BRCC BHCC CCCC GCC HCC MBCC MSCC MXCC MWCC NECC NSCC QCC RCC STCC
Allied Health & Nursing                  

About Community College Leadership Academy

on Tue, 08/14/2012 - 20:04


The Massachusetts Community College Leadership Academy (CCLA) provides an avenue through which community colleges can prepare their future leaders while supporting existing talent. Targeting a select group of community college personnel identified as having potential for senior leadership positions, the Academy will offer these Fellows a rigorous and supportive opportunity for leadership development and networking.

The Academy is sponsored by the community colleges in Massachusetts under the general supervision of the Presidents’ Council and Community College Executive Office (MCCEO). The

Mass Colleges Online

on Fri, 07/27/2012 - 19:48

Massachusetts Colleges Online (MCO) is a consortium of Massachusetts Community Colleges and the State Universities of Massachusetts. The institutions have joined to share their convenient and flexible online courses and programs with students throughout the state and internationally as well. Explore the site and learn how Mass Colleges Online can help you begin or continue your higher education, improve your job skills, and expand your career opportunities.
Wherever you want to go, MCO can help you get there. Wherever you're going in life, MCO can help you get there faster.

Technical High Schools Transfer Agreements

on Fri, 07/27/2012 - 01:18

Photo Courtesy of Massasoit Community College

The first Statewide Articulation Agreement in the academic discipline of Drafting was established and approved in the fall of 2011. Now, the 15 Massachusetts Community Colleges and Chapter 74 approved Secondary Career/Vocational Technical High Schools across the Commonwealth, working as part of a statewide articulation taskforce have established agreements in 13 additional fields bringing the grand total to 14 agreements.

DraftingHospitality Management
Manufacturing/EngineeringBusiness Technology
Culinary ArtsHealth Assisting (CNA)
TransportationMedical Assisting
Arts & CommunicationCarpentry
Information TechnologyHVAC
Early Childhood EducationMachine Tool Technology
2014 Articulation Crosswalks 

Following the path of the creation of the Drafting agreement, a Statewide Articulation Taskforce comprised of; faculty and administration from the community colleges, Chapter 74 approved Secondary Career/Vocational Technical High Schools, the Massachusetts Community Colleges Executive Office (MCCEO), the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, and the Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrators (MAVA) was formed. In a uniform and consistent way, this collaboration allows for Chapter 74 Vocational High School students to enroll at any community college and be awarded credits for work completed at the vocational high school level. It also supports a seamless continuum of education for students while streamlining the agreement process. For more information on Chapter 74 approved Secondary/Career Vocational Technical High Schools, please click here.

To contact us with inquiries regarding Statewide Articulation Agreements, please email us at info@masscc.org.

MCCWDTA

on Fri, 07/27/2012 - 01:18

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